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Durango Pipe Tobacco Cigars Durango Cigars was founded in St. Louis in 1997 by cigar distributor Kevin Brennan. After years of experimenting with pipe tobacco cigar blends, Brennan opened a St. Louis wine and tobacco shop called Brennan’s in 2003 and began selling the cigars to his customers. The American Aromatic series is the mildest […]

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Cornell & Diehl Bijou flake pipe tobacco Cornell & Diehl has just released an interesting new pipe tobacco: Bijou, the first flake in the company’s Cellar Series. Bijou’s flakes are beautifully thin and meticulously pressed, easy to handle and convenient to smoke. Crowned with choice 2003 red Virginias from a select eastern North Carolina crop, […]

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Ascorti 35th Anniversary pipe The limited-edition Ascorti 35th Anniversary briar pipe series features a polished metal band. One style includes a lanyard that can attach to a ring on the band; the other has no ring or lanyard. The pipes are made by Roberto Ascorti from specially selected, century-old briar that has been dried and […]

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Sherlock Holmes as a Pipe Smoker While there have been several general references and articles about fictional character Sherlock Holmes’ smoking habits, Sherlock Holmes as a Pipe Smoker by Thomas Gwinner is the first monograph to give a complete analysis of all pipe smoking references concerning Sherlock Holmes in the 56 short stories, four novels […]

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Walther Smoking Pipes Before becoming a pipemaker, Bill Walther worked as a chemical engineer, real estate director and antique watch repairman. He made pipes as a hobby before retiring in November 2013 and becoming a full-time pipemaker. Based in Fort Worth, Texas, Walther crafts pipes that are for sale on his Facebook page, Walther Smoking […]

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Klaus Zenz pipes Klaus Zenz is a skilled cabinetmaker who is also a pipemaker. Zenz hand-carves each of his pipes from the finest Italian briarwood available, and he also hand-cuts his own mouth-pieces from food-grade Ebonite and Cumberland, though he will use acrylic if a customer demands it. For adornments, Zenz uses palm wood, rosewood […]

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Tsuge tobaccos Japanese maker Tsuge Pipe has announced the introduction of eight very interesting new pipe tobaccos, four in each of two lines: “The Four Seasons” aromatics and “The God Series” traditional collection. Distributed in the U.S. by Drew Estate, these blends offer a new and fresh take on the art of tobacco blending. Look […]

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Proclaim Liberty Pipes and tobaccos’ former tobacco reviewer and current “Pipefuls” columnist, William Serad, has published his first novel, Proclaim Liberty. Serad has spent years researching, participating in and writing about the hobby of historical reenactment. He weaves his interests in reenacting and history with his disappointment in modern American politics to craft a modern-day […]

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Kiribi lighters Inspired by the Japanese practice of casting sparks on a beloved traveler’s back, Kiribi lighters combine smart, retro styling with modern improvements in engineering, including innovations such as a dual-flame design, which provides the benefit of a wider, more gentle light for your pipe, and a single tank of extraordinary fuel capacity. All […]

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Pipe Stuff

Pipe Stuff

Orient Express limited edition S.T. Dupont’s latest limited-edition Prestige Collection pays tribute to the Orient Express with a writing set, a Line 2 lighter and cufflinks. Inaugurated in 1883 under the name “Express of East,” the Orient Express connected Paris to Constantinople, serving several European capitals along the way. It was an emblem of the […]

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