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Kaywoodie Yacht Export

This was the other pipe that I got along with the Italian Kaywoodie previously described. I unfortunately broke the stem on this one some time ago, and when I got it back from the shop, the cloverleaf had fallen/been knocked out. I also received an additional plain stem, as compensation, I suppose. This shape is what Kaywoodie called a "Yacht," which is basically just a 1/8 bent dublin. The "export" pipes were what Kaywoodie called those pipes made with a traditional push-stem. No screw-in fitment, no condensor gadget. I'm still having some problems with this one, but I think it's because I've always tried to smoke latakia blends in it. I'm going to have to try some Perique blends and see how it goes.