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Old May 17th, 2010, 06:54 PM
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Default Re: Shisha in the fridge?

No containers you are going to use are actually air tight and the fridge uses a compressor to cool the air that also draws out moisture. Hookah tobacco relies on very volatile essences and flavors to actually taste like anything and those could be lost if the tobacco is kept in an environment like that.

Modern hookah tobacco has lots f preservative in it that make sure it does not grow anything unpleasant or go bad. Very old style tobaccos with nothing like that can sometimes get nasty if sealed improperly but I have hookah tobacco that is three years old and is still perfectly fine.
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