Re: the difference of shisha
Some, however, will insist that there's a clear nominal distinction between modern, glycerin-based shisha and molasses-based shisha. That's why we have the terms shisha and moassel, which to some people don't mean the same thing.
Normal people don't care and just call it shisha, no matter what it's made of.
As for uh, the herbal shisha. There's some good stuff out there, flavor-wise. The prime example is Saalaam herbal shisha. The flavors are amazing but it's just not the same as smoking tobacco. At the end of a herbal session, I often feel unfulfilled (probably from the lack of nicotine) and start up a new bowl with actual tobacco. It's a cool novelty product, but most people won't smoke it on a regular basis.
Last edited by Dakins; July 6th, 2009 at 08:09 PM.