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    A Few 'Bits & Pieces'

    Got a couple of pipe cases from 'Wilsons of Sharrow'. Smaller than what I thought they'd be, although great for lovats & shorter pipes. Only 11, which I thought was quite cheap. Also got a spray bottle of rum 'Tobacco Flavouring' interested in giving that a try. A hardcastles pouch & finally a clay pipe of 'General Gordon'. Never smoked a clay before, seeing as it was only six quid, thought it was about time I did.

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    Getting a couple of pipe cases is a neat idea, Simon, and the price was right, too.
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    Look forward to reading feedback about your rum flavouring spray experience....I take it it's for putting on tobacco and not for skooshing into your gob? I just buy a bottle of dark rum when I want to do both.

    Nice cases for storing your pipes. I fail miserably in that department and tend to leave them lying about which annoys the missus. She suggested using old socks which I thought was a good idea.

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    Nice cases and a nice snag on the clay pipe, Simon. I have a few clays I should unwrap and smoke again. If you've never smoked a clay, just make sure you are careful your first few times smoking it very slowly as it can be really easy to burn your mouth and get a bit of tongue bite if the clay starts to get hot. Great smoking pipes and great for tasting a new blend/taste testing tobaccos.

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