Originally Posted by ZenSilk
Nice post. I think of tangiers as a Homebrew compared to other tobacco. Sometimes, based on factors you can't control, you get off flavors or just get a messed up batch. With Large Breweries though, they have the ability to pasteurize large amounts of beer, knocking out all infection and ability for it to develop off flavors and giving it the perfect taste you love, only without the LOVE.
Well said .. that actually makes a lot of sense. I agree Tangiers is a homebrew .. I understand Tangiers has quite a following because of his internet presence as a moderator on another hookah forum. In a position like that, you can't help but to love the big guy and his product. He is worshipped there
That is how I got started trying out his product my first couple of times. I have nothing but nice things to say about him, he seems very helpful. I even spoke to him on the phone once.
This is another forum and Members here have freedom of opinion. If someone wants to state their opinion that it smells like BBQ or is a hassle to smoke .. then that is their opinion, let them have their opinion. Personally I would like to find a few enjoyable flavors from his brand, but I haven't been having any luck. So I just stick to the mass hookah tobacco producers because with them you just open, pack, and smoke
That is why I like Nakhla so much .. they have been producing for a long time and produce on a much grander scale!
But like I said earlier .. I am going to try a few more in 2010
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