finally forced myself to do a review on this flavor that I initially bought to mix with NAK's fakhfakhina coffee, but after smoking that, it made me distance myself from doing so. but, this isn't half bad. way better than NAK's fakh coffee. well happy smoking guys.
definitely not my favorite flavor, but it isn't bad. kind of a relaxation flavor. good for mixing with overly sweet flavors as kind of a balancer, and good for a base flavor at the bottom of the bowl with flavors in the similar "dull" category, if you will. happy smoking guys.
my other video on this flavor shows me not really caring for this flavor. I wanted to do this video just to update those who give a shit, (which is probly no one haha), that this flavor is growing on me. happy smoking.
this is sort of an experiment, as this is the first time I've this exact mix. with a 50/15/35 mix, (50% AF mint, 15% AF orange, and 35% NAK mizo mint), this mix makes for a nice, refreshing smoke, with 2 mints on the inhale, and a light orange on the exhale. if you like mint and/or citrus smokes, try this mix out.
also, I forgot to mention that I was using Coco Jamras. oops.
happy smoking guys.
not my everyday smoke, but it is a good cinnamon smoke. just imagine filling your lungs with Big Red, but, in smoke form. if you like cinnamon flavors, and/or Big Red, you'll enjoy this. if you don't, then you won't. happy smoking either way.
figured I'd do a review for NAKs chocomint from their Sheherazade line since I did mint chocolate chill from Fumari in my last review. pretty tasty flavor, but I wish it was more of a dark chocolate tone than a milk chocolate tone, which is what I taste. need any help with packing methods, heat management, or questions in general for Nakhla, just let me know. happy smoking.