Originally Posted by uglybiker
... over time, the sugars in the molasses crystalize and that's what makes the shisha dry and hard. ...
I can buy that theory, but why is that Zag is (apparently) always
dry and hard when purchased new? Do you suppose that because it isn't very popular that it always ends up drying out, or is it purposely sold in this condition?
And if it is purposely sold this way, is there maybe a reason behind it that is somehow lost to the general hookah smoking public?