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Old May 16th, 2010, 01:46 PM
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Default Re: Layering and Mixing Shisha Flavors

Mizo Mint is extremely strong yet quite nice to smoke on its own like the Nakhla Cinnamon it also is just pure flavor.

The only time I do layering is when I smoke leftovers( not enough to fill a bowl on its own) eg have 3 different types of peach flavor left over (Nakhla Al Waha and El Sham) I would then layer them from the strongest to the weakest at the bottom and in order of heat resilience makes for a good smoke with slight change in flavor and helps utilize the coal fully as the coal burns down the the more heat sensitive tobacco responds and produces flavor. Thus giving a nice smoke without harshness.
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