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Search in excerpt We have all met with that unfortunate situation where we want to smoke, but we are out of hookah coals. It is frustrating, terrible and a ton of other negative adjectives. The only way to truly avoid this situation is to stock up on charcoal and make sure that you always have more than […]

It is no secret that I love coconut charcoal. The clean flavor, the low carbon monoxide production levels, consistent heat, lack of smoke and long burn times are absolutely unparalleled in other charcoal. So, why do we hear reports of people having trouble with coconut charcoal going out and not staying lit? The biggest culprit […]

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 […]

Getting your own line of products for your hookah store seems to be all the rage right now and I’m damn happy about it. New products hitting the market means that the old dogs need to stay on their toes. Some of them will step up their game and stay competitive. Others will try to […]

Coconut coals are, in my opinion, the best style of charcoal on the market for hookah. There are new brands hitting the market constantly but Coconara is still top dog and now you have options. Last year Coconara started making their coals in a cubed form rather than the flat squares they originally were. Some […]

For a lot of people 3 Kings coals are the first charcoal they are exposed to. Coconaras are the current king of the hill for natural coconut charcoal. There are a lot of differences between these two charcoals and this article is to help you compare without spending a bunch of money on a charcoal […]

When using coconut charcoal sometimes the surface that’s in contact with the foil will go out. A lot of people think this is a really big problem but there are a couple easy solutions. First is proper coal rotation. Instead of just moving the charcoal around the bowl you need to flip them so the […]

For a long time now I have been using my wind cover as a charcoal carrier.  It’s not the most effective charcoal carrier but it works if you are too cheap and stingy to drop the money on a real one.  Just don’t tip it too far either way or you’ll have a disaster.  Well, […]'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