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Diplomat Corn Cob Pipe

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$11.69

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Now I'm Sophisticated Review by Tom Horn
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Don't tell my wife, she'll want me to shave. What a beautiful bent apple. Smokes great, looks like a prince. I feel suave, and lusty, upper-crusty smoking this fine Missouri Meerschaum. You could smoke Lucifer's Virginia out of this thing, and not burn your fingers, with the nice thick walls of the bowl. Highly recommended. (Posted on 4/22/2016)
My favourite pipe Review by Bolshie
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I've been smoking pipes here in the UK since the 1970s, and have racks full of briars, meers and every other type of pipe. But I smoke my apple-bowled, bent-stemmed Diplomat every single day. Try it with a fill of Dunhill Navy Rolls - you won't be disappointed. It sits so well in the hand; it fills and lights so easily; like all the Missouri range, it burns cool all the way down, every single time. I own several much more expensive pipes - I don't own a better pipe. I think the low price puts people off sometimes - they think cobs must be inferior to sell for so little. But like many smokers, I actually find the smoking quality to be superior to other types of material. Long may this great company continue to produce these beautiful, bargain pipes! (Posted on 1/21/2016)
Easy Traveler Review by Justin
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Before I received one of these pipes I thought that it was just a Country Gentleman without a dark finish. This is not the case. The pipe is lighter and a little smaller overall. I got a gift set with both the Apple and the 5th Avenue. The bent Apple gives you a solid 30-minute smoke and the 5th Avenue can go for almost 45 minutes if packed correctly. The shank and the bowl walls are not as think as the Country Gentleman, but that only makes it easier to smoke and clinch. Although many say that these pipes do not need a break-in period, I think that a 3 bowl gradual fill helps the performance in the long run. That is to say, fill the bowl 1/3 full, 2/3 full, and then 3/3 full for the first 3 smokes. During the first couple of smokes I do get a taste of wood at the end of the smoke, but that goes away after the carbon has been distributed in the break-in period. After that you have a great pipe that you do not have to worry about. You can simply smoke; and that is the purpose of all this in the first place! (Posted on 10/9/2015)
My favorite pipe so far Review by Steve
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I have one of these and it is the first pipe that i grab. I love it. Smokes great, with or without the filter. Absolutely worth the money! (Posted on 8/25/2015)
Great Product. Review by Steve
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I have been a pipe smoker for over 48 years and have only recently discovered the joy of smoking MM cob pipes. These are honestly the best smoking pipes to be had, regardless of price. I have many briar pipes in my collection that now sit idle while my cobs are smoked every day. The cool dry smoke from a Diplomat, Mark Twain, or Country Gentleman really allow one to enjoy the flavor of the chosen tobacco. Hats off to Missouri Meerschaum for continuing the legacy of a great American product. (Posted on 4/24/2015)
This one's great! Review by Pancho Petrov
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I have the 5th Avenue model of the Diplomat pipe. I really appreciate the form of the pipe. A very fine pipe! (Posted on 3/31/2015)
Superior smoking experience Review by Hippiebrian
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The 5th Avenue is my favorite pipe bar none. While I love the others, this one just fits in my hand nice, is a sitter (no need to carry a stand) and just smokes like a dream! I have several mid price (150-250 bucks) briars that now just sit while I smoke my MM's. Quit doddling! Buy a couple. They are less than a tin of tobacco and will be the best pipe related purchase of your life, I promise! (Posted on 8/15/2014)
excellent smoker Review by puddle
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Got into smoking corn cobs just by chance. I had always smoked briar pipes. I enjoy hunting and fishing and didn't want to risk breaking one of my more expensive pipes. So I ordered a diplomat. And as it turns out, I would rather smoke corn cobs than my briars most of the time. I would suggest that MM should offer all of their pipes with the option of a darker stained bowl, like the Country Gentleman and Patriot. (Posted on 2/26/2014)
great pipe Review by fatboy
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Got this and a Country Gent for my birthday and I love them both.This fat pipe holds a good amount of tobacco in the larger bowl, and its size fits well in a large hand. The thickness of the bowl is impressive and insures it will last years and years. I have the apple and it is a little big to carry in the teeth but feels so comfortable in the grip. My briars are gettin dusty now, and the cobs have become my favorites for every day smoking. Cobs absorb moisture and displace it so quickly I can smoke them all day. (Posted on 10/24/2013)
Old Briar Review by Rod0559
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After years of being a briar smoker y decided to try one of this "curious" corn cob pipes. Mi first buy were 2 Diplomats (an apple and a diplomat). WOW!!! my new MMs have been a revelation. Cold, dry an delicious smoke. Now I have one of each, and more on the way.
So much money spend in expensive briars, I don't regret, but now 90% of my smoking goes to my MM corn cobs.
You have another fanatic on your huge list.
If you have any doubt, it's worth trying for $9 or less. (Posted on 10/18/2013)

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Now I'm Sophisticated Review by Tom Horn
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Don't tell my wife, she'll want me to shave. What a beautiful bent apple. Smokes great, looks like a prince. I feel suave, and lusty, upper-crusty smoking this fine Missouri Meerschaum. You could smoke Lucifer's Virginia out of this thing, and not burn your fingers, with the nice thick walls of the bowl. Highly recommended. (Posted on 4/22/2016)
My favourite pipe Review by Bolshie
Quality
Price
Value
I've been smoking pipes here in the UK since the 1970s, and have racks full of briars, meers and every other type of pipe. But I smoke my apple-bowled, bent-stemmed Diplomat every single day. Try it with a fill of Dunhill Navy Rolls - you won't be disappointed. It sits so well in the hand; it fills and lights so easily; like all the Missouri range, it burns cool all the way down, every single time. I own several much more expensive pipes - I don't own a better pipe. I think the low price puts people off sometimes - they think cobs must be inferior to sell for so little. But like many smokers, I actually find the smoking quality to be superior to other types of material. Long may this great company continue to produce these beautiful, bargain pipes! (Posted on 1/21/2016)
Easy Traveler Review by Justin
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Value
Quality
Before I received one of these pipes I thought that it was just a Country Gentleman without a dark finish. This is not the case. The pipe is lighter and a little smaller overall. I got a gift set with both the Apple and the 5th Avenue. The bent Apple gives you a solid 30-minute smoke and the 5th Avenue can go for almost 45 minutes if packed correctly. The shank and the bowl walls are not as think as the Country Gentleman, but that only makes it easier to smoke and clinch. Although many say that these pipes do not need a break-in period, I think that a 3 bowl gradual fill helps the performance in the long run. That is to say, fill the bowl 1/3 full, 2/3 full, and then 3/3 full for the first 3 smokes. During the first couple of smokes I do get a taste of wood at the end of the smoke, but that goes away after the carbon has been distributed in the break-in period. After that you have a great pipe that you do not have to worry about. You can simply smoke; and that is the purpose of all this in the first place! (Posted on 10/9/2015)
My favorite pipe so far Review by Steve
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Value
Quality
I have one of these and it is the first pipe that i grab. I love it. Smokes great, with or without the filter. Absolutely worth the money! (Posted on 8/25/2015)
Great Product. Review by Steve
Price
Value
Quality
I have been a pipe smoker for over 48 years and have only recently discovered the joy of smoking MM cob pipes. These are honestly the best smoking pipes to be had, regardless of price. I have many briar pipes in my collection that now sit idle while my cobs are smoked every day. The cool dry smoke from a Diplomat, Mark Twain, or Country Gentleman really allow one to enjoy the flavor of the chosen tobacco. Hats off to Missouri Meerschaum for continuing the legacy of a great American product. (Posted on 4/24/2015)
This one's great! Review by Pancho Petrov
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Price
Value
I have the 5th Avenue model of the Diplomat pipe. I really appreciate the form of the pipe. A very fine pipe! (Posted on 3/31/2015)
Superior smoking experience Review by Hippiebrian
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Price
Value
The 5th Avenue is my favorite pipe bar none. While I love the others, this one just fits in my hand nice, is a sitter (no need to carry a stand) and just smokes like a dream! I have several mid price (150-250 bucks) briars that now just sit while I smoke my MM's. Quit doddling! Buy a couple. They are less than a tin of tobacco and will be the best pipe related purchase of your life, I promise! (Posted on 8/15/2014)
excellent smoker Review by puddle
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Got into smoking corn cobs just by chance. I had always smoked briar pipes. I enjoy hunting and fishing and didn't want to risk breaking one of my more expensive pipes. So I ordered a diplomat. And as it turns out, I would rather smoke corn cobs than my briars most of the time. I would suggest that MM should offer all of their pipes with the option of a darker stained bowl, like the Country Gentleman and Patriot. (Posted on 2/26/2014)
great pipe Review by fatboy
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Price
Value
Got this and a Country Gent for my birthday and I love them both.This fat pipe holds a good amount of tobacco in the larger bowl, and its size fits well in a large hand. The thickness of the bowl is impressive and insures it will last years and years. I have the apple and it is a little big to carry in the teeth but feels so comfortable in the grip. My briars are gettin dusty now, and the cobs have become my favorites for every day smoking. Cobs absorb moisture and displace it so quickly I can smoke them all day. (Posted on 10/24/2013)
Old Briar Review by Rod0559
Quality
Price
Value
After years of being a briar smoker y decided to try one of this "curious" corn cob pipes. Mi first buy were 2 Diplomats (an apple and a diplomat). WOW!!! my new MMs have been a revelation. Cold, dry an delicious smoke. Now I have one of each, and more on the way.
So much money spend in expensive briars, I don't regret, but now 90% of my smoking goes to my MM corn cobs.
You have another fanatic on your huge list.
If you have any doubt, it's worth trying for $9 or less. (Posted on 10/18/2013)

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