¡Hola mis amigos!
Just in time for the completion of my eighth exam in as many weeks (never voluntarily take 6 summer classes) I received a new pipe and a sample of some fine tobacco. This straight briar is (machine) made by Gardesana in Italy. It’s no Porsche, but it’ll do.
The tobacco sample I got is Molto Dolce from Sutliff Private Stock. It is their aromatic, but it is not an overly sweet tobacco. I definitely got a light caramel flavor upon my first inhalation and if you’re into smooth aromatics, I would recommend this particular tobacco. If you want to try some free tobacco, fill out this order form. I ordered mine late April/early May, so it will likely take a couple of months to get it.
Anyway, back to the books…
~Smoke in peace~
Seems like this has slowed down a little bit, and I’m sorry to see that. Do we have any exchanges in progress right now? Any followers interested in getting involved in the exchange? Let’s get this up and going again folks.
Sorry for the silence on here. I went to C2E2 (Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo) and was staying in a hotel with no Internet access. To make up for it, here are a couple of pictures of me with my new Peterson!
To all of the new followers: Welcome!
First a zebra print dress with matching pipe, now a zebra print swimsuit with matching pipe (and another pair of gorgeous corncob pipe earrings!). Lovely. ^_^
"In the 50s designers experimented with strapless low cut backs. Model Pat Parker, from Whittier, Calif., puffs on a Zebra striped pipe that goes with her swimsuit and corncob earrings in New York, July 15, 1954. If women are going to smoke pipes, they’ll do it in style."
-AP Photo/Robert Kradin