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Corn Cob Pipes: 7 Reasons to Try One

Corn Cob Pipes: 7 Reasons to Try One

Posted by Greg Rosenberg on 6th Oct 2021

Briarwood, meerschaum, and a good ol’ corn cob—though there are any number of materials a tobacco pipe might be made from, these three comprise a trilogy essential to most modern pipe smokers’ collections. Given the price difference between the humble maize and an ornate meerschaum or arti …
Holiday Shopping Guide for Pipe Smokers (12+ Easy Gift Ideas)

Holiday Shopping Guide for Pipe Smokers (12+ Easy Gift Ideas)

Posted by Greg Rosenberg on 20th Sep 2021

The holidays are just around the corner, and some folks can be harder to shop for than others. With pipe smokers, it can be frustrating because you know they love their pipes and tobacco, but you’re not sure that you know enough on the subject to pick the right gift. It’s like someone said they …
How to Start Smoking a Pipe (Only 4 Things to Get You Going!)

How to Start Smoking a Pipe (Only 4 Things to Get You Going!)

Posted by Jack Rather on 19th Aug 2021

With so many things in life, getting started can be the hardest part. No doubt that applies to pipe smoking. So if you’ve ever wondered how to start smoking a pipe, this guide is for you. One of the best things about smoking a pipe is the vastness of options. Pipes come in any number …
10 Tobacco Pipes For All Budgets for 2021

10 Tobacco Pipes For All Budgets for 2021

Posted by Matthew Vandenburgh on 3rd Mar 2021

Smoking with a tobacco pipe can be an expensive hobby. There are so many different pipes, and some of them can get very pricy. For those of us that want to enjoy the hobby of pipe smoking but feel hamstrung by budgetary concerns, fear not! There are always plenty of options available to you that wil …
Factory vs. Artisan Tobacco Pipes

Factory vs. Artisan Tobacco Pipes

Posted by Matthew Vandenburgh on 18th Feb 2021

Tobacco pipes come in so many different shapes, sizes, and styles that it can be challenging to figure out which direction to go in. A big debate you might see on forums and between tobacco pipe enthusiasts is if you prefer to have an artisan made pipe, or rather a factory made one.Since we're all a …