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Trial by Fire

Trial by Fire

By Tad Gage and Bobby Fabian Single-crop, one-region tobaccos walk a tightrope. Too little or too much rain, or blight, wind and hail, or any other pitfalls that come with tobacco production can mean a great crop one year and a poor crop or no crop the next. It’s a treat to experience rare artisanal […]

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Pipes alive in London

Pipes alive in London

The smoking scene in London: Dunhill, briar clubs and smoking terraces by H. Lee Murphy Phillip Shervington, a sales manager at the revered James J. Fox tobacconist on St James’s Street in London, has been selling pipes in the neighborhood for more than half a century. “When I started here in the early 1960s there […]

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Remembering Richard Dunhill

Remembering Richard Dunhill

Grandson of Alfred Dunhill passes away by Ben Rapaport Richard Dunhill, grandson of the founder of Alfred Dunhill Ltd., died on Aug. 26, 2016, at the age of 89, having been a Dunhill employee for 68 years. He joined the company in 1948, was director for 28 years and chairman for 27 years, and oversaw […]

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Pipestuff

Pipestuff

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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Trial by fire

Trial by fire

by Tad Gage and Joe Harb There’s no shortage of pipe tobacco introductions these days (lucky for all of us)—both new blends and seemingly regular reintroductions of classics. We decided to review some of the new and a pinch of the new/old. Cornell & Diehl collaborated with artisan Danish pipemaker Tom Eltang, who has been […]

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Pipestuff

Pipestuff

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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Pipe smokers’ paradise

Pipe smokers' paradise

A great spot to grab a six-pack, a bottle of wine and a few tins of tobacco By T.S. Donahue A pipe shop should smell a certain way. It’s the blending together of all those different sweet tobaccos, creating that tantalizing olfactory experience that can only be found inside a good tobacconist. For a lot […]

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Cup O’ Joes

Cup O' Joes

Spectacular ambiance is just part of this shop’s success Twenty years ago, Kathleen Kelly was having a tough time finding work. She’d just moved to Lake George, N.Y. Her love for the area was almost genetic—her parents had honeymooned in Lake George, and it was a favorite destination for family vacations when she was a […]

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Pipes at sea

Pipes at sea

•By Chuck Stanion, photos by Richard Friedman• Richard Friedman’s home is the 96-foot yacht The Alaskan Song, anchored in Bellingham, Wash., in Bellingham Harbor, where he and his wife, Nancy, stay through the seven months of winter weather that keeps them from taking charters along the Alaskan coast, as they do the rest of the year. […]

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