Dimensions: 68 x 19 mm (2.68 x 0.75 in)
Obviously, the smallest of the family.
Entirely made of Briar, its function is like that of B-Humy ECO, the difference is a much bigger radiating surface, operation being more homogeneous right from the start and, therefore, clearly better!
Dimensions: 70 x 18 mm (2.76 x 0.71 in)
Dimensions: 88 x 23 mm (3.46 x 0.91 in)
Dimensions: 113 x 24 mm (4.45 x 0.94 in)
Entirely made of plexiglass, it features a clean and elegant design, the thickness of the used plexiglass used give it authority, robustness and shininess.
A cylinder made of Briar, cut at a 45-degree angle, placed on the lid, eases the opening operation without distorting the cleanliness of the shape, in fact introducing the real star, B-Humy!
Conceived for good tobacco stocks, it can also house small size cigars.
Dimensions: H 130 x Ø 150 mm (H 5.12 x Ø 5.91 in)
Entirely made of plexiglass, it’s the “bigger sister”, conceived to house 30 to 40 cigars depending on the format. These jars are the jewel of the crown of the B-Humy product line, ideal also to furnish the shelves of specialized tobacco shops that like to serve to their customers their own blends or simply the latest cigar.
Dimensions: H 210 x Ø 150 mm (H 8.27h x Ø 5.91 in)
The latest addition to the family, this set is conceived for all pipe or roll tobacco smokers.
Made of the best leather used by Claudio Albieri (www.claudioalbieri.com), entirely Made in Italy; it is lined with natural rubber for a better preservation of tobacco and a long duration of the pouch itself.
Included inside, you’ll find a B-Humy ECO that, hidden in your tobacco, will become your inseparable smoking partner.
Dimensions: 80 x 145 mm (3.15 x 5.71 in)
It’s Gabriele Dal Fiume’s forte (www.gabrielepipes.com/tamper), the 45° cut concept!
For all pipe smokers, none excluded!
This is one of the most brilliant improvements made for the pipe world in the latest years.
Featuring a terse and captivating design, it reduces maximum versatility to just three lines:
the thinnest part works as a spoon, to remove tobacco residue after smoking, it seems sharp, in fact it is deliberately smooth not to damage the pipe or its precious protective layer.
the thickest part is obviously the tamper, the 45° cut allows to press the tobacco with a higher pressure on the outside of the embers and more gently in the center, this leads to the formation of a sort of central “hill” that preserves the embers themselves by easing a perfect, centered and homogeneous combustion.
It’s no coincidence that it’s made entirely of wood, this way the tamper remains at ambient temperature, thus not cooling the embers, unlike tamper with a metal end… Those who compete in slow smoke competitions are well aware of this small but essential expedient!
While smoking it will be a precious help, for draft, combustion, temperature and final cleaning.
The types of wood used may change, research is always aimed at the most refined and resistant ones.
Please try it and let us know you impression!
Gabriele & Claudio