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Types of Smoking Pipes

Briar
Briar

Second, briar wood is extremely dense, but is porous too. This unique combination allows the wood to absorb tar and moisture from pipe tobacco, resulting in a cool and dry smoking experience. Determining high quality briar. The highest quality briar wood for tobacco pipes has a tight and uniform grain. In addition, the pattern will have a . combination of swirls and straight grains.

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Burley
Burley

Burley Light without a bite, a breakthrough in pipe tobaccos. Here`s a Burley blend without Burley`s traditional bite and with Lane Limited`s fabulous aroma. This unique blend is not for the Cavendish smoker, but the person who likes Burley.

Calabash
Calabash

Smoking a calabash pipe is truly a global pass time shared by our friends in Istanbul Turkey. Here is an interesting article from the Daily Sabah, a Turkish media outlet, on the tradition of pipe smoking in this ancient civilization.

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Cavendish
Cavendish

Cavendish pipe tobacco has been growing in popularity in recent years, to the extent that today, even a few American tobacco companies are manufacturing it. There is no tobacco grown anywhere in the world that is known as a Cavendish tobacco.

Clay
Clay

Shop our selection of clay pipes at tobaccopipes.com.

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Corncob
Corncob

Smoking Pipes Missouri Meerschaum offers a variety of Smoking Pipes that will delight and interest even the most discerning pipe enthusiast! Check out our corn cob pipes as well as our hardwood pipes.

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Dark Fired Kentucky
Dark Fired Kentucky

Dark Fired tobacco is a variety of tobacco just like Dark Air, Burley, Flue Cured etc. I think Burley is a type of tobacco leaf, whereas Dark Fired and Flue Cured are processes. Don't know off hand what "Dark Air" means.

Materials
Materials

The material and shape of a pipe has a profound influence upon the aesthetics and smoking qualities. Tobacco pipes come in many shapes and styles. For an excellent overview of these shapes see Pipe Shapes by Bill Burney.

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Meerschaum
Meerschaum

Meerschaum became a premium substitute for the clay pipes of the day and remains prized to this day though, since the mid-1800s, briar pipes have become the most common pipes for smoking. The use of briar wood beginning in the early 1820s greatly reduced demand for clay pipes and, to a lesser degree, meerschaum pipes.

Parts
Parts

Tall Smoking Pipe with Expansion Chamber. Small opening on bowl cap allows for smoking very small amounts of tobacco at a time. Expansion Chamber allows expansion of smoke and permits a small but powerful smoke. Saves on tobacco! Your smoke does not fill the air, wasting tobacco. A Sure Pleasure to Smoke.

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Perique
Perique

Perique is a unique and rare type of tobacco that comes exclusively from one small swath of land near New Orleans. It is used as a "condiment tobacco" to make nearly a hundred different brand name pipe tobacco blends from around the world. It’s existence has been in jeopardy more than once, first in the late 1990s and then in 2005.

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Principle
Principle

Also known as a water pipe and sometimes referred to by slang terms like billy, bing, binger, and more, the bong is so engrained in cannabis culture that many connoisseurs go so far as to name their pieces, turning the otherwise inanimate object into a personality within their smoke circle.

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Turkish
Turkish

Home | Pipes | Turkish Meerschaum Pipes Hand-carved Turkish Meerschaums are a must for any collector! Meerschaum is a rare, sturdy material mined from the shores and sea-beds of Turkey.

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