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First Pipe Tobacco YABO & REVIEW: Morley’s Best

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10 Comments

  1. Great job, always knew you'd be great tobacco reviews. You should do more.

  2. George. What are your thoughts on smoking a used pipe? I'm interested in buying an old classical pipe that's over a 100 years old. Is it safe? Old things are just better then new.

  3. Great video George, I appreciate the honest simple reviews. Pipes don't need the sophisticate reviews of cigars or wine; it's much more of a reflective exercise in patience and relaxation.

  4. It's been a while since you've done a long video like this and have a pipe with us. I really enjoy that.

  5. Loved the antiqueception 😂 there are a lot of solid life choices in this video! Lol nothing wrong with a bic! Plenty of us pipe channel guys use em a lot. You can go buy a $40 lighter and there's a decent chance it turns out to be a piece of shit and your bic will always be there saying "I told you so.." Good review George I enjoyed it. Haven't tried Morleys best yet. Fantastic quotes you chose as well. ✌

  6. Is there a difference between smoking out of briar than a cob?

  7. Cheers George! Great quotes from a great mind.

  8. I see the beard is making a comeback! Are you going to do another yeard?

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