information about the product:
mouthpieces for Rosewood Long Churchwarden Pipes
2.05 oz/58 g net weight
Weight of the package: 7.05 lbs/200 g
Briar wood is used to make the churchwarden tobacco pipes.
Wooden churchwarden pipes have a number of advantages.
There is no random scent after heating, and it has minimal effect on smoke smell: wooden churchwarden pipes have only a minor effect on the original taste of tobacco, and they can keep the real color of tobacco. Many pipe smokers feel that Briarwood , might improve the flavor of tobacco combustion. Modern pipe tobacco contains more water than in the past due to processes such as blending and curing.
The water vaporizes after burning, and the water vapor condenses in the low-temperature handle and cigarette holder, lowering the smoking quality. The internal duct structure of churchwarden tobacco pipes absorbs water vapor, which absorbs the water vapor generated when the tobacco is burned to make the smoke drier, and the water storage structure absorbs the water vapor generated when the tobacco is burned to make the smoke drier.
Solid and long-lasting: churchwarden tobacco pipes are resistant to cracking and deformation following treatment.