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Hookah-Hookah Lemonade

Authored by William on 20 January 2011 No Comment

Hookah-Hookah Lemonade Packaging

Hookah-Hookah Lemonade Tobacco

Full Disclosure

Sahara Smoke 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. Hookah-Hookah Almond is available directly from Sahara Smoke for $14.95 in a 250g jar.



Based on: Flavor: 3/5, Smoke:4/5, Resilience: 2.5/5, Longevity:3.5/5

Cut & Composition

Hookah-Hookah Lemonade is a long stringy cut. Something much like roll-your-own cigarette tobacco. There are no stems to be found. The tobacco is wet, but more oily than other brands. It will leave your fingers wet but not slimy.

Price & Quantities Available

  • One Shot – $1.10
  • 50g – $3.25
  • 250g – $14.95
  • 1kg – $47.95

The Experience

Lemonade took a little time to get started. The richest flavor and smoke came about after roughly 10 minutes of smoking. The smoke was adequate but not impressive. The flavoring element in the tobacco was even more sensitive to heat than much of the rest of Hookah-Hookah’s already sensitive line of tobacco. Extremely careful heat management will be necessary to maintain the flavor all the way through the session. As is typical for most Hookah-Hookah products, the best results will most likely come from Sahara Smoke’s own Vortex Bowl.

The Flavor

Hookah-Hookah Lemonade has a very mild, subtle lemon flavor with some added sweetness. the flavor is so light that some of the natural tobacco flavor shines through right from the start. Also absent from this flavor is a mint element, which would add a refreshing sensation typical to what most would equate to real lemonade.

The Insight

While much of Hookah-Hookah’s line of tobacco is quite tasty, and sometimes outstandingly true-to-life, Lemonade is not. While there is a lemon flavoring present, it’s simply not distinct enough to really draw attention and without at least a subtle mint flavoring, it’s hard to imagine this flavor as much more than a simple, mild lemon. In real world comparison, the flavor is similar to a cup of very light lemon tea.

Who Should Try This Flavor

If you enjoy the natural taste of tobacco, as well as citrus flavors, you may really enjoy this flavor. If you’re in the market for something rich and refreshing, you’ll probably want to consider other options.

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