Peterson Pipes: The Making Of
Looking through pipe pictures and relaxing after a hectic last hour of work. Trying this blend I picked up on a recent trip to Phoenix. It is called Cherrybomb and it is made in Denmark (and I’m smoking it in my cherry red bent Peterson). This is the first brand I have bought that was not made for the store where it was purchased (and an imported brand, no less!).
The scent of the tobacco is not too rich and it is a ridiculously smooth smoke. I could see this becoming a regular smoke for me. I hope all of my followers are having a lovely week so far. :)
Today’s bounty, one Peterson rusticated pipe and a tin of Peterson University Flake.
The pipe definitely lived up to what I thought a Peterson would smoke like, cool and easy. The tobacco was sweet smelling and light.
This is a good day.
A good day, indeed. Kudos.
Peterson University Flake and Mick McQuaid (Square Cut) pipe tobaccos, both very interesting flakes built to last. Over the McQuaid tin, a surprisingly large Ardor Marte pipe; above lies the exquisite Butz Choquin Montagnarde.
( The picture was taken in the Christmas of 2009, hence the large bowls built for generous smokes. )
Man this guy is fantastic. Great pictures, great pipes, great info. Top notch blogger.