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I just purchased a one-pound sealed can of Exhausted Rooster, and when shaken it sounds like one, large, hard, solid mass inside. I don't recall it being pressed into a brick. Any one open a large can and is it really that solid? I plan to age this, or
do certain blends smoke better in a different pipe shapes? also what smokes well in a churchwarden and meerschuam pipes.
I just posted a thread over in the Pipe Rack showing my latest DIY...if you're interested, check it out. /t15967-new-pipe-knife-combo-project#192896
So...I posted about this a while back. This is one of three current projects in which I've made a Pipe and Knife combination. This is the first. It employs a kit from Mark Tinsky and a Nordic style hidden tang blade that is progressively tempered. The
I picked up a sample of one of C&D's new blends and just fired up a big bowl in a meer.This is a worthwhile smoke!Here's what it's made of; A Virginia/Perique flake enhanced with dark fired Kentucky burley. I haven't finished the bowl yet but