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JM’s Hookah Melon Medley

Authored by William on 12 October 2010 No Comment

JM's, Melon Medly, Tobacco

09-09-10_093455_JM's, Melon Medly, Tobacco Full Disclosure

JM Tobacco Company was kind enough to send us this tobacco for free to try it out and share our opinions. We always make every effort to review honestly regardless of what means were used to acquire the product. JM Tobacco is available locally.  Use the store locator on JM’s site to find a retailer close to you. JM’s may also be available online from one of these vendors.



Based on: Flavor: 4/5, Smoke:4/5, Resilience: 4/5, Longevity: 4/5

Cut & Composition

JM’s Melon Medley is a fine cut, medium wet tobacco, though it is more oily than slimy. When mixed well, the juices will leave your fingers good and sticky. There are a few small stems mixed amongst the tobacco, though nothing that will get in the way of packing your bowl.

Price & Quantities Available

  • 100g – $8.50
  • 250g – $14.50

The Experience

JM’s Melon Medley began smoking within just a few minutes. The flavor and smoke were the fullest after about 5 minutes. The tobacco produced no head-buzz whatsoever. The session lasted about an hour and thirty minutes before the smoke and flavor dropped off sharply.

The Flavor

Melon Medley, as the name would suggest, is a hodgepodge of other melon flavors. Most likely Honey Dew, Cantaloupe and Watermelon. However, the flavors are indistinct and the overall taste is ambiguous. If you’re a frequent hookah smoker, the flavor will be similar to Nakhla and Al Fakher’s Sweet Melon, only slightly more mild. In real world comparisons, the flavor is very much like a candy-cantaloupe.

The Insight

Melon Medley is tasty. But not altogether different than other, less expensive flavors of the same kind. While JM’s version is tasty, it’s unlikely that I would go out of my way to choose it.

Who Should Try This Flavor

Fans of sweet fruit flavors, and specifically melon flavors, can’t go wrong here.

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