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If you’re a pipe enthusiast, you may have heard of Semois. An article was written about it in the New York Times, and it has only recently been imported into the US. We now have access to it on www.pipesandcigars.com, so I thought that I’d give you a little info about this intriguing tobacco. Semois […]
There are so many ways to cut a cigar, and each one has its advantages. Let’s take a look at the different types of cutters and what they do best. Guillotines- This category includes single guillotines (uncommon today), double guillotines and “butterfly” style cutters. The biggest advantage to these types of cutter is that they […]
We frequently get calls from our customers inquiring as to whether a particular blend has been changed because, to that person, it doesn’t taste right anymore. This may have happened to you, so let’s look at that phenomenon. First of all, sometimes blends do change. The manufacturer may not be able to get the same […]
I am a big fan of flake tobaccos and enjoy the long, cool smoke they provide. The only problem is I over pack the pipe, leading to a troublesome smoke. The bowl will not stay lit and I often get tongue bite from lighting it so much. I stayed away from flakes for a long time after a few […]
We just received a few samples of the new Dunhill Durbar. This was an exciting day because Durbar is one of my favorite tobaccos. I purchased a bunch of tins when I first started smoking a pipe and I am glad I did. I open a tin every once in a while and enjoy it until […]
We’re Talking Tobacco again!
- Info and Review – What the Heck is Semois?
- How Do You Cut?
- It’s a Matter of Taste
- Try this with your flakes
- The new Dunhill Durbar
- The Perfect Pipe
- Aged 5100
- About Vulcanite Stems
- Spectre Cigar Review
- Cigar Review- Man O’ War Puro Authentico
- Time Flies
- For the Beginner – Part 2, Choosing a Tobacco
- For the Beginner- Part 1, Packing, Lighting and Smoking
- Overview- Decatur products
- Some Thoughts About Cigars