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Re: I guess I'm a collector now

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  • Phil Anderson
    ... I started out with aromatics, left them and never looked back! There s a whole lot of blends out here. TobaccoReviews.com helped me enormously and saves me
    Message 1 of 7 , Jun 1, 2005
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      --- In pipesmokers2@yahoogroups.com, "charlesglotfelty" <cglot@w...>
      wrote:
      > I was told that if I owned
      > one pipe I was a smoker ,
      > but if I had two or I was A
      > collector . I am up to four
      > pipes now. I just picked up
      > a Ardor fantacy and I have
      > a Dunhill now with a
      > cumberland stem , a
      > Petterson , And my favorite
      > of all a Jan Zeman . I have
      > also tried a few new
      > tobaccos, I just started a
      > tin of Penzance ,which I
      > like but have only had two
      > bowles so far, I smoke Night
      > Cap and RY and light flake
      > also some older virginia &
      > oriental Mac Clelland #8 . I
      > don't know why but I haven't
      > touch my aromatics in a
      > while. Don't know if I will
      > go back either . There is a
      > big world of tobacco out
      > there.

      I started out with aromatics, left them and never looked back! There's
      a whole lot of blends out here. TobaccoReviews.com helped me
      enormously and saves me a lot of money on 'false starts', so far it's
      been right on for me. Funny how a tobacco blend can taste like crap in
      one pipe and great in another, I don't give up on a blend until I've
      smoked an ounce or two...(Damn, sound's like Cheech and Chong!)

      Phil
    • meerorbriar
      I haven t had a bad smoke in my Matzhold, so picking a tobacco to go with it can be difficult - I feel your pain. Actually, that is a lot to bear, why don t
      Message 2 of 7 , Jun 1, 2005
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        I haven't had a bad smoke in my Matzhold, so picking a tobacco to go
        with it can be difficult - I feel your pain. Actually, that is a
        lot to bear, why don't you just send that pipe to me so you won't be
        faced with such a burden any longer :-)

        Happy puffin'
        Meer

        --- In pipesmokers2@yahoogroups.com, "charlesglotfelty" <cglot@w...>
        wrote:
        > --- In
        > pipesmokers2@yahoogroups.com,
        > Jeffery Suter
        > <jeffery777@y...> wrote:
        > > Welcome to a bigger (and
        > better) world Charles!
        > >
        > > While I enjoy a bowl of
        > certain aromatics every once
        > > in a while, you simply
        > can't beat a quality tobacco
        > > product without a ton of
        > flavoring added (not to
        > > mention moisture chemicals
        > adn what not).
        > >
        > > Enjoy!
        > >
        > > Best-
        > > Jeff
        > > http://ripplingbrook.com
        > >
        > > --- charlesglotfelty
        > <cglot@w...> wrote:
        > >
        > > > I was told that if I
        > owned
        > > > one pipe I was a
        > smoker ,
        > > > but if I had two or I
        > was A
        > > > collector . I am up to
        > four
        > > > pipes now. I just picked
        > up
        > > > a Ardor fantacy and I
        > have
        > > > a Dunhill now with a
        > > > cumberland stem , a
        > > > Petterson , And my
        > favorite
        > > > of all a Jan Zeman . I
        > have
        > > > also tried a few new
        > > > tobaccos, I just started
        > a
        > > > tin of Penzance ,which I
        > > > like but have only had
        > two
        > > > bowles so far, I smoke
        > Night
        > > > Cap and RY and light
        > flake
        > > > also some older virginia
        > &
        > > > oriental Mac Clelland
        > #8 . I
        > > > don't know why but I
        > haven't
        > > > touch my aromatics in a
        > > > while. Don't know if I
        > will
        > > > go back either . There
        > is a
        > > > big world of tobacco out
        > > > there.
        > > >
        > > >
        > > >
        > > >
        > > >I forgot to mention I
        > just picked up a used
        > Matzhold and can't wait to
        > try it . Now the big
        > desision is what to pack it
        > with first.
      • Jud Cole
        Yup, once you get to the good stuff it s hard to go back to aromatics. Jud
        Message 3 of 7 , Jun 3, 2005
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          Yup, once you get to the good stuff it's hard to go back to aromatics.
          Jud
          --- In pipesmokers2@yahoogroups.com, "charlesglotfelty" <cglot@w...>
          wrote:
          > I was told that if I owned
          > one pipe I was a smoker ,
          > but if I had two or I was A
          > collector . I am up to four
          > pipes now. I just picked up
          > a Ardor fantacy and I have
          > a Dunhill now with a
          > cumberland stem , a
          > Petterson , And my favorite
          > of all a Jan Zeman . I have
          > also tried a few new
          > tobaccos, I just started a
          > tin of Penzance ,which I
          > like but have only had two
          > bowles so far, I smoke Night
          > Cap and RY and light flake
          > also some older virginia &
          > oriental Mac Clelland #8 . I
          > don't know why but I haven't
          > touch my aromatics in a
          > while. Don't know if I will
          > go back either . There is a
          > big world of tobacco out
          > there.
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