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Since there is a What are you Drinking thread already here's the Tobacco Alternative! Welcome to "The Smoking Lounge!" :euro: Gents and Ladies details are fully welcome too! This is the topic to discuss all of our smoking pleasures and burning desires we fulfill! ;)

I've just smoked a Comacho Havana Monarca a fine full bodied cigar that is classified as a Honduran Puro! The wrapper is Criollo Leaf from Jamastran and the innards are Honduran Corojo! It kept a good bit of ash and the taste was Earthy and Delicious! I had also cristened my new Carafe and had some Carafe d'eau with it! Poured into my Louisiana Sportsman Tumbler! :thumbup:

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Smoking McClelland's Grand Orientals Classic Samsun (our favorite tobacco) out of our sandblasted, medium-sized, tapered, briar Roma churchwarden (our favorite, and only, pipe at present).

Edited by Alfred Jarry

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Smoking some Koiki Kizami from our new Kiseru pipe.

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A very nice (albeit short) light smoke. This may eclipse McClelland's Classic Samsun as our top-spot tobacco. :thumbup:

Edited by Alfred Jarry

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More Koiki Kizami from our Kiseru. Light, but rich, and tasting mostly of tea leaves. Three to four puffs per bowl is perfect for a light smoker such as ourselves. It's officially replaced all other types of tobacco that we've ever tried. :thumbup:

Edited by Alfred Jarry

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Pinar Del Rio Oscuro Liga Cubana No.2. A fine cigar and definately one of my go to's from the fine folks of Don Leoncio Cigars! :thumbup:

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Romeo y Julieta Habana Reserve Corona with a side of Kona coffee and cream. :headbang: (Note: Previous kiseru post officially refers only to pipe tobaccos that we've tried :biggrin: ). Cigars and coffee are two things that we can never come to completely replace or surpass.

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Cigars and coffee are two things that we can never come to completely replace or surpass.

 

I'll drink to that, here,here! :cheers:

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It's Latakia flavor all day long with our new tin of Dunhill Nightcap! :thumbup:

This is the best pipe tobacco we've ever tried. It's officially our new number one! (And we truly mean it this time... unless, of course, we find a more flavorful type of tobacco sometime soon). :biggrin:

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Kona coffee with cream, and a Java Latte cigar. Sitting to ourselves: watching this part of the planet start to face the sun.

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Too cold for a long smoke, outside, tonight. And so... more koiki kizami from our kiseru! :thumbup: We have a feeling that this pipe will be quite worn-out by the end of this winter. :biggrin:

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I have some Old Toby and Longbottom Leaf for my Pipe. I ocassionally have a bowl from time to time. I am not a smoker, but the pioe is fun.

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A Rocky Patel 15th Anniversary Cigar, after two cups of Italian roast coffee. A damn good way to start the morning! :thumbup:

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I used to smoke hookah and cigars until I found out I have asthma this past Fall. Unfortunately for my smoking habit (but fortunately for my lungs), running has become more important to me than trying to keep up with hookah/cigars while treating asthma. The dilemma is what to do with all of my suppies and accoutrements. I have two hookas and a ton of shisha/coals and a bunch of cigars, although since I've not been tending to them well, they may be dried out at this point. Ugh. I hate wasting stuff.

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