What Are You Smoking Pages.

Help Support Brothers of Briar:

scottbtdmb

Well-known member
Joined
Feb 19, 2010
Messages
568
Reaction score
111
A rainy Saturday morning here, but still managing to get in a deck pipe. It’s 2004 Gawith Hoggarth Dark Flake unscented in a GBD Conquest Pedigree. Pacific Rim coffee hot from the French press and some good tunes on the Bluetooth speaker. Hope everyone has a great weekend!
D5BADE05-73A9-4AE4-A739-353DE3291048.jpeg
 

Brunello

Well-known member
Joined
Jan 1, 2020
Messages
710
Reaction score
283
Curtis Draper "Sir Francis Drake" in a Yves St. Claude bent brandy. Was looking at some of the forlorn and neglected jars at the bottom of my cabinet and pulled this one out: a full aromatic that smells of sweet nuts and touch of cinnamon - sort of like a Baklava. Years ago we went to D.C. to see the big Fourth of July show and I went into the Curtis Draper tobacco shop. They were big on Peterson system pipes so I bought my first Pete there and a couple of house blends. As for the fireworks show the only thing I remember was a guy down the street who had a van with four 18" subwoofers blasting out the 1812 overture. All that taxpayer money spent on the show and I remember a van with big booming subwoofers!

BoBBorkum.PNG
 

scottbtdmb

Well-known member
Joined
Feb 19, 2010
Messages
568
Reaction score
111
Out on the deck with the space heater this morning smoking Gawith Hoggarth Happy Brown Bogie in a cob with a lucite stem. This is a delicious smoke, but quite fickle! I am experimenting with the preparation and drying time to find what works for me. Anyways, Colombian peaberry coffee from the French press and some good tunes for good measure. Hope everyone enjoys what’s left of the weekend.
1A08858A-EF60-47F5-95D5-CBFA170D789F.jpeg
 

Idlefellow

Well-known member
Joined
Feb 24, 2009
Messages
754
Reaction score
104
Location
Kansas prairie
Cool, cloudy, blustery...it seemed like a Danish morning for some reason. Two of the earliest pipes I own, and seldom smoked any more because I've gravitated to larger pipes. The straight one with the triangular shank is stamped "Navigator", and the curved pipe "Tabago", and both made in Denmark. I don't know anything about either maker. A bit of Captain Black seemed appropriate...

 

scottbtdmb

Well-known member
Joined
Feb 19, 2010
Messages
568
Reaction score
111
Gawith Hoggarth Rum Flake in a Briar Works prince shape. Hot tea in the mug and some Santana on the Bluetooth speaker. Wishing a good evening to all!
35E6BC6A-0AEB-4C43-B51E-9AD7124FDB4B.jpeg
 

Ranger107

Well-known member
Joined
Feb 18, 2019
Messages
1,474
Reaction score
573
Just finished a bowl of DGT'd Urban Cowboy from this morning. Some Malibu rum in tea aside. Just listening to the hum of the cicadas in the quiet night air.
 

Ranger107

Well-known member
Joined
Feb 18, 2019
Messages
1,474
Reaction score
573
Opened a new pouch of CH this am. Loaded up bowl in my big Don Carlos 2 note to have with morning coffee. Lots of birdies on the feeders.
 
Top