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Zeno Marx

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PostSubject: Re: D&R blends for RYO   Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:16 pm

here are both Pipe Magazine podcast Mark Ryan interviews in mp3 form. 114mb total. in case anyone was having trouble locating or listening to them.

https://www.sendspace.com/file/iz6px5
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PostSubject: Re: D&R blends for RYO   Mon Jul 17, 2017 7:37 pm

I checked out #57 podcast.

Very interesting and informative. Gotta give kudos to Mark Ryan for being instrumental in keeping true St. James Perique alive in the time honoured tradition.

Looks like he's also been altruistic with respect to the folks who work for him. That speaks volumes about his character!

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PostSubject: Re: D&R blends for RYO   Sun Jul 23, 2017 11:56 am

Do you think Stokkebye Turkish Export is topped with anything? It's incredibly sweet on the lips. So sweet that I'm curious what larger sized chunks of leaf would taste like in a chew. It's like candy sweet.
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PostSubject: Re: D&R blends for RYO   Sun Jul 23, 2017 12:10 pm

Brewdude wrote:
I checked out #57 podcast.

Very interesting and informative. Gotta give kudos to Mark Ryan for being instrumental in keeping true St. James Perique alive in the time honoured tradition.

Looks like he's also been altruistic with respect to the folks who work for him. That speaks volumes about his character!

Cool


Cheers,

RR

I know Mark very well. He's very good to his workers and friends. One of the best people I know in the tobacco business.
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PostSubject: Re: D&R blends for RYO   Sun Jul 23, 2017 7:11 pm

Zeno Marx wrote:
Do you think Stokkebye Turkish Export is topped with anything?  It's incredibly sweet on the lips.  So sweet that I'm curious what larger sized chunks of leaf would taste like in a chew.  It's like candy sweet.  

Where would one find that blend? My usual haunts are coming up dry....
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PostSubject: Re: D&R blends for RYO   Sun Jul 23, 2017 7:33 pm

Ozark Wizard wrote:
Zeno Marx wrote:
Do you think Stokkebye Turkish Export is topped with anything?  It's incredibly sweet on the lips.  So sweet that I'm curious what larger sized chunks of leaf would taste like in a chew.  It's like candy sweet.  
Where would one find that blend? My usual haunts are coming up dry....
aka Turkish 84. This was part of my Pipes & Cigars most recent debacle. Smoking Pipes only has the Norwegian blend. Not Turkish, Danish, or Amsterdam.
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PostSubject: Re: D&R blends for RYO   Sun Jul 23, 2017 8:32 pm

Zeno Marx wrote:
Ozark Wizard wrote:
Zeno Marx wrote:
Do you think Stokkebye Turkish Export is topped with anything?  It's incredibly sweet on the lips.  So sweet that I'm curious what larger sized chunks of leaf would taste like in a chew.  It's like candy sweet.  
Where would one find that blend? My usual haunts are coming up dry....
aka Turkish 84.  This was part of my Pipes & Cigars most recent debacle.  Smoking Pipes only has the Norwegian blend.  Not Turkish, Danish, or Amsterdam.

Gracias! Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: D&R blends for RYO   Sun Jul 23, 2017 10:54 pm

I have been smoking five of his tobaccos as of late, Three Sails, Two Timer, Cockstrong, Rimboche AB and Rimboche SJ. Fantastic tobacco. As of late, I have been married to Three Sails because the shag cut makes for a quick, rich & flavorful Virginia smoke that's bright, spicy and sweet. His Vapers are really good as well. Two Timer is one of the better straight burleys that I have come across. It's high quality and completely natural tasting. The double toasting process that Two Timer goes through creates a a sweeter smoke and a few nuances that any burley fan will likely appreciate.

This is a good interview with Mark Ryan. A little noisy but worth listening to.



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PostSubject: Re: D&R blends for RYO   Mon Jul 24, 2017 12:13 pm

Great interview with "Mr. Perique!!" I first met Mark years ago when I joined "TAPS" in Raleigh, NC. He was just a friendly, conversational guy. I had no idea who he "was" the first few times we talked; he's extremely unpresumptuous! One of the "good guys!! cheers FTRPLT
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PostSubject: Re: D&R blends for RYO   Mon Jul 24, 2017 1:31 pm

Thanks for that Chicago youtube interview. Great stuff. So much knowledge.

I was wondering about this idea of Three Sails being in a British style. Does that imply it is akin to something like Old Holborn?
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