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Starbuzz Margarita

Authored by D on 9 June 2010 No Comment



Cut and Composition

As is normal to Starbuzz, the tobacco is a medium to fine cut and is very wet, almost dripping. Only a couple of small stems were found, and one large stem as can be seen in the photo above.

Price & Quantities Available

  • 50g – $6.50
  • 100g – $12.50
  • 250g – $19.99
  • 1kg – $77.95

Starbuzz tobacco is widely available in local stores that sell hookah supplies. You may find Starbuzz tobacco cheaper in your local store, check to see what is available nearby.

The Set-Up

This review was written after smoking this flavour multiple times in multiple bowls. Most recently it was smoked out a Khalil Mamoon hookah with a small Tangiers phunnel bowl.

The Experience

Smoking Starbuzz is always a great experience. With two coals and a windcover, this tobacco will start smoking within a pull or two. The clouds that are produced are large, dense and will last about 45 minutes to an hour until new coals will need to be applied. With a Tangiers small phunnel, we were able to achieve sessions from 1 hour and 30 minutes to two hours. If overheated, the flavour will be nice for a short period of period of time but that will disappear quickly and become extremely harsh.

The Flavour

The flavour of this tobacco is exactly like drinking a margarita. With a dash of mint, it can be cool and refreshing just like drinking the actual drink. Without mint, it is still very good. The flavour is limey and sweet all at the same time. The lime flavour is not as strong as Starbuzz Pirates Cave, but is still very good nonetheless.

The Insight

As of right now, this is my favourite Starbuzz flavour. It is the perfect flavour to smoke on a hot day, relaxing beside of a pool. Starbuzz should be enjoyed in a phunnel bowl because this tobacco is very wet and will leak down a normal bowl.

Who Should Try This Flavor

This flavour is both tangy and sweet and can be enjoyed by a while range of people. This flavour is not overly sweet like Code 69, and is not overly tangy like a straight Lemon or Lime flavour, so if you do not enjoy either one of those flavours, this may be a great alternative.

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