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    Quote Originally Posted by dmcmtk View Post
    Credit for the 204 is given to Tom Eltang.
    Mea culpa. I should have checked Basil Stevens; strangely enough it doesn't say anything about the maker on the shape number list, only on the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon G View Post
    It might be the photo, but those flakes look a lot darker than the ones I've had.
    BTW Jesper, how you getting on with the 'fold & stuff', cracked it yet?
    They look very dark in real life too; a bit like Solani's 'Aged Burley Flake'.
    I must say that fold'n'stuff works great with Capstan Flake; dry the slices out a bit, fold and tweak them a little and off I go. They even work in chimneys, that used to get me in trouble.

    Thanks for the tip, Simon.
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    Good Evening, Gentlemen! Cool and humid here where a crop of summer corn is coming up in three fields down the road a ways. The beefsteak and Italian tomatoes are just small balls on the vine in the pots on our deck and I'm really looking forward to having fresh beefsteak tomato slices with my salad. The Italian tomatoes are strictly for cooking. Yum! Back in the workshop for a couple of bowls and I'm smoking more of that delicious BillyPM-aged SJF in the Sav rusticated billiard, a last mugga java on the side. Time to cruise the news.
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    Capstan Flake from a tin I received June 2013, in a Stanwell Nordic #204.
    I can resist anything but temptation--Oscar Wilde

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    An after dinner indulgence; Peter Stokkebye’s Luxury Twist Flake in a Dr. Grabow cob.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockbass View Post
    Capstan Flake from a tin I received June 2013, in a Stanwell Nordic #204.
    Nice Stanwell, Thomas. A fantastic shape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piffyr View Post
    An after dinner indulgence; Peter Stokkebye’s Luxury Twist Flake in a Dr. Grabow cob.
    What cob..?
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    Good morning to you all.
    First smoke of this overcast and humid Wednesday; Red Orlik in a Danish Crown no. 1029, a Kriswill second.

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    Ye Olde Signe in a '54 Dunhill DRR #36:


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