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What Pipe or Pipe Tobacco Did You Smoke Today? [pics]

Sid.Stavros

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My only problem with Sid is that his coffee cup is WAY too small.
In Grecce the serve the double espresso in a bigger cup thus many times the coffe surface can not bee seen in the picture. The coffee in the above photo is single Greek [boiled in briki] and served in afternoon that's why is in small cup. Double cooffee after 6pm will bring insomnia to me. :)








F&K Merde de Cheval.
 
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Nice the tobacco blend but nicer the knife! Are hand made from you?
This shape of knife is called leuku. It is from Finland and it is made by a company called Puukkojunkkari.

My father collects knives, and often gives them as gifts. However, I admired this one so much, it is the only knife I ever asked for.
 

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Solani White & Black.


Sid, is that a glass of water, or ouzo? ;)
It's water my dear sir as the traditions orders, it's "against the rules" to drink alcohol together with the coffee. If you mix water [plain or ice cube] with ouzo then immediately will become "cloudy" that's why the newbies drink it this way or someone who don't want something strong. :)
You can see people from the neighbour countries of Greece drinking ouzo [straight] with coffee in the morning but these are alcoholics or have absolutely no idea of the meaning of boiled coffee.
 
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