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PostSubject: Pipes & Tobacco   Pipes & Tobacco EmptyMon Jun 28, 2010 9:13 pm

Gardesana H.I.S. Half-Bent Billiard
Gardesana H.I.S. Straight Dublin
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PostSubject: Re: Pipes & Tobacco   Pipes & Tobacco EmptyMon Jun 28, 2010 9:28 pm

Very nice!
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PostSubject: Re: Pipes & Tobacco   Pipes & Tobacco EmptyTue Jun 29, 2010 1:35 am

Good show, Dave!
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PostSubject: Re: Pipes & Tobacco   Pipes & Tobacco EmptyTue Jun 29, 2010 9:00 am

Cool!
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Age : 31
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PostSubject: Re: Pipes & Tobacco   Pipes & Tobacco EmptyTue Jun 29, 2010 12:12 pm

Thanks guys. Now all I have to do is start to get some of those aromatics finished so I can start to replace my collection with some non-aromatics, such as Mac Baren Navy Flake. On a side note, how does everyone smoke their flake tobaccos? Have you found the fold and fill method is the best, or do you rub it out and fill it using the three step method, or possibly the air pocket method?
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PostSubject: Re: Pipes & Tobacco   Pipes & Tobacco EmptyTue Jun 29, 2010 12:15 pm

Great stuff! cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Pipes & Tobacco   Pipes & Tobacco EmptyTue Jun 29, 2010 2:44 pm

Dmoore13 wrote:
Thanks guys. Now all I have to do is start to get some of those aromatics finished so I can start to replace my collection with some non-aromatics, such as Mac Baren Navy Flake. On a side note, how does everyone smoke their flake tobaccos? Have you found the fold and fill method is the best, or do you rub it out and fill it using the three step method, or possibly the air pocket method?

Since you Mentioned MacBaren..... go to their website, there are links to Youtube vids where they demonstrate roll and fold method.
It really depends on the flake you smoke and what pipe you smoke it in. For FVF for example smokes better and the flavor fuller when it is rolled. There is no right or wrong way, rubbing it out is fine too. You need to have fun and experiment a bit.
MacBaren VA no.1 is good flake.
Petersons UNIVERSITY flake
Orlik Golden Sliced
SG full virginia Flake
McClelland 2010
SG Navy flake ....... and the list goes on.
A fair warning though, MacBaren baccy has quite a bite to it when it is young..... smoke it slowly and enjoy. Golden Extra is a burley flake by MacB which is just as good, the same quality of bite applies here as well!

Enjoy and don't be afraid to ask!

Enjoy the pipe Bother......
Piet cheers cheers
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Age : 31
Location : Kent, Ohio
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PostSubject: Flake Cuts   Pipes & Tobacco EmptyWed Jul 07, 2010 12:03 pm

Piet Binsbergen wrote:
Dmoore13 wrote:
Thanks guys. Now all I have to do is start to get some of those aromatics finished so I can start to replace my collection with some non-aromatics, such as Mac Baren Navy Flake. On a side note, how does everyone smoke their flake tobaccos? Have you found the fold and fill method is the best, or do you rub it out and fill it using the three step method, or possibly the air pocket method?

Since you Mentioned MacBaren..... go to their website, there are links to Youtube vids where they demonstrate roll and fold method.
It really depends on the flake you smoke and what pipe you smoke it in. For FVF for example smokes better and the flavor fuller when it is rolled. There is no right or wrong way, rubbing it out is fine too. You need to have fun and experiment a bit.
MacBaren VA no.1 is good flake.
Petersons UNIVERSITY flake
Orlik Golden Sliced
SG full virginia Flake
McClelland 2010
SG Navy flake ....... and the list goes on.
A fair warning though, MacBaren baccy has quite a bite to it when it is young..... smoke it slowly and enjoy. Golden Extra is a burley flake by MacB which is just as good, the same quality of bite applies here as well!

Enjoy and don't be afraid to ask!

Enjoy the pipe Bother......
Piet cheers cheers

So far I've been doing the fold and fill method and I have to say, as of now flake cut is by far my favorite. It burns fantastically and also burns cooler which helps when I smoke it in my billiard that has thinner bowl walls. I wish that The Pipe Rack (my local tobacconist) was able to take their hand blends and press them into flakes instead of the ribbon cut that they use. Also, I'm in the process of trying the roll and fill method as well as rubbing it out. I haven't tried these yet just because I'm enjoying the fold method too much as of now. Thanks for the advice.
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hobie1dog

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Age : 63
Registration date : 2010-06-21

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PostSubject: Re: Pipes & Tobacco   Pipes & Tobacco EmptyWed Jul 07, 2010 12:27 pm

Piet Binsbergen wrote:

A fair warning though, MacBaren baccy has quite a bite to it when it is young..... smoke it slowly and enjoy. Golden Extra is a burley flake by MacB which is just as good, the same quality of bite applies here as well!

Piet cheers cheers


some of it bites like a Pit Viper. What a Face affraid
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PostSubject: Re: Pipes & Tobacco   Pipes & Tobacco EmptyWed Jul 07, 2010 1:01 pm

So far I've been doing the fold and fill method and I have to say, as of now flake cut is by far my favorite. It burns fantastically and also burns cooler which helps when I smoke it in my billiard that has thinner bowl walls. I wish that The Pipe Rack (my local tobacconist) was able to take their hand blends and press them into flakes instead of the ribbon cut that they use. Also, I'm in the process of trying the roll and fill method as well as rubbing it out. I haven't tried these yet just because I'm enjoying the fold method too much as of now. Thanks for the advice.

I only recently started roll and stuff. It really kicks ass, you just need to find thin cut flakes that are not to dry to make it work.
Our local blender deserves a smack for selling ribbon Va and not pressing it, so here too We have that same problem!

Enjoy
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PostSubject: Re: Pipes & Tobacco   Pipes & Tobacco EmptyWed Jul 07, 2010 1:02 pm

hobie1dog wrote:
Piet Binsbergen wrote:

A fair warning though, MacBaren baccy has quite a bite to it when it is young..... smoke it slowly and enjoy. Golden Extra is a burley flake by MacB which is just as good, the same quality of bite applies here as well!

Piet cheers cheers


some of it bites like a Pit Viper. What a Face affraid

Hobie, you said it brother....... here it bites like black Mamba!! Laughing
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