Watch our "GettingThe Most Out Of Your Corn Cob Pipe" Video Series on Youtube


15 comments:

MotionFur said...

Well, I've been watching your videos for a little bit now, finally got a couple corn cobs and smoked the first one tonight. It was very nice.

Drew said...

I've watched all of these and got some good info. Thanks for your expertise!

Aristocob said...

Thanks Drew, glad to hear it and it was nice of you to comment.

ed said...

I just (finally lol) got my 2 new aristocob pipes. I just started smoking a pipe this year 2010, a Peterson my wife bought me for xmas. I bought 2 aristocobs to augment my peterson on its offday. I gotta tell you, a novice I may be, but this corncob pipe on breakin day makes the whole pipe smoking experience to die for compared to my Peterson. Thanks so much! Please pray for my daughter Laura.

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Allan said...

Scott:
I was watching one of the videos where you talk about "to cut off or not, cut off" the internal portion of the pipe stem. I have a Freehand of a plaque that I bought 25 years ago, (metal plaque on wood). Well the stem, inside the bowl is already cut flush with the inside. Are they still made that way?

Aristocob said...

Allan, That's odd. Every Freehand I've ever seen has the stem in the bottom of the chamber. I' just double checked our inventory and yep, they all have it too. Has it just burned away? Scott

Allan said...

Scott:
The Freehand is NOT burned away. I just lit it for the first time the other day, after I found it among my stored items. It smokes great, I love the look. I guess over the years they laser engraved the plaques instead of the brass. and stopped cutting the stems inside the bowl. (I bought it on a trip to Silver Dollar City in 1985)

cbyancy said...

I just purchased over 30 new corn cob pipes at auction. I wanted to find out how to tell the age of the pipes. It came on a display that reads Smoker's Choice Genuine Missouri Cob Pipes. This display holds 24 pipes and has price range on the display from $.89 to $1.98. I do belive the pipes are at least 30 - 50yrs old or even older

Thanks

Matthew said...

I liked your video on the Medico Pipe Filters. It cleared up alot of questions I had about the filters I use in my corn cob pipe. What I found interesting was about the tobacco flavor muting effect, which I didn't think about until I looked your video.

Anonymous said...

Sir, what is your biggest traditional shape bowl? (I don't like the look of the long General/Macarthur)

Scott (Aristocob) said...

Far and away our most popular pipes are the Gentleman, the Generals and the Diplomats.

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