After a patient while of trying both my Ashton guilty pleasure and Germains #tobacco in my #pipe, I feel confident in saying that the former is a better smoke. It smells beautiful and seems to light with ease. I think going for a pipe was a great move by myself in general though, it's pleasurable and makes sitting in my garden so much more enjoyable. There is no point to this post. Picture is a lovely cheddar, tomato and lettuce with mustard #sandwich which combos quite well.
I was originally, ages ago, going to document what #cigars I smoked and post it here for absolutely no one to read so I could remember which ones I had etc. However I stopped smoking them for a bit. I have however got my first #pipe and just smoked some lovely Ashton "Guilty Pleasure". Mild and aromatic. Look at my tiny little corn cob pipe! In hindsight I should have gotten a bigger pipe due to the difficulties of using a smaller one but oh well.
Screw it, I'm posting every new #cigar I try from now on. Had a cheap cheap Royal Dutch Panatella, very cheap and not any immediate notes to it bar a wood taste.
Obligatory #introduction and #cooking post. Sweet and Baking potato. Chop into chunks. Enjoy whiskey (important). Boil until soft. Mix with cornflour. Roast in garlic seasoned olive-oil @ 200 until beautiful crisp texture. Finish off with some cracked black pepper and serve with an overcooked sausage square. Rustic, simple.