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There are lots hookah tobacco companies in the market today each with their own flavors. Many of the tobaccos come from Middle East however there are some that are packaged and/or made in United States and other countries as well.

Following is a list of most hookah tobacco (called shisha in U.S.) on the market. New brands are cropping up all the time and there are lots of brands that never make it to the US market so we are updating this list regularly. Read the detailed reviews, check out their tobacco flavors, and choose which one to test out next.

My major problem was how light the flavor was. If it were stronger I would be a big fan of this flavor and would recommend it to everyone looking for a good apple flavor.

Smells like cough syrup, which is about what I expect from a cherry hookah tobacco. The flavor is lacking and does not taste like cherry. It barely tasted like cough syrup.

Smells like orange skins and artificial oranges. The flavor is similar but sweeter. I would not say that this tasted like orange juice or the flesh of an orange but it was tasty and citrusy.

Smells like grenadine that has been watered down. This makes sense considering that grenadine is pomegranate flavored and heavily sweetened. It tastes like a sweet pomegranate but candy rather than natural.

This one smelled like candied strawberry and strawberry preserves. The flavor is like those old style strawberry candies that had liquid candy in the middle. It’s pretty good especially for a strawberry flavor.

This tobacco smelled interesting. Not much like peach but rather a bit of a molasses smell with some spice and a slight peachy over tone. The flavor was much of the same but weak and with even less peach.

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