Ya Layl Shisha
The origins of shisha can be traced back to India as far back at the early 16th century, where a very early version was based on the coconut shell. The tradition of passing flavored tobacco smoke through water to cool and purify it quickly spread to Americas, Europe, Australia, Middle East and Asia. The current design of shisha pipe was perfected in Turkey a few centuries ago, and has changed little since. The act of smoking shisha is synonymous with relaxation and socialization. It allows one time to think; it creates a moment for relaxed contemplation. It is also deal for enjoying the company of others as you sit together and share a hookah.
Shisha or Hookah tobacco is unique: it is completely unlike that found in cigarettes. It is made from a blend of fruit flavors and freshly-cut, clean tobacco leaves. The water in the Shisha effectively cools and filters the smoke, making it smooth and light (although, as in all forms of smoking, it can be harmful). By adding some ice cubes to the water, the smoke becomes cooler and even more flavorful.
It is essential to keep shisha pipes spotlessly clean and to change the water every time you use it. When you smoke Shisha, you’re not only enjoying bold and long-lasting flavor, you’re paying homage to a centuries-old tradition whereby the enjoyment of quality flavored tobacco is deeply entrenched in an atmosphere of elegance, relaxation and socialization.