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eklektos44

eklektos44

Age : 62
Location : Virginia
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PostSubject: Happy (Brown) Bogie and MM cob.   Fri May 29, 2015 11:54 am

Smoked this tobacco a few times now, and I got a MM cob from my local tobacco store, while making a run for cigarettes for the store, to smoke it in. The cob was in a basket for $2.99. It's a Mark Twain I think. It's not labeled but has a MM tag on the bottom. It's my first time smoking a cob. I'm quite pleased with both the cob and the tobacco. Happy Bogie is a full flavored smoke but not as strong as I expected. It's quite smooth while smoking fairly dry, at least in a cob. It's kinda nutty but not sweet, and has a very nice round feel in the mouth. There's a little black currant note for me at least. Also a bit of a woodsy flavor. I like this tobacco quite a bit and will put it into my regular tobacco selection. Very Happy
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juanmedusa

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Age : 37
Location : Falls Church, Virginia
Registration date : 2013-07-06

PostSubject: Re: Happy (Brown) Bogie and MM cob.   Fri May 29, 2015 12:36 pm

I have a bit of that bogie I got from a b&m. I had to rehydrate it then I jarred it. Never smoked any. I do like the SG and gh&co. brown ropes in the larger gauge. Enjoy it. I'd crack that jar and try it as this post is a good reminder but I have too much open tobacco. Oh well, quality problem right there.

Ps, is that Peter Cushing in your new avatar?
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Briar Spirit

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PostSubject: Re: Happy (Brown) Bogie and MM cob.   Fri May 29, 2015 1:11 pm

Happy Bogie is one of my absolute favourite smokes, get yourself a nice deep chambered pipe, fill her up and settle down too a good long smoke, careful though as she'll creep up on ya after a while. Happy Bogie doesn't seem all that of a thing for a short smoke but it has a very satisfying accumulative effect in a deeper bowl, glad you're enjoying it so well. sunny
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Stick

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PostSubject: Re: Happy (Brown) Bogie and MM cob.   Fri May 29, 2015 1:24 pm

Hey Kirk, knowing you're a big happy bogie fan I thought this thread would prompt a post from you! Maybe one for me to try if Lady N doesn't send me into a tail spin?!
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DrT999

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Age : 60
Location : Piedmont of North Carolina
Registration date : 2011-08-31

PostSubject: Re: Happy (Brown) Bogie and MM cob.   Fri May 29, 2015 1:50 pm

eklektos44 wrote:
Smoked this tobacco a few times now, and I got a MM cob from my local tobacco store, while making a run for cigarettes for the store, to smoke it in. The cob was in a basket for $2.99. It's a Mark Twain I think. It's not labeled but has a MM tag on the bottom. It's my first time smoking a cob. I'm quite pleased with both the cob and the tobacco. Happy Bogie is a full flavored smoke but not as strong as I expected. It's quite smooth while smoking fairly dry, at least in a cob. It's kinda nutty but not sweet, and has a very nice round feel in the mouth. There's a little black currant note for me at least. Also a bit of a woodsy flavor. I like this tobacco quite a bit and will put it into my regular tobacco selection. Very Happy

Smoke it in an MM country gentleman and see if you think the same about the Lady N. I do find it tasty, however!
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eklektos44

eklektos44

Age : 62
Location : Virginia
Registration date : 2015-04-10

PostSubject: Re: Happy (Brown) Bogie and MM cob.   Fri May 29, 2015 8:34 pm

DrT999 wrote:
eklektos44 wrote:
Smoked this tobacco a few times now, and I got a MM cob from my local tobacco store, while making a run for cigarettes for the store, to smoke it in. The cob was in a basket for $2.99. It's a Mark Twain I think. It's not labeled but has a MM tag on the bottom. It's my first time smoking a cob. I'm quite pleased with both the cob and the tobacco. Happy Bogie is a full flavored smoke but not as strong as I expected. It's quite smooth while smoking fairly dry, at least in a cob. It's kinda nutty but not sweet, and has a very nice round feel in the mouth. There's a little black currant note for me at least. Also a bit of a woodsy flavor. I like this tobacco quite a bit and will put it into my regular tobacco selection. Very Happy

Smoke it in an MM country gentleman and see if you think the same about the Lady N.  I do find it tasty, however!

Actually once I started smoking it my wife didn't mind the aroma. I'll take your suggestion and get a MM CG next time I order from P&C.
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