Molina tobacco pipes are the perfect blend of tradition and modernization. In the early 1900s, Molina pipes took over an old Rossi factory in Barasso, Italy. Although they upgraded the building to get it to modern standards, the tools and information that they gained from Rossi helped them get started in an industry where precision matters.
Thanks to the knowledge they got from Rossi, Molina's process of creating smoking pipes has become streamlined and optimized for new products. Molina claims to be able to manufacture a new tobacco pipe in six hours, with 41 steps in the process for each one.
One of the secrets for the quality of Molina's pipes is their specialized drying process. This drying helps remove more tannins from the raw briar. Tannins are what causes the unpleasant taste in new smoking pipes, something that eventually goes away following the breaking-in process. By removing extra tannins, Molina helps make pipes that will taste better faster.
A great series that Molina releases with this procedure is their Peppino line. Coming in a variety of shapes and finishes, we offer you thirteen different options to select from in this series. The first finish is their smooth grey. With a smoky look to the bowl, it looks as if the bowl itself is absorbing the lit results of the tobacco. The stem helps complete the look, a white acrylic that has many gray swirls inside, looking like the smoke traveling from the chamber into your mouth. Their other finish is the natural look. This is a clear coating that helps you see the natural beauty of the briar's grain. A smooth and comfortable pipe, you will be getting an excellent look for an affordable price. Peppino tobacco pipes are the way to go.