- I bought Nov.02.98 from Clive Humm an affordable Danish Refbjerg.
- This one is a sandblasted "apple" and appears to be quite a puffer!
- Especially regarding to its price (40 £) it seems a good bargain.
- I have puffed one half filled bowl on it today. The Plantation Evening
- was burnt to dry ashes and I used a cleaner just once while smoking.
- "Precarbonized", but not among the baddest I have noticed this far.
- The future will show if this smallish apple shall turn out to be as
- good a pal as it seems at present.
- Clive writes about Refbjerg: "I think that he is one of the best-kept
- secrets in pipesmoking".
- Read Clive's words about Søren Refjberg Rasmussen.
- Søren is again one of those many guys making or puffing pipes, who has
- fishing as hobby. Still one reason more to value the Refbjerg pipes.
- The sandblasted apple by Refbjerg seen from right
Refbjerg from the left
- The sandblasted apple viewed from the top
My second Refbjerg, a straight billiard from 10.12.98
An elegant creation by Refbjerg with a Cumberland
- My pipe and fishing friend Tapio visited in Dec. 10. We eat mutton steak,
- which we rinsed down with excellent Fuller & Marston ales. Later in the
- evening we exchanged gifts. Tapio gave me this new, smooth billiard by
- Refbjerg. Oh, was I happy! I had to fill it with Escudo and light it
- carefully using two matches, i.e. the charring light. Soon I was enjoying
- the cool, smooth and mellow puffs which the the wonderful combination of
- Escudo and the new Refbjerg presented me. This will become a really good
- puffer, that I am sure of. Every time I fill it I'll remember my good friend
- Tapio! My warm thanks to you! I hope your new Castello Chimney will have
- a good draught as well. ;)
Søren uses a beautiful letter "R" as his logo on the
stem. The Cumberland lucite is clearly seen here.
Castello from Cantu, Italy
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