If you have ever smoked hookah before, you may have experienced the bowl becoming burnt. When the bowl gets burnt, you get a nasty taste from the hookah you are smoking. This is obviously something you do not want, so I will be discussing how to make hookah without burning the bowl.
The first thing you want to be aware of is the foil that you are using. Is it very thin foil, or is it a thick kind? If the foil is thin, then you are going to have move the coals more often. If the foil is thick, then you are going to get a longer-lasting bowl of shisha with great taste.
The second thing is to make sure the holes you poke are not large in size. The smaller the holes, the less ash and coal you will get in your bowl. So in order to get the best experience, make sure your holes are small. The best tool to use to make small holes are safety pins or a thin paperclip.
After you’ve prepared your bowl properly, the last and final step that you are going to want to remember is to move your coals equally around your hookah bowl. This way, you will evenly distribute the heat and by doing that, you will get a longer-lasting bowl.
Typically, you want to start your coals on the very outside of your bowl. Move it around in a circular motion, making sure you are evenly distributing the heat from the coals. Once you’ve moved the coals all around the outside corner, move the coals in a little big more towards the middle. Then, just like you did to the outside of the bowl, move them around in a circular motion.
The reason that hookah bowls get burnt so easily is because people either leave the coal in one spot for too long, or they have too many coals on your hookah bowl. Personally, two to three “blocks” of coals works just fine for me.
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