HOOKAIN INTENSIFY STONES HAVE LANDED - SHOW SHISHA FLAVOURS TO VIEW THE RANGE
September 25, 2018
Have you ever sat around a hookah and watched as one of your friends casually blew smoke ring after smoke ring into the night sky and wondered how they do it? Have you then tried to blow a smoke ring yourself and failed miserably? Don’t worry; you’re certainly not alone! Blowing smoke rings isn’t easy, and it doesn’t help that there are so many different techniques. It seems like everyone you ask has a different trick or tip, but it doesn’t have to be so confusing. The next time you smoke a hookah pipe (or even cigarettes, cigars, or vaporizers), follow these 4 steps to blow smoke rings.
Take a nice long draw of your hookah (or argileh) but DO NOT INHALE; close your lips and let the smoke sit in your mouth as you’ll need it to make a thick smoke ring. You’ll enjoy the flavour more this way too, especially if you’re smoking flavoured shisha tobacco.
With your lips still shut, shift your tongue back slightly, pressing it against the bottom of your mouth. This moves the smoke back towards your throat and creates a clear path for smoke rings to travel through.
Pretend that you’re sucking on a Chupa Chup lollipop and bring your cheeks in to form an ‘O’ shape with your lips. Your mouth should be open roughly the size of a Malteser (sorry for all the candy examples) and your lower jaw positioned back.
To blow a smoke ring, click your lower jaw forward while maintaining the ‘O’ shape with your lips. The clicking of the jaw action should produce a short burst of breath, and with it a perfectly round smoke ring into the air.
Okay, so now that we’ve covered the best (unassisted) way to blow smoke rings we’re going to give you the cheat code to effortlessly blowing smoke rings: Monkey O’s smoke trick kits! If you really struggle to blow smoke rings on your own you can get a little help from this amazing product which truly does produce thick and consistent smoke rings every time. Aside from perfect smoke rings, you can also blow smoke bubbles with Monkey O’s. Plus Monkey O’s come in lots of great colours, including Black, Red, White, Blue, Orange, Pink, Purple, and even Glow in the Dark!
January 15, 2021
Carrying on from last month's blog article about the history of shisha tobacco, we now dig a little deeper into the origins of our favourite smoking apparatus: the hookah / nargileh.
December 15, 2020
In this month's blog article, we explore the origins of the tobacco plant, early (unflavoured) shisha tobacco, present (flavoured) shisha tobacco, and tobacco smoking in Australia.