Comoys of London: Irish Mixture | Pipe Tobacco (50g Tin) A Burley and Virginia composition topped with an Irish Whiskey for a rounded, peaty aftertaste. Described as an English version of Petersons Irish Whiskey but, of superior quality and flavour this is a vintage Gaelic blend. Ribbon Cut and perfectly aged.
Is it safe to smoke out of wood?
Most hardwoods are safe to use for smoking either material. You want to get a nice char on the inside of the bowl first. Some of the best hardwoods to use for smoking are ebony, olive, black walnut, briar, oak, rosewood, mahogany, mountain laurel, maple, manzanita, mesquite, and beech.
Do you need a screen for a tobacco pipe?
Technically you dont need a pipe screen; plenty of bowl sessions have gone fine without one. Some bowls have holes that are small enough that they dont tend to let any ash through, although these often end up getting stuffed up with tar after a few uses.
Are old pipes worth money?
A clean, well-made pipe in good condition nearly always has value, though markets can vary wildly by area. Weve seen them sell for only $15, while others can go for upwards of $100. Still others, like a rare and pristine Dunhill can sell for thousands.