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Christmas Pipe Tobacco

Last post 10-05-2011, 2:48 PM by J.S.. 24 replies.
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  • Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-26-2011, 10:22 PM

    Anyone here have any Christmas or Holiday Blend pipe tobacco they might want to trade for cigars?

    Looking for sealed tins of:
    McClelland Holiday Spirit any year
    McClelland Christmas Cheer any year
    Peterson Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
    Peterson Christmas Blend
    Samuel Gawith Christmas Blend
  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-26-2011, 11:04 PM

    Can't say I have any, but as I am a pipe smoker as well, I frequent a shop in Estes Park that hand blends stuff. Next time I'm in is there anything I can keep my eye out that you typically enjoy?? I'd be happy to pick something up for you if you give me a heads up -- Jarman
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  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-27-2011, 12:29 AM

    I was thinking about picking up a pipe or two. Worth it?
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  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-27-2011, 12:39 AM

    I really enjoy my pipe in the fall and winter. You aren't committing to an hour or more to smoke. The aroma and flavors are great IMO. I love the aromatics. I have some samples of non aromatics and boy do they smell smokey, woody, and leathery. Almost scared to try them. MY favorites are anything that is Holiday or Christmas Blend. They usually have an incredible flavor.
  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-27-2011, 12:44 AM

    jsnake:
    I really enjoy my pipe in the fall and winter. You aren't committing to an hour or more to smoke. The aroma and flavors are great IMO. I love the aromatics. I have some samples of non aromatics and boy do they smell smokey, woody, and leathery. Almost scared to try them. MY favorites are anything that is Holiday or Christmas Blend. They usually have an incredible flavor.
    I saw some affordable pipes over at JR thats what got me thinking. Well hmmmm! Thanks for the info Jake.
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  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-27-2011, 12:47 AM

    Hard to say since it really is a personal taste thing. I will say this however, I quite cigarettes a while ago after 6 years of 2 packs a day. Constantly got complaints about the smell nasty looks in public etc etc, and really got tired of the smell myself and the nasty ash taste that was always left on your palate. Not nearly as bad but still similar results with cigars (in terms of constantly getting nagged at for the smell/"dirty" habit). Not ONE complaint EVER from any person about smell, or anything whenever I smoke a pipe... and I live just outside of Boulder, CO one of the most liberal and self-acclaimed "healthy" cities in the USA. The smoke is much lighter than a cigar, but generally much cooler and a little smoother. Surely is sweeter so long as you aren't always smoking infused cigars. I still get copious amounts of smoke from the pipe. The tobacco is far cheaper (I usually spend about 6-8 bucks for a 2 oz bag). Depending on the size of the pipe the smoke time is normally around 10-15 min. IMO there is no substitution for a killer stick, but I enjoy it regardless. Normally have one in the car on the way to work, one on my break around 1 pm, and a final smoke on the way home from work. But it still doesn't compare to a fine torpedo on the back porch watching the sunset on a great Colorado Fall night. Just my 2 cents -- Jarman
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  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-27-2011, 12:51 AM

    A corncob pipe is a good way to start. They are cheap so if it isn't your thing you haven't invested a bunch of cash. I only have a corncob pipe for now and it is great.
  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-27-2011, 11:04 PM

    bump it
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  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-29-2011, 5:55 PM

    Next time you guys pop into your local if you wouldn't mind checking for those tins I listed in the first post I would appreciate it. I could send money or we could work out a cigar trade.
  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-29-2011, 7:22 PM

    415
    i have to walk by the pipes and tobacco to get to my locker at the b&m. never botherd to slow down and look at anything. ill take a look this weekend.
  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-29-2011, 8:29 PM

    415:
    i have to walk by the pipes and tobacco to get to my locker at the b&m. never botherd to slow down and look at anything. ill take a look this weekend.
    Appreciate it buddy.
  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-29-2011, 10:47 PM

    I have some McClellands christmas cheer but tin is opened..I could send ya some

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  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-30-2011, 2:33 AM

    I can find the Christmas but I appreciate the offer.
  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     09-30-2011, 10:49 AM

    PM sent.
  • Re: Christmas Pipe Tobacco

     10-05-2011, 12:24 AM

    415
    no luck at the local b&m
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