I just had that with Thierry Mugler recently. What can I say about this? It’s so tacky that it’s good? Miuccia Prada once said “Sometimes we need a little tackiness”. I do mean tacky in a purely kind compliment. I guess my association with gaudiness and Thierry Mugler started in high school when a group of douchey boys from Brooklyn used to wear G-Star Raw jeans, high top sneakers, and puffer jackets. Since then, I never wanted to hear about Mugler’s parfums.


This naturally mild and full-flavoured tobacco needs no aroma-enhancing additives. Aromatic Madagascar vanilla and wild honey complete the full-bodied enjoyment. The addition of wild honey from Tuscany and fragrant Bourbon vanilla give it its pleasant bouquet. This is a subtle, gentle smoke for people who prefer real tobacco flavor.

The ladies like it! They then press it into an old fashioned crumble cake which deepens and marries the flavors!

Dunhill Pipes Alfred Dunhill Pipes are the definitive source of pleasure and status for men of the world, offering high grade luxury pipes, premium tobacco blends, smoking accessories and lighters. Dunhill products are masculine, inventive, glamorous, worldly, effortless and of ultimate quality.

Pleasant This tobacco was good so good, that it reminded me of a time long ago The Year is June was the rainy season for ‘Nam. I had been given some leave time from my base in Saigon and so I went to explore the City, like usual, my buddies didnt get leave, but I hoped to find some more GI’s in some of the local bars. It was unseasonably dry that day. It was nice for once to not deal with dagum water in the shoes.

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A less iconic type of reminder—the humble white clay tobacco pipe—does not have the visual impact of the barns, but is present on virtually all archaeological sites dating from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries. The Maryland Archaeological Conservation Lab has tens of thousands of pipe fragments in its collections. Agriculture was the primary factor shaping the early Maryland Chesapeake, and within that agricultural framework, tobacco was king.

Colonists rushed to establish tobacco plantations, even delaying the construction of durable homes in order to acquire as much land and labor as possible Carson et al. By , the Chesapeake both the Virginia and Maryland colonies exported between 15 and 17 million pounds of tobacco annually Menard Tobacco cultivation affected settlement patterns in the Chesapeake.

Pipe Dating Guide Alfred Dunhill began to manufacture briar smoking pipes in ; the famous white spot first appeared on top of the hand-cut vulcanite mouthpiece in in order that the customer should know which part faced upwards.

The overall quality fit, finish, wood quality etc of Peterson pipes seems to be at an all time high right now. Indeed, it seems that much of this substantial improvement as far as I can tell has taken place over the past six or seven years. What have you, personally or collectively as Peterson, done over the past few years to ensure this? We always strive to produce a quality product which carries our name and therefore gives the smoker the confidence that he will get the best value money can buy whenever he purchases a Peterson.

We have a continuous training programme in the factory with the older more experienced craftsmen passing on their expertise to junior members of the staff. The senior people in the factory would have at least 30 years of experience, so there is nothing they do not know about the art and craft of pipemaking. We have also invested in our equipment and these factors have all contributed to a better quality end product.

The briar we have received over the last 5 years has been very good and in many respects, the best we have seen in decades. So in summary, training and investing in people, raw materials and equipment has paid dividends. In the last two or three years, there seems to have been a profusion of new series and finishes and they seem to have been quite successful. That said, Peterson is still very much rooted in its long history and storied tradition. How do you balance the two commitments– new high quality pipes, but firmly rooted in the Peterson tradition?

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Les has chosen a light brown to honey coloured stain which is very attractive to the eye. It would have been nice. This is a truly beautiful exemplar of notable quality, time honoured attention to tradition and detail, and of historical significance. I think the pics are reasonably good and show the pipe pretty accurately and at its best.

Dunhill dating key. Part 1 Your Dunhill pipe has a year suffix yes. no Patent number? Your pipe was crafted between and Narrow down your dating. These Dunhill pipes generally are prior to Exceptions. Your pipe is posterior to Narrow down your dating.

In 7 short articles you can learn how to smoke a pipe! I encourage you to take the time to read through the Not-So Boring Guide to Pipe Smoking which is written especially for pipe smoking beginners. The guide is 6 pages and will help you choose your first pipe as well as choosing your first pipe tobacco. All the information you need to start smoking pipes is just a click away.

Introduction to Pipe Smoking for Beginners Smoking pipes is really all about relaxation. Since tobacco was discovered its been a favorite pastime of men and now some women find themselves smoking a tobacco pipe. There are really only 3 ways to smoke tobacco: The tobacco pipe is the only option which gives the smoker a lasting sense of pleasure and a total state of relaxation. A pipe is similar to a fountain pen or a fine time piece.

Some even call a well-crafted pipe a work of art.


Jun iconoclast garett: I’m genuinely baffled as to how you managed to get 1 ml of this pleasant but feeble scent to give you 24 hours of longevity. You must be incredibly lucky. Jun garett This one really holds the essence of london in it. It gives out happiness. Some scents tend to make you relaxed more than required or some scents may make you emotional but this one is cheerful and happy.

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Opening smelled profoundly of aniseed balls – kind of like a mixture of aniseed and star anise. As it dried down I started to get more sweetness – kind of like mulled clementines and cinnamon. Not much vanilla and definitely not much tobacco. After about 4 hours it smelled exactly like a Yankee Candle we had over Christmas – one of their festive limited editions. So much for niche perfumes and their quality ingredients. Would take Pure Havane over this all day long.

Jan georgequeue Tobacco Vanille by Tom Ford is a delicious olfactory proposal that is far from the synthetic aromas that have invaded our perfume shops today. When you spray it on skin, you feel the scent of a rum, vanilla, and tobacco cocktail, which is very powerful and noticeable; the mix is really very organic and real, almost hand-made.


Jim June 20, When I lit up the bowl, I was immediately transported back to my great grandfathers presence. This is definitely old school pipe tobacco. It produced billows of smoke without effort.

Our Review Information Information on our pipe and tobacco reviews! Amazing resource for identifying pipe logos and stampings, and for learning a bit of history along the way! Dating Dunhill Tins (bacco) submitted 3 years ago by wheniwaswheniwas.

As with any natural tobacco product, artisan nasal snuff can be susceptible to mould if it is not stored correctly. All of our snuffs are heat treated before packing to ensure an indefinite shelf-life whilst in the original, unopened containers. Our snuffs are traditionally made without chemical preservatives and we recommend that once opened the snuffs should be kept in the tightly closed brand container and stored in a refrigerator.

Only decant using a clean, dry implement. Pontefract Priory The base tobacco for this snuff is Black Cavendish blended with flue cured Burley, Zimbabwe and Bright Leaf Virginia, sauced with a syrup made by simmering liquorice roots in Muscovado sugar and cased with an extract of liquorice roots suspended in alcohol for six months. Decoctions of the liquorice shrub Glycyrrhiza glabra, had been the universal cure-all for pulmonary complaints since antiquity. The plants thrived and were soon established in the herb garths of other monastic houses in Yorkshire.

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Sunday, 2 March Not both of them! I can’t take it! Gotta love the Pacific Northwest for hot liberal chicklets. For many of the earlier years their material was a bit tame for my tastes, and the occasional spectacular models they featured were, well, occasional. Certainly among their pieces have been some fine ones for fans of whipping and other basic kinks, but theirs was a site I would tend to join once a year to scavenge anything good rather than, say, quarterly.

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You can help by adding to it. December Inlayed Pipe Bowl with Two Faces, early 19th century, Brooklyn Museum Some Native American cultures smoke tobacco in ceremonial pipes , and have done so since long before the arrival of Europeans. Other American Indian cultures smoke tobacco socially. Tobacco was introduced to Europe from the Americas in the 16th century and spread around the world rapidly.

As tobacco was not introduced to the Old World until the 16th century, [2] the older pipes outside of the Americas were usually used to smoke various other substances, including hashish , a rare and expensive substance outside areas of the Middle East, Central Asia and India, where it was then produced. Typically this is accomplished by connecting a refractory ‘bowl’ to some sort of ‘stem’ which extends and may also cool the smoke mixture drawn through the combusting organic mass see below.

Parts[ edit ] Parts of a pipe include the 1 bowl, 2 chamber, 3 draught hole, 4 shank, 5 mortise, 6 tenon, 7 stem, 8 bit or mouthpiece , 9 lip, and 10 bore. The broad anatomy of a pipe typically comprises mainly the bowl and the stem. The bowl 1 which is the cup-like outer shell, the part hand-held while packing, holding and smoking a pipe, is also the part “knocked” top-down to loosen and release impacted spent tobacco.

On being sucked, the general stem delivers the smoke from the bowl to the user’s mouth. Inside the bowl is an inner chamber 2 space holding tobacco pressed into it. This draught hole 3 , is for air flow where air has travelled through the tobacco in the chamber, taking the smoke with it, up the shank 4. At the end of the shank, the pipe’s mortise 5 and tenon 6 join is an air-tight, simple connection of two detachable parts where the mortise is a hole met by the tenon, a tight-fitting “tongue” at the start of the stem 7.

Known as the bore 10 , the inner shaft of this second section stays uniform throughout while the outer stem tapers down to the mouthpiece or bit 8 held in the smoker’s teeth, and finally ends in the “lip” 9 , attenuated for comfort.

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