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ChiefBull

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Age : 73
Location : Fall River, MA
Registration date : 2013-12-02

PostSubject: 2 Day   Wed Jan 08, 2014 10:16 pm

Am undergoing a bit of a metamorphosis, changing tastes?!
Tried today at 'FireHouse' [smoke shop] a bowl of McClelland's 'Dark English'. For decades have smoked as a standard CubeCut Burley, kinda' 'meat and potatoes' thing. Have smoked English blends and have found despite the initial heavy nose before lighting that they all inevitably seem to smoke smooth from first fire to the end. The CCBs while I liked them always seemed to be a bit of a bite initially, then velvet smooth at the half way mark.
Am I wrong here?
The 'Dark English' seems to be 'Red Cake Virginia' [ earthy background] with a load of Black Stoved Virginia [for the sweet] with some kind of Macedonian? or oriental Latakia for the full smoke bouquet. It's not very pronounced, but very pleasant and full. Giving the reader here my impression [my language]
Thinking of adding another humidor to the secretary cabinet. Some one want to take this on and educate me a bit here would most appreciate it?!

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Anchor'sAweigh/SemperfFi
ChiefBull-the Hardcastle guy

PS Just who the hellzbellllz is James Norman and why are his Pipes so nice?
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Cartaphilus

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Age : 63
Location : East Texas
Registration date : 2011-12-15

PostSubject: Re: 2 Day   Wed Jan 08, 2014 11:43 pm

ChiefBull wrote:

PS Just who the hellzbellllz is James Norman and why are his Pipes so nice?

He's an importer of tobacco pipes and I believe cigars.
You might also want to read this, seems he's not always on the up and up.

http://www.brothersofbriar.com/t1785-pulver-s-pipes-the-james-norman-saga
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