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Is It Possible To Make Your Shisha Smoke Thicker With Harmony Bowls?

The hookah has been around for a long time, longer than anyone can remember, dating back hundreds of years. It's something that's changed a lot over time, as most things do. Today we will be talking a bit about harmony bowls and how you can produce thick smoke from these bowls!

There is no easy answer to the above-mentioned question, though. It would help if you mastered using either harmony bowls or an electric hookah bowl to produce dense clouds of shisha smoke. Even if you may think you've found the perfect bowl for you, there may be one out there that's going to work even better for you. Thus, having the best bowl for your hookah session should be taken into consideration! 

Make Thick Clouds With Harmony Bowls

For any persistent hookah smoker, one of the greatest joys of smoking hookah is getting dense clouds. Thus today, we are going to run down some of the easiest ways to get thicker clouds from your harmony bowls. We will also answer some of the prominent questions on how to get more flavor from your smoke. So let's hop into it! 

Set Up Your Hookah With Harmony Bowls

Before we get into the nitty-gritty on how to maximize the amount of smoke and flavor you can get from your hookah, we'll want to make sure that the hookah itself is set up correctly with the best harmony bowls. You would need to make sure that there are no air leaks that may cause airflow issues. If you are setting up a hookah for the first time, you might have to take extra care while setting it up. Harmony bowls aren't tough to handle, but if you are not serious while setting it up, you could have a horrible experience with your hookah setup. 

How Is Hookah Smoke Produced From Harmony Bowls?

While smoking a hookah, the smoke itself is generated from three significant pieces at the top of your hookah. These are your hookah bowl, shisha tobacco, and hookah charcoal. 

The combination of these three items will be crucial in the smoke output of your hookah. Thus, the overall quality of your session is highly dependent on these three items. 

Everyone has their own personal preferences regarding the specific type of bowl, shisha tobacco, and charcoal being used. However, the general idea is to ensure that you have steady heat from your charcoal, a suitable packing method for your tobacco, and open airflow through your bowl down into the hookah. Thus, we prefer harmony bowls or a hookah e bowl, which creates excellent clouds no matter what type of hookah you are working with. 

Let's look at a few of the most common bowl packing methods that work well for harmony bowls.

The Fluff Pack

This is one of the most common shisha packing techniques and works excellent with blonde leaf shisha brands. We use this pack style when we test new brands. This is to make ourselves adjust to our desired smoke output. This is also the perfect way to enjoy your flavor in your harmony bowls or hookah e bowl.  

Using the Fluff Pack method will need you to sprinkle the shisha into your bowl lightly. You would have to fill your bowl up to the trim line. Do not apply much force or pressure to push the shisha down. Just sprinkle the shisha into the bowl to allow for a fluffy and light consistency. The fluffy shisha will allow heat to pass through easily to deliver nice clouds quickly. 

The Dense Pack

The dense pack is your best bet when smoking dark leaf tobacco and harmony bowls. If you are trying out this method for the first time, you would need an electric hookah bowl that will smoke right with the amount of pressure you apply to the tobacco. But, give it a try, and you'll be pulling thick clouds in no time. 

A dense pack is achieved using a shisha fork or your fingers to press the shisha down to your bowl to a semi-dense or thick consistency. This method works best with harmony bowls or an electric hookah bowl. The pressure applied to your tobacco will block your air channels in any bowl containing air intake holes on the underside. 

The Over Pack

The overpack method is perfect for brands that like a ton of heat. This packing method is also ideal for smokers who want a little bit more heat in their session. 

The overpack is achieved by simply loading your tobacco into the harmony bowls, similar to a Fluff Pack. But once you reach the rim of the bowl, lightly push the shisha down a little bit with your shisha fork or fingers. Then add more tobacco into your bowl until it reaches just over the rim over the bowl. 

Does Adding Milk To The Hookah Base Make Your Harmony Bowl Produce Thick Smoke?

One of the most common questions about creating thicker hookah smoke is, "Can I use something besides water in the hookah base?". The short answer is yes. You can use pretty much any liquid that you like in the hookah base to accentuate the flavor of the shisha tobacco that you are smoking. But remember that it won't necessarily increase the smoke thickness. 

Tons of different hookah preparation methods involve using things like coffee or milk in the base. Some people even like to use alcohol such as vodka when smoking mixed drink-style flavors. 

While these various base liquids may help to add a little extra flavor to the smoke, they may also make it a little more challenging to get a good draw from the hookah. This is due to the viscosity of the liquids being different from water.

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Ending Note: So Which Is The Best Bowl For A Thicker Smoke Output?

Having a bowl with excellent airflow is one of the best things that you can do to help create thicker smoke from your hookah. While standard Egyptian clay bowls are what most people start with and work fine with many brands, upgrading to harmony bowls is always a good choice.

Using an HMD, using either an electric hookah bowl or harmony bowls is a perfect choice! There are also various other solid options here as well as they provide good airflow with an HMD to create those sweet, sweet clouds. Yet again, we prefer harmony bowls for each of our hookah sessions. 

Thus, make sure that you always choose the perfect bowl if you want the maximum output from your hookah sessions! 

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