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No sports, only whisky and cigars Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/22(Wed)17:22 No. 2359
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Hi /class/,

I'm sitting outside in my garden enjoying my pipe and my glass of whisky.
Tell me though,
what brand of tobacco (cigars, cigarettes or pipe) and what whisky do you prefer?

I enjoy clan tobacco as it is what my grandfather once gave me.
I really like a good glenmorrangie though chivas regal 18 is very enjoyable too.

I'm looking forward to hearing what you gentlemen prefer!


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/23(Thu)01:04 No. 2361

Van Hassen for tobacco (I roll my cigs), VAT69 for whisky (cheap and kinda drinkable).


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/23(Thu)05:28 No. 2363

Why would you smoke a brand of tobacco when blends are far superior?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/23(Thu)12:18 No. 2364

Terrible whiff of riff raff in here.
I do not partake in the smoking of tobacco, preferring to use my pipe for other weeds. I must say that tooting upon a pipe burning the finger hash rubbed from some Super Silver Sour Diesel Haze is a true delight.
Accompany that toot with a glass of 2012's 16 year old Lagavulin or a 1989 20 year old Glenkinchie and you have yourself a pleasant evening. I find being high can allow you to appreciate the comlexity of leather, old oak, moss, waxy honeycomb and citrus in good single malts. Chivas Regal is one of the best blends I've ever had the pleasure of tasting.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/23(Thu)17:54 No. 2366

>>2364
"When you get the message, hang up the phone."
-Alan Watts on drug use.

If you have to keep picking up the phone in order to get the message, you'll never get the message in the right way.

In less allegorical terms: If you haven't learned how to "appreciate the comlexity [sic] of leather, old oak, moss, waxy honeycomb and citrus in good single malts" from smoking the ganja, and you need to keep smoking it in order to do so, then you'll never truly know how to appreciate all those qualities of a proper single malt.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/23(Thu)18:14 No. 2367

>>2366
Of course you are correct and I know nothing of Whisky as I always smoke Cannabis before tasting it and have never and will never not smoke cannabis before, during or after tasting it and as such I cannot appreciate Whisky, or for that matter anything at all.
I would never post about smoking and drinking in a thread about smoke and drink just because sometimes I smoke and drink but usually do not smoke and rather drink. Gods forbid I actually like Whisky and have a palate suited to tasting but sometimes like to be stoned, that would be terrible wouldn't it Mr. Presumptuous McCockypants?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/23(Thu)21:01 No. 2371

>>2367
I find your persecution complex amusing. You posted
>I find being high can allow you to appreciate the comlexity [sic] of leather, old oak, moss, waxy honeycomb and citrus in good single malts.
Which states that you rely on being high to appreciate whisky, and so I refuted that you will never be able to properly appreciate single malts if you rely on marijuana to do so. If you are able to appreciate whisky without the use of marijuana then you should have made your message clearer.

More to the point of the thread, the only brand of tobacco I smoke is Captain Black, as it is the only palatable consumer tobacco I can stand to pack. My usual blend of choice is Maple Walnut, which tastes delightfully of pancakes. My second blend of choice would be Cherry Rum. Both go very well with a glass of Habushu or Macallan's 18 Sherry Oak.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/23(Thu)21:47 No. 2372
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>>2371
I should have written, "I find being high can allow you to appreciate the complexity of leather, old oak, moss, waxy honeycomb and citrus in good single malts in new ways."
I sincerely apologise for this oversight.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/08/12(Mon)20:47 No. 2488

I am very fond of the Glen Moray Single Malt 8 y/o aswell as the Four Roses - Small batch.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/08/13(Tue)08:01 No. 2490

I've hit a low point in my life guys. Lately, I've been smoking Kentucky Select.

It's terrible.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/08/14(Wed)10:39 No. 2491

Hello chums.

Recently, I retrieved some (somewhat)aged Remy Martin V.S.O.P. from my liquor cabinet, and had a few sips before I realized that the damn thing tasted like hand sanitizer.

My inquiry is this: are there any other cognacs which give less of a bite within the realm of, oh, $50 or so?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/08/15(Thu)06:51 No. 2492
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Advanced personal vapes you unsophisticated primitive heathens.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/09/21(Sat)06:07 No. 2546

>>2492
I say, good sir, you seem to have forgotten a verb at the very least here. Attempting to use sentence fragments to communicate does not demonstrate sophistication.



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