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by William Serad Regarding pipe smoking in the car, I heard from Greg Curtis. He expressed concern regarding the potential for the air bag being deployed, and the pipe being driven somewhere other than along for the ride. I share this concern. I don’t even like cellphone use in cars, just because of the distraction. […]

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Pipefuls

by William Serad Please forgive me if I fail to respond to some emails, but due to technology changes, I may miss a beat this time. Perhaps as a consequence, there have been few responses to the last “Pipefuls,” but those are certainly worthy of general discussion. On the continuing thread of late and lamented […]

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Pipefuls

Pipefuls

by William Serad I continue to get opinions on blends whose loss is mourned. In fact, I seem to have really struck a rich vein with Cesare Borgia. From Denny Avers of Lake Monticello, Va.: “I could hardly believe my eyes! Someone else who laments the loss of Amphora’s Cesare Borgia pipe tobacco. Many years […]

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Pipefuls

Pipefuls

by William Serad Sorry for having missed the last issue of P&T, but I decided to write on things best not written about, and consequently, by mutual agreement and in the interests of all, we moved briskly on to this issue with another topic. Our esteemed editor in chief requested for me that you, dear […]

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Pipefuls

Pipefuls

by William Serad A noteworthy volume of response was received from the previous column, not all of which could be included here. The subject of collecting struck a chord with many readers, and I would like first to excerpt a few paragraphs from Mr. Owen KenKnight of Northfield, Minn.: I own close to 50 pipes, […]

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Pipefuls

by William Serad After I received a letter from Mr. Owen KenKnight of Northfield, Minn., touching on several subjects related to his preference for Burley, I decided to check my sometimes faulty memory. In the previous column, I recalled and mentioned Rattray’s blends now containing Burley. From information on the Kohlhase & Kopp website (www.kohlhase-tobacco.com/site/index.php?id=158), […]

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Readers respond and the leaf of Kentucky

Readers respond and the leaf of Kentucky

By William Serad Following the last issue of P&T, I received a virtual torrent of responses compared to previous “Pipefuls” columns. There were three. The first was an e-note of encouragement from Mark Graumenz of Hilton, N.Y. Thanks for that. In response to the column on slow smoking, I elicited two responses. The first was […]

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