Re: Mysterious Egyptian Mu'essel
I stopped by the post office on the way to the train station and I can say that mu'essel Qalamoun comes wrapped in wax paper tied with a red ribbon and a little little bit of paper with some Arabic and a few numbers glued onto the side. Very old fashioned looking. It smells like a mix of cedar, molasses, mint and tobacco. I haven't tried it set since being away from home would mean smoking it out of my travel narghile and something this exotic requires a full sized rig.
When I get home i'll try and get one of those new style digital cameras and get a picture up along with a review.