|Subject: The Cellar is Shrinking Mon Jan 12, 2009 10:14 am|| |
I find my cellar of tobaccos shrinking. This is mostly because I find myself to be content to simply smoke what I know that I like and give away or discard what I do not.
That pretty much leaves me with Prince Albert, Edgeworth RR, PS Proper English Dunhill blends Nightcap, Aperitif and some Germain's Penzance. Of course, I always keep a big jar of RLP-6 handy.
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|Subject: Re: The Cellar is Shrinking Mon Jan 12, 2009 11:23 am|| |
Same here Bill. I think that's a good thing though. Think of it as streamlined and not shrinking.
Maybe buy a little bit of what you do
like the most everytime you give away some of what you don't care for anymore.
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Location: People's Republic of NJ
Tobacco: I'm a sucker for most samuel gawith blends, kind of new to good tobacco, spent years smoking lane limited blends. also will buy anything with a peterson label on it, and erinmore flake is a new fave.
Pipe: small dublins and billiards, comoy, WDC, a few MM cobs, Longmire Diplomat, two clay taverns, a british buttner, noname oom paul and a huge sterncrest.
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