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What Is A Shisha?






     A hookah (uqqa, which in Arabic means small box, jar or jug), shisha (Shishe in Persian meaning glass), or narguile (in Persian nàrgil meaning coconut), is a traditional smoking hookah, also known as hookah or kalian. It is a pipe containing water in its base, a suction tube, the aroma container which is covered with aluminum foil, an on top of which are placed the pieces of coal. It is used mainly in North Africa, from Morocco to Egypt.
In Turkey, its use is generally offered in cultural cafes; in Istanbul for instance the Kulturnargile cafe, where customers go to drink tea, coffee, play backgammon or do other typical activities and they choose the taste from a menu. The customers choose different flavors such as apple, orange, coffee and cappuccino. There are also plenty of restaurants between the continents of Europe and Asia, which use other aromatic components like a mixture of molasses, lemon and even exotic flavors after eight. It has become very common in Egypt. In this country there are many flavors to try because there’s a wide variety of common together with exotic flavors.
There are different types of hookah, but overall the shape is similar to that of a glass water, not too big or too small, a metal tube with an elongated funnel, and the top is a piece of clay with holes (cup) in which is placed the hookah tobacco and on top the coal. On the other space of the bottle neck the nozzles that don’t touch the water.
The Narguile contains hot water, and it can be made of different materials such as glass, ceramic or metal. Above the container is the slightly moist hookah tobacco specially prepared for narguile. The tömbeki snuff is prepared by resting the snuff in a special liquid for almost half the day. Before preparing, the leaves should be carefully drained and the Tömbeki tobacco is wrapped with a bigger wet snuff leaf making a cigar. The coal is placed directly on snuff.
The hookah parts are the bowl, where the tobacco is put and over it the coal, the Ser, a metal tube that connects the bowl of water with the base; Shishe, the base; Marpuch, the hose where smoke is aspired; the Sipsi, nozzle, plastic disposable nozzles is recommended.
Water pipes are manufactured in a variety of designs in which substances smoke passes through water “bubbling” before being inhaled.

A hookah (uqqa, which in Arabic means small box, jar or jug), shisha (Shishe in Persian meaning glass), or narguile (in Persian nàrgil meaning coconut), is a traditional smoking hookah, also known as hookah or kalian. It is a pipe containing water in its base, a suction tube, the aroma container which is covered with aluminum foil, an on top of which are placed the pieces of coal. It is used mainly in North Africa, from Morocco to Egypt.
In Turkey, its use is generally offered in cultural cafes; in Istanbul for instance the Kulturnargile cafe, where customers go to drink tea, coffee, play backgammon or do other typical activities and they choose the taste from a menu. The customers choose different flavors such as apple, orange, coffee and cappuccino. There are also plenty of restaurants between the continents of Europe and Asia, which use other aromatic components like a mixture of molasses, lemon and even exotic flavors after eight. It has become very common in Egypt. In this country there are many flavors to try because there’s a wide variety of common together with exotic flavors.
There are different types of hookah, but overall the shape is similar to that of a glass water, not too big or too small, a metal tube with an elongated funnel, and the top is a piece of clay with holes (cup) in which is placed the hookah tobacco and on top the coal. On the other space of the bottle neck the nozzles that don’t touch the water.
The Narguile contains hot water, and it can be made of different materials such as glass, ceramic or metal. Above the container is the slightly moist hookah tobacco specially prepared for narguile. The tömbeki snuff is prepared by resting the snuff in a special liquid for almost half the day. Before preparing, the leaves should be carefully drained and the Tömbeki tobacco is wrapped with a bigger wet snuff leaf making a cigar. The coal is placed directly on snuff.
The hookah parts are the bowl, where the tobacco is put and over it the coal, the Ser, a metal tube that connects the bowl of water with the base; Shishe, the base; Marpuch, the hose where smoke is aspired; the Sipsi, nozzle, plastic disposable nozzles is recommended.
Water pipes are manufactured in a variety of designs in which substances smoke passes through water “bubbling” before being inhaled.






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