A quick glance of this briar in profile might lead one to think it's simply a very nice deeply-bent, Danish-inspired Brandy, but once you actually pick it up and look closer, the amount of complexity that's at play here becomes much more evident. As self-contradicting as it might sound, the form and flow of briar and stem alike are extremely dynamic, but subtly so, with a smooth, organic, "S"-curve swimming motion following through the entire pipe from bit to leading edge.
It should also be noted that said stem is of a novel material: Juma. It is similar to traditional vulcanite in all aspects but one, albeit an important one - that it does not oxidize.
- Eric N. Squires