Churchwarden Irish Pipe
Peterson of Dublin
James Joyce smoked a Peterson.
So did Mark Twain.
As did practically every major politician and industrialist.
Churchwarden Irish Pipe (No. 2512). The famous “Peterson System.” Graduated bore in the mouthpiece makes the suction applied by the smoker 15 times weaker by the time it reaches the tobacco chamber. On this particular shape, extra long length of the mouthpiece ensures the coolest smoke possible. It’s made of textured briarwood (looks like tree bark), grown in the Mediterranean.
Albert Einstein said, “I believe that pipe smoking contributes to a somewhat calm and objective judgement in all human affairs.”
Might be a good thing to have. Ireland.