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Celebrating over 20 years in business!
Each month we will feature a churchwarden pipe at a great price!
For the month of June we are featuring our Mage Necromancer pipe.
This package will include our matching stand & tamper with brass pick. You'll also receive a pack of 50 pipe cleaners, gift set, pipe tool, and our new leather tobacco pouch.
Take advantage of this great deal!
Pipe Care Tips
A well maintained smoking pipe will last a lifetime. The most important thing to do when you are done smoking your pipe is to blow forcefully into the stem (you will want to do this outside). This blows any resin inside the pipe's draft holes back into the bowl. This is great for two reasons...
There’s not enough room in a brief review to give an accurate description of Morta Wood. I suggest that a brief study be made as it’s so very interesting.
The pipe appears well made and draws as well as way more expensive examples! Aesthetically it might be referred to as a travel companion more “handy” than a traditionally longer stem Churchwarden.
The pipe aficionado will find Morta Wood an interesting smoking experience. Enjoy one in your rotation.
I've only been pipe smoking for a year now and this is my first Macqueen and it truly makes me feel like I've finally been introduced to pipe smoking properly! The feel the performance the nostalgia! Its almost impossible not too reference a certain dwarf when using this pipe! I introduced a certain Wizard I know to pipe smoking and he's already got quite the collection from you guys in a very short amount of time and he only makes me more excited to start my own collection of Macqueen Pipes! Thank you for everything you guys do for the pipe smoking community
The Best Pipe Ever
This is, by far, the best pipe I've ever had. It's high quality and smokes really well. I highly recommend MacQueen. I will definitely come back!
A Great Rustic Tamper With Character!
Y'know, I'm sure some would say they could just make this themselves. It's just wood and some waxed hemp wick but...it's such an inexpensive tamper with some great character that I see no reason to NOT buy one. As a matter of fact, I bought two!
Something to note is that if you want to use the angled end as a tamper so as to not tamp out the ember, this works great and the wick, even if you don't use it to light your pipe, looks great wrapped around the tamper. It's such a complimentary piece if you want a more rustic styled tamper to go with your Wizard or really ANY pipe you own. You just can't go wrong with how it looks, functions or feels