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  • Mr_OMr_O Member
    How often do you have to clean out the "well" in a Pete System pipe? I suppose pretty often???
  • JinderJinder Member
    @Mr.O I clean out the well of my 314 after every smoke. I like to keep it fresh.
  • JinderJinder Member
    I'm currently smoking SG Westmorland Mixture in my Plumb Meer.

    I'm amazed this blend isn't more popular. As far as light Englishes go this is right up there-better than EMP in my opinion.
  • n9inchnailsn9inchnails Moderator
    @Mr.O your supposed to clean out your pipes after every smoke regardless of make or style.
  • Granger in a cob of course .
  • Gawith Hoggarth Brown flake aromatic in a peterson donegal rocky
  • Mr_OMr_O Member
    I suppose, I wasn't thinking about it like that. Typically I will run a cleaner through after a smoke, but that doesn't require removing the stem, which a lot of people try not to do very often- especially before the pipe cools down.
  • How often do you have to clean out the "well" in a Pete System pipe? I suppose pretty often???
    I here with some well system pipes some put a piece of cotton to absorb the moisture.This make it easy to avoid build up of tar. I mostly just clean the stem not often enough .really nasty to get a big glob of tar let loose and hit the roof of the mouth.Most aros clog pipes fast ;they burn hot and moist and it takes discipline to smoke slowly. I am just getting back to some for a change of pace  
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • brown rope
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • Mr_OMr_O Member
    I have gotten to really like the Kaywoodie's with the drinkless system. I didn't think I would, but the maintainence is so easy- even mid-smoke, and I haven't had one get too loose on me yet. A pal gave me an old Falcon, but the bowl is so very loose, I don't know how long of a life span those have, but now I'm just a little extra cautious about any unfamiliar system pipe. I usually stick to Englishes and VA's, so I know the bummer when I have the occasional gurgley pipe full of an aro. 
  • JinderJinder Member
    Robert McConnell Scottish Cake in my Italian Spigot Billiard. Stellar VaPer.
  • Peter Stokkebye French Vanilla in my Stanwell Trio
  • JinderJinder Member
    Dunhill Nightcap (Orlik iteration) in my '49 Pete System Standard 314.
  • Grand Orientals Samsun, H&H Admiralty, and Irish Flake all half smoked waiting to be finished off at some point in time.
  • McClelland 2035
  • McClelland Black Sea Sokhoum in my Tsuge Tokyo 553
  • MacBaren Virginia No.1 in a Tsuge
  • Grousemore plug in a clay
  • JinderJinder Member
    This afternoon it was Grasmere Flake in my '70s Dr. Plumb Extra, tonight it's Commonwealth in my '49 Pete 314.
  • AnselAnsel Member
    Macbaren Virginia No.1 broken flake.
    Mmmm, love that tobacco.  :-)
  • n9inchnailsn9inchnails Moderator
    Escudo in a Peterson System 305
  • McClelland Katerini Classic in my Peterson 150
  • GL Pease Quiet Nights in my Ser Jacopo Bent Dublin;  I have a really hard time getting into these Latakia heavy blends.  This is a good blend to be sure, but it's really lost on me.
  • Mr_OMr_O Member
    Why not just Turkish/VA/Cavendish it up? But the best solution clearly is to just mail it to me :)
  • JinderJinder Member
    Fox Bankers in my Thorburn Clark Bent Bulldog. This is an excellent blend, better in a Briar than a Meer.
  • JinderJinder Member
    GH American Delite in my Comoy's Made Champion Old Root. My favourite aro by a mile.
  • G&H Brown Flake in my Jarl Lumberman
  • 1792 in a Peterson System 303
  • C&D #968 Odessa in a bent Cappitello
  • Balkan Sobranie in a bent Meer-lined Falcon International.
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