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Canicus61

Canicus61

Age : 58
Location : NJ
Registration date : 2013-10-16

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PostSubject: STM & Three Friars   STM & Three Friars EmptyFri Nov 15, 2013 10:37 am

Well, been a busy week for me and hadn't had time to post - but due to the generosity of drums and beer and Fr. Tom have spent the week enjoying two new (for me) blends - Shortcut to Mushrooms and Three Friars...

Have written on STM before, but the more I smoke it the more I enjoy it - certainly a tribute to the blender's art - a great balance of cavendish and latakia that achieves a unique and satisfying smoke!

Three Friars has turned out to be my favorite 'during the day" smoke - a nutty burley blend with enough virginia and perique to keep things interesting.....it doesn't have an offensive room note (at least that's what I hear from my surroundings) and it has a 'talent' for complimenting a cup of coffee!

These are two great discoveries for me - but even more, have made me so glad I joined this group - hours of informative reading and great fellowship - many thanks to all!

By the way, this has also led to an attack of TAD and PAD and will follow up on that soon...

Best to all...

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AJ

AJ

Age : 71
Location : East of the Rocky Mountains
Registration date : 2012-03-18

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PostSubject: Re: STM & Three Friars   STM & Three Friars EmptyTue Nov 19, 2013 1:02 am

Canicus61 wrote:


By the way, this has also led to an attack of TAD and PAD and will follow up on that soon...
The major consequence of becoming a member of the BoB. Ain't it grand? cheers cheers cheers 

AJ
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