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Traditional Style Shisha FAQ

Molasses comes from sugarcane or sugar beets. It’s often described as liquid sugar because it’s sweet, and its primary ingredients are sucrose, glucose, and fructose. It also embodies a smoky flavor, making it perfect for shisha. Manufacturers may use dark, medium, or light molasses to create amazing shisha with the perfect taste and aroma.

How does the molasses get in my shisha?

There are several steps involved in making shisha. Making blonde-leaf tobacco involves soaking the leaves in water. Soaking leaves reduces the amount of nicotine and dulls the tobacco taste. Replacing the water until it runs clear ensures you’ve eliminated the tobacco flavor and nicotine from the leaves. Manufacturers may create different brands with varying amounts of nicotine based on their production process.

The next step involves removing the stems from the unsoaked or soaked leaves. The stems are bitter and filled with nicotine, affecting the shisha’s flavor and aroma. After removing the stems, producers chop the shisha. Some produce shisha with finely chopped leaves, while other brands use larger leaf pieces.

The final step involves combining the tobacco leaves with vegetable glycerin, flavorings, and molasses. Some manufacturers use honey instead of molasses, so you must check the ingredients when shopping for shisha. You can also use our filter tool to find traditional molasses shisha.

What types of flavoring do manufacturers add to traditional molasses shisha?

You can enjoy traditional molasses shisha with any shisha flavor! Soda lovers can choose brands such as Cherry Cola and Jack and Coke. Those who want coffee flavors can try Caramel Cappuccino, Cappuccino, and Cafe Latte.

Traditional molasses shisha brands have plenty of options for fruit lovers. Fruit flavors include Grape Berry, Citrus Breeze, Blueberry Mint, Raspberry Kamikaze, Watermelon Mint, Banana Foster, Cherry Mint, Guava, Two Apples, Mango, Strawberry Daquiri, Peach Fuzzy Navel, or Apple Martini. Those who enjoy the sweet and sour punch of citrus fruits can check out Grapefruit, Citrus, White Lotus, Kiwi Lemon, Lemon Mint, Orange, Joker, and Pink Lemonade.

There are plenty of flavors emphasizing spices, coffee, or candy flavors. Our most popular include Spice, Ginger Bread, Cinnamon Blast, Bubble Gum, Cinnamon, Spearmint Gum, Rainbow Burst, Pumpkin Spice, and Vanilla Sky, which combines vanilla with gingerbread and other spices.

Can shisha be creamy?

Yes! Some shisha has a creamier profile, affecting its taste and scent. Orange Sherbert combines orange with vanilla to give it that creamy taste profile. Vanilla also has a hint of floral in its aroma and taste.

Do all shisha companies make traditional molasses shisha?

There’s no shortage of reputable shisha brands to choose from when you’re shopping for traditional molasses shisha! You can use our filter tool to shop by brand or browse our traditional molasses page to discover the brands and flavors. Al Fakher, Fantasia, Ugly, Zomo, and Zomo Tobacco offer an extensive selection of flavors in various sizes, so you’ll be able to find what you desire when shopping for traditional molasses shisha.

What do I need to start smoking shisha?

You’ll need a place to relax and enjoy your smoke sessions. Shisha sessions usually last between 45 minutes and an hour, which doesn’t include prep time. Shisha smokers need a hookah, a water pipe used to heat the shisha. A hookah setup includes a hose with a mouthpiece and a bowl to hold the shisha which gets inhaled through the hookah itself.

You’ll need hookah charcoal, metal tongs to move and rotate the charcoal while lighting it, aluminum foil, and water. You also need something to light your charcoal. You can use an electric coil burner or a freestanding electric hookah charcoal burner. You’ll need access to a three-prong outlet and a flat surface if you use a freestanding burner to light your charcoal.

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