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    After looking high and low for SG FVF and Chocolate Flake, finally found it in stock at Pipes and Cigars...

    Can't wait!

    Edit: I should contain my excitement until I get shipping confirmation huh? :)
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    Arrgh! I just did my April order!

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    Hmmm...this bears investigation.
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    I just got my April order as well, so I just jumped the gun on my May order.

    Gotta get while the gettin's good.

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    Ouch. The shipping is killing me $25 for two tins.

    I mean, at that rate, it's almost the same as what I'd pay up here, but the risk of getting dinged by customs makes me leery of ordering a larger amount to justify the shipping costs. I know I've had success with 4noggins and Cup'o'Joes in the past, so I might just have to stick with them.
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    Too bad...:(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Price View Post
    I just got my April order as well, so I just jumped the gun on my May order.
    I hear gun jumping will be in this years Olympics - I expect to meet you gents in the heats

    I make it a rule not to have more than one order "in flight" at a time. So anyway, I'm currently waiting for two to arrive...

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    Anyone know how often stock comes in like this on the SG tobacco? Should I hoard even more???

    Or to put it another way, how many of what are you guys ordering?
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    Just like to say that yesterday I walked past my local B&M that has loads of SG and G&H on the shelves and I didn't even go in!

    There again, it's all relative as we can't easily get any of the wonderful American blenders stuff, McClelland being my favourite!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentos View Post
    Anyone know how often stock comes in like this on the SG tobacco? Should I hoard even more???

    Or to put it another way, how many of what are you guys ordering?
    I've only been following it for a few months, but I've rarely seen it in stock during that time frame, and then only for a short while. As it only gets better with age, I'd say hoarding stocking your cellar is a good path to follow.


    I use the "free shipping" rule - I am allowing myself a $100 budget every month until I get my stock up to where I want it. (Yes, this is May's order already, but as mentioned I am a card-carrying member of the U.S. Olympic gun jumping team. Wish us luck in London this year.) My basket ended up with 4 tins of FVF and enough things to get to the free shipping threshold (although I've been wanting to try Grousemoor and somehow forgot to put that in the basket).
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    Recently Samuel Gawith has been loading up their 18th century schooners and setting sail for the new world about 4 times a year. Usually they make it, however occasionally they fall pray to Pirates, Latvians, and Krackens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander Quan View Post
    Recently Samuel Gawith has been loading up their 18th century schooners and setting sail for the new world about 4 times a year. Usually they make it, however occasionally they fall pray to Pirates, Latvians, and Krackens.
    Hmm...pirates.... So anybody wanna take a little "field trip" the next time they shove off? What's the standard equipment for hijacking a a tobacco boat nowadays? A couple rocket launchers, a dozen A-Ks. & maybe some dynamite??

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    Quote Originally Posted by nrdoty View Post
    Hmm...pirates.... So anybody wanna take a little "field trip" the next time they shove off? What's the standard equipment for hijacking a a tobacco boat nowadays? A couple rocket launchers, a dozen A-Ks. & maybe some dynamite??

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    FYI to US residents, JR Cigars has most of the SG varieties for $8.95 a tin verses $11 a tin at Pipes and cigars, and the shipping is a $5 flat rate.
    JR's also offers a 10% military discount to all orders shipped to military addresses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blade Boy View Post
    FYI to US residents, JR Cigars has most of the SG varieties for $8.95 a tin verses $11 a tin at Pipes and cigars, and the shipping is a $5 flat rate.
    So if I double up I'll come out ahead somehow, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blade Boy View Post
    FYI to US residents, JR Cigars has most of the SG varieties for $8.95 a tin verses $11 a tin at Pipes and cigars, and the shipping is a $5 flat rate.
    Do they have it in stock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite View Post
    Do they have it in stock?
    When I checked last night (4/12) they did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blade Boy View Post
    FYI to US residents, JR Cigars has most of the SG varieties for $8.95 a tin verses $11 a tin at Pipes and cigars, and the shipping is a $5 flat rate.
    JR's also offers a 10% military discount to all orders shipped to military addresses.

    Thanks- I was going to order from P&G, but for the price of 3 there I can get 4 at JR

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