Adam S.
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Old German Clay - Retro Briar Sandblasted Brandy
Nice retro pipe
Not what I expected, but I really enjoy it, very thin walled but smokes great and surprisingly cool. Its a little slimmer bowl and an oval shank the width of the bowl, and its more of a long stem lovar. It has a natural rim on the black finish which looks nice, probably buy a few more. Definitely unique and also very lightweight, excellent smoking pipe for the price

Peterson - 3 P's Peterson's Perfect Plug 50g
One of the best plugs left
Most plug tobacco does good to stay together halfway through, this stuff is like chocolate till rubbed out, nice smoke and potency. A pleasant casing without ruining the tobacco

Cornell & Diehl - Espresso
A good condiment
A bit goopy and finer cut than shown, but an excellent flacoring tobacco, not sure about on its own but worth a try

Mac Baren - 7 Seas Royal 3.5oz
Excellent
All of the 7 seas blemds are nice aros, like if Captain black got an upgrade

Sutliff - Aged Maduro Cavendish
Lovely
Definitely a u ique smoke on its owm or great to spice up a cigar or burley blend

Half and Half - Half and Half 1.5oz
Surprisingly good
Really nice for a codger blend, not goopy or overpowering

Cornell & Diehl - Chopped Cigar Leaf
A nice blemder
A little blamd on ita own but excellent with some maduro or espresso cavendish

Peter Stokkebye - PS402 Luxury Twist Flake
My daily smoke
An excellemt stoved flake with a caramel/coconut casing im told. If you like a lighter sweeter smoke this stuff is great without being overwhelming

Peter Stokkebye - PS402 Luxury Twist Flake
My daily go to smoke
This is an absolutely wonderful stoved virginia flake with a very subtle carmalized coconut casing supposedly, its really just a nice natural tasting lightly sweet smelling smoke much like virginia cream but stoved instead. Less grass and citrus and more baked bread and notes of darker virginia. A nice sweet flake without being overly sweet, im not sure if this is considered an aro or not but people usually seem to like it

Low Country - Natural Virginia
Needs some age, but great for the price
This seems like a rather plain virginia at first, slightly dry but once humidified it snokes great and after a few months of aging its softened up and has less of a "fresh/green" flavor and more like a nice mellow virginia. Stoved some and it is excellent for that as well and cheap enough to experiment with, this is a great li ghar t blending tobacco perfect for bringing out a good condiment leaf

G. L. Pease - The Virginia Cream 2oz
Daily favorite
Great in the norning with a cup of coffee. Not a straight virginia but not a straight aro either, I bought a new pipe specifically for this blend after noticing the nore delicate flavors out of a fresh cob. No ghosting, not too sweet, but just right with a black coffee, a good bourbon or a nice brandy even. The cream taste is amazing with coffee or cold brew in the morning or for a sweet nightcap smoke