A smoking pipe is a device used for
smoking tobacco. The smoking pipe typically consists of a small
chamber (the bowl) for the combustion of the tobacco to be smoked
and a thin stem (shank) that ends in a mouthpiece (the bit).
The bowls of tobacco pipes are commonly made of briar, corncob,
meerschaum, and clay. Less common are cherrywood, olivewood, maple,
mesquite, and oak. Generally a dense-grained wood is ideal. Minerals
such as catlinite and soapstone have also been used. Clay may make
up the entire pipe or just the bowl. Many pipes are carved with a
great deal of artistry.
Simply put, because it
affords a unique smoking experience. Meerschaum is the most
flavorful and beautiful pipe you can own.
Acts as a filter,
absorbs tobacco tars and nicotine, and yields a most satisfying
Meerschaum smokes cool and dry with a
flavor unrivaled by any other pipe.
As it ages, meerschaum colors a rich
honey-brown, improving both in appearance and taste.
Meerschaum Pipes - with a minimum of
proper care - will last for a lifetime. They will not burn out as
Meerschaum - one of the most purest
substances found in nature.
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