What was your last tobacco purchase?

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Re: What was your last tobacco purchase?

Post by AnungUnRama » Sat Feb 29, 2020 7:54 pm

I just received my order of whatever gawith rope that one site had that somebody mentioned the other day, and enneradale flake. I'll likely order from whoever it was again. Prices were good, shipping was fast.

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Post by sweetandsour » Sun Mar 15, 2020 12:39 pm

Ordered some bulk blends from 4Noggins - Prairie Wind, Harvest Moon, and Granger.
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Post by arank87 » Sun Mar 15, 2020 1:07 pm

Many more tins of Ennerdale, some Stonehenge flake and Full Virginia flake as well as an assortment of German and British snuff.
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Re: What was your last tobacco purchase?

Post by mcommini » Sat Mar 28, 2020 12:11 pm

As local b&ms are closed due to the Plague of '20, and seeing that I was almost out of my nightly staple Engine 99, I have purchased 2oz of that, 2oz of Three Friars (which I've yet to try, figure cheap bulk purchases online will make my local tobacconist happy if it leads to my buying more tins once the stores open back up), and tins of Nightcap and 965. It is odd to have purchased tobacco but not be able to store it yet :D
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Re: What was your last tobacco purchase?

Post by hugodrax » Sat Mar 28, 2020 12:44 pm

I swiped a tin of St Bruno from my shop today. Its smoking well right now.
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Re: What was your last tobacco purchase?

Post by Benton629 » Sat Mar 28, 2020 4:11 pm

The Mellow Mallard from Dan Tobacco.

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Re: What was your last tobacco purchase?

Post by AnungUnRama » Mon Mar 30, 2020 7:16 am

A couple ounces of Haunted Bookshop and a tin of Dan DaVinci. I think next time I order DaVinci it will be in one of the bulk bags. I find that I go through a surprising amount of this blend and it really sings in my Meerschaum and my well loved Savinelli Pisa. I've also got a Bjarne slightly bent brandy that is more or less dedicated to this blend.

I've only had two blends by Dan Tobacco - this one and Milonga. Milonga is also excellent. I should get more, and I want to try Blue Note.
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Post by Fainn » Mon Mar 30, 2020 9:45 pm

A tin of Ten Russians. Don't need until June, but I might not be able to get it then.
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Post by DepartedLight » Mon Mar 30, 2020 9:53 pm

Carter Hall tub and an ounce of Russ' chocolate truffle.
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Post by Fainn » Tue Mar 31, 2020 11:41 pm

Two more towns in the area are lock-down.
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Re: What was your last tobacco purchase?

Post by MrPiper » Wed Apr 22, 2020 6:25 am

AnungUnRama wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 7:16 am
A couple ounces of Haunted Bookshop and a tin of Dan DaVinci. I think next time I order DaVinci it will be in one of the bulk bags. I find that I go through a surprising amount of this blend and it really sings in my Meerschaum and my well loved Savinelli Pisa. I've also got a Bjarne slightly bent brandy that is more or less dedicated to this blend.

I've only had two blends by Dan Tobacco - this one and Milonga. Milonga is also excellent. I should get more, and I want to try Blue Note.
Dan DaVinci? Where in the WORLD did you find it? This is an OUTSTANDING blend. Dan Tobacco is a true unsung hero. Their Milonga, DaVinci, Sweet Vanilla Honeydew and Treasures of Ireland are all time greats. Also, they have one called Velvet which smells and even to an impressive degree, TASTES like Guinness Stout. I really always looked forward to trying ANYTHING they produced.

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Re: What was your last tobacco purchase?

Post by AnungUnRama » Wed Apr 22, 2020 8:05 am

MrPiper wrote:
Wed Apr 22, 2020 6:25 am
AnungUnRama wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 7:16 am
A couple ounces of Haunted Bookshop and a tin of Dan DaVinci. I think next time I order DaVinci it will be in one of the bulk bags. I find that I go through a surprising amount of this blend and it really sings in my Meerschaum and my well loved Savinelli Pisa. I've also got a Bjarne slightly bent brandy that is more or less dedicated to this blend.

I've only had two blends by Dan Tobacco - this one and Milonga. Milonga is also excellent. I should get more, and I want to try Blue Note.
Dan DaVinci? Where in the WORLD did you find it? This is an OUTSTANDING blend. Dan Tobacco is a true unsung hero. Their Milonga, DaVinci, Sweet Vanilla Honeydew and Treasures of Ireland are all time greats. Also, they have one called Velvet which smells and even to an impressive degree, TASTES like Guinness Stout. I really always looked forward to trying ANYTHING they produced.
I usually find it at smoking pipes. I like Milonga too, although it's been awhile since I've had that blend. I've always wanted to try some of their others, the only thing that holds me back is it tends to be kinda pricey. That said, I'll easily spend 30 or so on a couple cigars so with that perspective it is quite a bargain eh?
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Re: What was your last tobacco purchase?

Post by Benton629 » Sat Apr 25, 2020 8:29 am

Father Dempsey Blend from Kramer’s and Drucquer and Son Trafalgar arrived.

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Re: What was your last tobacco purchase?

Post by Benton629 » Sat Apr 25, 2020 8:30 am

MrPiper wrote:
AnungUnRama wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 7:16 am
A couple ounces of Haunted Bookshop and a tin of Dan DaVinci. I think next time I order DaVinci it will be in one of the bulk bags. I find that I go through a surprising amount of this blend and it really sings in my Meerschaum and my well loved Savinelli Pisa. I've also got a Bjarne slightly bent brandy that is more or less dedicated to this blend.

I've only had two blends by Dan Tobacco - this one and Milonga. Milonga is also excellent. I should get more, and I want to try Blue Note.
Dan DaVinci? Where in the WORLD did you find it? This is an OUTSTANDING blend. Dan Tobacco is a true unsung hero. Their Milonga, DaVinci, Sweet Vanilla Honeydew and Treasures of Ireland are all time greats. Also, they have one called Velvet which smells and even to an impressive degree, TASTES like Guinness Stout. I really always looked forward to trying ANYTHING they produced.
I second your opinion of Dan Tobacco. Everything they make is outstanding. Just too darn hard to find.

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Re: What was your last tobacco purchase?

Post by rgcurrey » Sat Apr 25, 2020 8:48 am

MrPiper wrote:
Wed Apr 22, 2020 6:25 am
AnungUnRama wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 7:16 am
A couple ounces of Haunted Bookshop and a tin of Dan DaVinci. I think next time I order DaVinci it will be in one of the bulk bags. I find that I go through a surprising amount of this blend and it really sings in my Meerschaum and my well loved Savinelli Pisa. I've also got a Bjarne slightly bent brandy that is more or less dedicated to this blend.

I've only had two blends by Dan Tobacco - this one and Milonga. Milonga is also excellent. I should get more, and I want to try Blue Note.
Dan DaVinci? Where in the WORLD did you find it? This is an OUTSTANDING blend. Dan Tobacco is a true unsung hero. Their Milonga, DaVinci, Sweet Vanilla Honeydew and Treasures of Ireland are all time greats. Also, they have one called Velvet which smells and even to an impressive degree, TASTES like Guinness Stout. I really always looked forward to trying ANYTHING they produced.
Well now I am going to have to get some Dan Velvet.
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Re: What was your last tobacco purchase?

Post by sweetandsour » Sat Apr 25, 2020 10:42 am

rgcurrey wrote:
Sat Apr 25, 2020 8:48 am
MrPiper wrote:
Wed Apr 22, 2020 6:25 am
AnungUnRama wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 7:16 am
A couple ounces of Haunted Bookshop and a tin of Dan DaVinci. I think next time I order DaVinci it will be in one of the bulk bags. I find that I go through a surprising amount of this blend and it really sings in my Meerschaum and my well loved Savinelli Pisa. I've also got a Bjarne slightly bent brandy that is more or less dedicated to this blend.

I've only had two blends by Dan Tobacco - this one and Milonga. Milonga is also excellent. I should get more, and I want to try Blue Note.
Dan DaVinci? Where in the WORLD did you find it? This is an OUTSTANDING blend. Dan Tobacco is a true unsung hero. Their Milonga, DaVinci, Sweet Vanilla Honeydew and Treasures of Ireland are all time greats. Also, they have one called Velvet which smells and even to an impressive degree, TASTES like Guinness Stout. I really always looked forward to trying ANYTHING they produced.
Well now I am going to have to get some Dan Velvet.
+1 but it's hard to come by in smaller tin sizes. Da Vinci also.
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Re: What was your last tobacco purchase?

Post by Stanley76 » Sat Apr 25, 2020 7:45 pm

A pound of Haunted Bookshop.
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Post by DepartedLight » Mon Apr 27, 2020 7:53 pm

Nabbed a pound of Dan's Independence on sale.
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Re: What was your last tobacco purchase?

Post by sweetandsour » Fri May 01, 2020 6:17 pm

Received a trial oz of Plantation Evening today, along with a tin of Gordon Pym.

The Plantation E is a keeper. Haven't tried the Gordon P yet.
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