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Savinelli Series III Unfinished 9mm Filtered Pipes!

Savinelli's Series III Unfinished pipes have been one of my best sellers.  That's because they're some of my best smokers! And it doesn't hurt that they're some of the most affordable briar pipes on the market today. But it's no
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"My Pipe Keeps Going Out" & other End-Times Prophecies

I'm here at Gray Manor, back in the West Parlor (my garage), smoking some Dunhill Dark Flake in one of my treasured Neerup pipes. I just can't say enough good things about Neerup--they check all the boxes for me: looks, engineering, and that
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The Story of The Pipe Nook

?I was looking through my personal pipe collection the other day, and came across my 1987 Tinder Box Christmas Pipe. This is a beautiful pipe (most likely made by Ardor, given the time period) that has significant sentimental value to me,
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New "How to Smoke a Pipe" Video Series from The Pipe Nook!

I never thought I'd make a video series like this until very recently.  I simply didn't think I'd have enough to share. But when I finally decided to attempt to script out a video that covered the basics of pipe smoking, I found that
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7-Day Pipe Rotation on a Budget

I recently posted a video on my YouTube channel in regards to this subject, so I figured I'd make an accompanying blog. The concept of a 7-Day Pipe Rotation is one held by more than a few pipe smokers.  However, some would say it's an
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The Pipe Nook on YouTube!

I've been a member of the YTPC, or YouTube Pipe Community, longer than the Pipe Nook has been around.  I discovered the YTPC while I was looking for tips on various pipe-related topics, and it can't be understated how important the
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Dagner Cob Poker and the Cobbit Series at The Pipe Nook!

It's no secret that I love my cobs.  I'm a proud member of the Corn Cob Nation, as well as the recently formed Cob Mob. And while only about 10% of my personal pipe collection is comprised of corn cob pipes, I find I reach for a cob
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Savinelli Series III Unfinished Pipes Now Available at The Pipe Nook!

Savinelli is my favorite maker of machined briar pipes.  The term "factory pipe" is used to describe pipes not made entirely by hand, typically in an assembly-line fashion.  However, I'm really hesitant to use that term for a
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What Pipe Tobaccos Should I Smoke?

It truly is a great time to be a pipe smoker! There has been a resurgence in recent years of the tobacco blending art, and many new blends have hit the scene. Not only that, but many blends that haven't been produced in years, sometimes
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Pipe Smoking 101 - How to Smoke a Pipe

Since I opened The Pipe Nook, I've had inquiries from many who don't yet smoke pipes, in regards to how to get into the hobby. While pipe smoking for me is the most enjoyable form of smoking, I have to admit that there is certainly a
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Why Smoke a Pipe?

I love starting the day with a few moments of quiet composure, gently smoking a pipe and sipping a cup of coffee.  It's a treasured time that I try to carve out each day to come up with a daily game plan and mentally prepare for the
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Missouri Meerschaum Pipes Now in Stock!

The Pipe Nook is pleased to present the newest addition to our shop:  Missouri Meershcaum Corn Cob Pipes!  These pipes have been made in Washington, Missouri since 1869 and are as American as Baseball and Apple Pie!  There
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The Pipe Nook is Now Open For Business!

The day has finally come--The Pipe Nook is officially underway!  It has taken much to get here, and I can't tell you how excited I am to finally be at this point, and able to offer you the caliber of smoking instruments that we have available!
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It Begins! A Bit About the Owner and the Store

 Hello, my name is Eddie Gray, and I want to thank you for visiting my site!  I've got some big plans in the works, but all journeys begin with just one step, and that's sort of what this first blog post means to me.  I encourage you
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