12 thoughts on “My pipe collection & Tobacco rotation

  1. Have you smoked any Mauro Armellini pipes? Just curious of your opinion. I'm not a big fan of some of their less than traditional entries, but their more traditional offerings are gorgeous. I've acquired a couple of them off of eBay for next to nothing. I think they're a great estate pipe to search for because they don't have the following that many other brands do making them a steal when you find one you like.

  2. Fantastic video as always. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚ I wonder if you might be able to help. I've been enjoying smoking a pipe for a while now and would like to purchased something a little better and I love the look of the Savinelli pipes. I was wondering if you might have any that you would recommend for someone transitioning? There are just so many to choose from, and I'm not sure on the different smoking characteristics between the bowl and pipe shapes etc? I do like the look of the Savinelli Oscar Tiger 311KS Smooth (poker), the 626 smooth (apple) and the 601 smooth (billiard)

  3. Thank you so much for all your videos. I especially liked this one because you showed off all your pipes & tobacco's. Very informative.

  4. Alright MC, so I'm a newbie, but I'm learning now that you should only smoke one tobacco through each pipe. What does ghosting mean and how will I know of it happens?

  5. Very impressive collections of pipes and tobaccos. Couldn't help noticing there are no Peterson's pipes in your collections, was just wondering how come?

  6. I love your Pipe Weed Jars! Do you find jars like this hold as well as pickling jars as far as cellaring goes?

  7. I have been a cigar smoker for 3 years, I love them, and started with the pipe for 1 month, I hope someday to have a collection of pipes like that of you sir. That's the right way to enjoy good tobacco.

  8. wow what a collection! Thank you for sharing with us. I am wondering when you were deciding which pipe is dedicated to the type of tobacco blend, e.g. English, vaper, aromatic, etc., were the shapes and sizes of the pipes a factor when making the decision?

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