Collection: Shisha tobacco

The shisha, whose roots lie in the Arab countries, is also enjoying growing popularity in Germany. Its structure consists of five main elements: A bowl or vase made of glass, metal or acrylic serves as the base and is filled with water. Their size and shape are crucial to the smoking experience. The smoke column made of metal is mounted on this, often finished with a chrome or brass coating. One or more hoses with mouthpieces are attached to this smoke column. The head of the shisha, made of ceramic, glass or pumice stone, sits on the smoke column. The tobacco is put into it. Both the bowl and the other components of the shisha are available in a variety of shapes, colors and sizes, each of which individually shapes the smoking experience.