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    Yachtsmans Plug

    I see that pipe divan/fox's have yachtsmans back for sale! It must be nearly a year since it was last available. I actually thought they'd stopped making it, so some good news regarding plugs, for a change!
    St. Bruno simply satisfies!

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    I like Yachtsmans, I think I have 4 or 5 pouches left in the cellar.
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    Good to know Simon....it's included in my blends to buy list next time I'm over. Certainly looks the business from the pictures I've seen on here.....from you IIRC.

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    And a lovely plug it is. Got a few myself somewhere around here.
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    If I remember correctly, Yachtsman was one of the plugs that didn't get the axe. I can't imagine it will last very long, though, so stock up!

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    A sad state of affairs. An expensive but necessary purchase.

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    St. Bruno simply satisfies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon G View Post
    A sad state of affairs. An expensive but necessary purchase.

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    Yuck, I still have a pouch with the "small" gaelic warnings on, I think I will keep it to decant my plug into rather than look at those.
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    Will have to try that one I have started to learn Irish again and could read most of the warnings but of course I choose to ignore them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigmilllar View Post
    Will have to try that one I have started to learn Irish again and could read most of the warnings but of course I choose to ignore them.
    Maith thú!

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    Bloody hell...the Condor Plug is pricey. They should have money problem warnings on the packets never mind health warnings.

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