Re: [Pipe smokers] Re: Tobacco Question For Members
- Okay, I'm showing the true depths of my
ignorance--what the heck are "Gauloises?" A type of
--- trevertalbert <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> "What is their taste in tobacco?"__________________________________________________
> Actually it depends on how "French" they are... most
> seem to smoke
> American cigs but as you go further out the limb
> toward the more
> stereotypical types, you hit the Gauloises-only
> crowd. I have no
> idea what the French tastes are in pipe tobacco as I
> have yet to
> visit a really dedicated pipe shop here, though the
> various English
> and Danish blends we know seem popular, and also a
> few tins I've
> never seen before.
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- They must have Guiness Stout, or Murphy's. How about Abbot's ale?
Carlsberg Extra Strong is good too.
--- In pipesmokers2@y..., trevertalbert <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> LOL! It may come to that - one day I might find myself trading
> for shipments of decent beer. I keep trying various
> French "artisanal" beers and they are for the most part god-awful.
> The various blond beers are OK to quite good but virtually
> I've tried that was amber has been wretched. Whine whine, I
> --- In pipesmokers2@y..., "denevei" <mesotron@c...> wrote:
> > Hey Trever,
> > If you're looking for my sympathy about having to lower
> > to the wine over there (OK, maybe it's a LITTLE worse than here
> > in NC), then just send me a nice Morta (the one in the picture on
> > your site will do nicely) and I'll box you up a huge package of
> > sympathy.
> > -John
> > --- In pipesmokers2@y..., trevertalbert <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > > OK, my 3 would be -
> > >
> > > Sam Gawith 1792
> > > Dunhill 965
> > > Dan Tobacco's Old Ironsides
> > >
> > > I will now simmer in my own testosterone :)
> > >
> > > It has a lot ot do with my preferences in beer, probably -
> > > tobacs to accompany the various porters and stouts that I
> > This
> > > has been the greatest tragedy about moving to France - the
> > French are
> > > not drinkers of stout beer, though I can get all the Pilsners
> > > wine I could want.
> > > TT