Originally Posted by TheHookah.com
Almost all apple flavors have some sort of spice to them however the anise is really kicked up with the Double Apple. What I was trying to say is that Nakhla Apple is closer to an apple taste that the Double Apple. Most Nakhla flavors are not very natural anyway so you hardly get the real fruit taste out of them. They are more candy-like.
yeah that's very true. Salloum Bahreny apple (egyptian apple) is the best spiced apple flavor I have had yet, and the apple flavor is very strong, the anise is a background flavor but cinnamon is also present. There's a plain Yellow Apple flavor (Tangiers), but I have yet to try a red apple flavor that is spiceless, which I would think would be fantastic.