Nakhla Tobacco established in 1913 is manufactured in Egypt and is available in a variety of traditional flavors. It is the preferred choice of tobacco from long-time veteran smokers because of it's high nicotine and heavy smoke.
I noticed there was a review that mentioned the zaghloul flavor. That flavor of tobacco is a flavor that uses almost no juices. The idea is to densely overpack the bowl and put the coals directly on the shisha. The coals will char the top layer of the tobacco into what becomes its own "foil." (15-25 minutes of coals cooking top shisha BEFORE smoking. Do not rotate coals at any point in the session) Then, smoke the hookah lightly for the remainder of the coals life. You should get very light smoke from the inhalations. If you get heavy smoke you are burning the shisha and it will be very harsh and unbearable. The flavor and experience is meant to resemble that of a cigar and concentrate on the flavor of the charred tobacco. I hope this helps.