DGT requires some luck and the right combo of events, I'd say . Just today, I had completed my property maintenance tasks, then did my daily three miles and then filled a Sav 824 KS with 4-year-old Stokkebye Lux bulls eye flake, lit her up and settled down on the deck to admire my labors on a perfect summer day. Less than halfway through the bowl, my missus appeared and announced that we were going to pick up some take-out meals and head to our daughter's house to admire our new grandbaby for a few wonderful hours between his feedings and naps. Four hours later we returned home, and I relit the pipe -- it was a bit more mellow, smoother, still sweet, but not as sharp. The right combo was -- a pipe perfectly suited to Virginias, a quality tobak, the pipe hadn't been smoked deeply into the bowl, and I'd run a pipe cleaner through the stem before parking it. One key, I'd say -- No matter Whar Holme's habit might have been, don't smoke the pipe nearly into the dottle and then relight it, hoping for a nice surprise.