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Charcoal is the spark of life in the world of hookah. Without heat we have no smoke and you’re just sucking air through a fancy pipe. These coals come in two major varieties: “Natural” and “Quick light“. Let’s start off with one very basic pointer. Your charcoal needs to be fully lit before it goes anywhere […]

First things first. I want to demystify the notion that people think that just because the front of the box reads “Easy Light”, that it automatically makes this coal “Quick Light”. There’s a BIG difference between “Easy Light” and “Quick Light” coal. This Al Fakher coal is a natural coal. it is made “Easy Light” […]

CocoBuzz 2.0 Charcoal Review I’ve been stuck on a few different types of charcoal for a while now and haven’t ventured outward because I was pretty happy with them and decided to stock up. I was recently gifted a box of CocoBuzz 2.0 Charcoal by a friend and it was time to give them a try. These coals are […]

Coconut charcoal has become the standard by which we judge all other charcoal and this is the brand that really started the movement. These coals were brought to the market in 2005 and were first introduced in Lebanon, but soon spread to the rest of the Middle East and was later brought to the USA. […]

Three kings coals are one of the oldest and most popular fast burning coals out there. Pros Fast lighting Very common in a lot of smoke shops Medium burn time

A disk style charcoal. Available in quick light and natural. The Quick light comes in 33mm and 40mm. The natural is only available in 40mm. Belgian Natural Charcoal Pros They light fairly quickly for a natural coal Long burning Little to no flavor Convenient and consistent disk shape Very little coal dust to make your […]

A disk shaped quick light charcoal. Made in Holland. Available in 33mm disks. Not to be confused with the Japanese made silver tab coals of the same name. Pros Lights faster than other natural coals No lighting chemicals Easily broken apart for sizing them to your bowl

This is a bit of an experiment that I ahve been wanting to run for a while. I finally got my hands on some Charcos charcoal and I wanted to see if it could be used for hookah. First, a little background. This brand of charcoal is designed for grilling but I was curious to […]'s Facebook Page's Twitter Profile's Instagram Profile's YouTube Channel's Google Plus Profile's Pinterest Page's Tumblr Page's LinkedIn Page's RSS Feed