THE SHERLOCK HOLMES
PIPE CLUB OF BOSTON












Keeping The Smoking Lamp Lit Since 1989

October 2022

 The October meeting will be held at Peretti's of Boston. 

Get there between 5:00 PM & 6:00 PM
(or whenver you can)

 

President's Message

Hi Folks,

There will be no presidents message and no tobacco raffle this month (unless Tom surprizes us with something which is entirely possible).

The October meeting will be held at Peretti's starting sometime between 5 and 6 PM.  We hope to see you there.

We will also hold off on Chapter 3 of the Case of the Dublicitous Palette until next month.

Take care all and Happy Fall!!



The Case of the Duplicitous Pallete

by Ernie Whitenack

Previously:

“I’m fine, Allan. I’m concerned that I’m overstepping my authority with this copied art thing. Matt told me to take one day and then send a Cablegram to Sullivan. My gut tells me this is a massive international operation we’re looking at. Actually, it’s not a swindle. By all reports, the copies are nearly perfect. They are, however, copies of stolen art. I think the one the New York FBI is looking into is just the beginning of a worldwide effort to sell many copies of various ripped-off artworks. I will eventually have to tell Matt what I’m doing. Either I’m correct, or I’m fired.”

“You’ve never been wrong since I’ve known you,” Allan said. “If you don’t trust your judgment on this one, drop it now and send the cable. If Frank Gray feeds you anything to substantiate your intuition, you can always pick it up again. If I were you, I’d keep it to myself for a while longer. At least until Frank contacts you.”

September 2022's Tobacco Raffle

This month we have tins from two of the oldest tobacco houses - James Fox and Robert Lewis.
 
James J. Fox Provost Mixture
James J. Fox Provost Mixture is a blend that has around for over a century, and is a very traditional type of English Cavendish blend. Made of select Virginias and toasted Cavendish, it has more flavor and strength than the contents would indicate. Some people notice a faint hint of Latakia, though that's not described in the contents, and may be the result of the fire-curing of the Cavendish.
 
Robert Lewis' Orcilla Mixture
Robert Lewis' Orcilla Mixture is a classic Oriental pipe tobacco mixture, featuring Turkish leaf, Latakia, Virginias, and a touch of Perique in a ribbon-cut blend. A favorite among pipe smokers for over a century, Orcilla Mixture is exceptionally smooth and balanced — perfect as the first smoke of the day.
 

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Pipe and Tobacco Podcasts

Country Squire Radio
countrysquirelogoA weekly podcast about all things pipes and tobacco.  Beau and Jon David have a great chemistry and keep you entertained every week. Check their website for show times. They mix it up a lot YouTube  |  Website
(1:00 PM Eastern Time)

PipesMagazine Radio Show
PMag radio show logoA different interview every week with Brian Levine a well known member of the tobacco industry.  Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!       iTunes  |  Website
(Live Tuesday evenings 8 PM )

Pipe and Tamper Pipecast
PMag radio show logoA Podcast for the Tobacco Pipe Enthusiast. Interviews with pipe carvers and industry influencers. Quick tobacco reviews and segments on pipes and tobaccos. New episodes are available on the 1st and 15th of every month.     iTunes  |  Website

Sherlock Holmes Podcasts

I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere (IHOSE)
IHOSElogoA delightful way to spend an evening with Holmes as your affable co hosts Scott Monty and Burt Wolder share their unique perspectives and sense of humor. Find out more than you ever thought possible about the greatest pipe smoker that never lived.

Shows come out twice a month. iTunes  |  Website

Sherlock Holmes: Trifles
Trifles Cover smFrom the producers of the I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere podcast, Trifles is a 15-minute, weekly audio program where Scott & Burt discuss something related to the Canon.
Have you ever stopped to wonder about why Dr. Watson was called James by his wife? Or of Sherlock Holmes's dining habits? Or what happened when he let a criminal escape? Answers to these questions and more await in Trifles, a weekly podcast about details in the Sherlock Holmes stories. iTunes  |  Website

Pipe & Tobacco Episodes:    Episode 71 | Episode 83

Trifles artwork created by Tom Richmond


Keeping the smoking lamp lit since 1989