H2 Hookah Charcoal / Coal Burners
As an online store based in Melbourne, The Premium Way is dedicated to providing our customers with the highest quality hookah charcoal and coal burners available on the market. In this article, we will guide you through the different types of hookah charcoal and coal burners, their benefits, and tips for using them effectively.
Table of Contents
- What is Hookah Charcoal?
- Types of Hookah Charcoal
- Natural Coconut Charcoal
- Quick-Lighting Charcoal
- Bamboo Charcoal
- Lemonwood Charcoal
- Hookah Coal Burners
- Electric Burners
- Stove-Top Burners
- Tips for Using Hookah Charcoal and Coal Burners
- Proper Storage
- Preparing the Charcoal
- Lighting the Charcoal
- Safety Precautions
At The Premium Way, we understand that the hookah smoking experience is greatly influenced by the type of charcoal used to heat the tobacco. Our team has carefully selected the highest quality hookah charcoal and coal burners available on the market to ensure that our customers receive the best possible smoking experience.
2. What is Hookah Charcoal?
Hookah charcoal is the fuel source used to heat the tobacco in a hookah. The heat generated from the charcoal causes the tobacco to release smoke, which is then filtered through the water in the hookah base and inhaled through a hose. The quality of the hookah smoking experience is greatly influenced by the type of charcoal used.
3. Types of Hookah Charcoal
There are various types of hookah charcoal available on the market. At The Premium Way, we offer four main types of hookah charcoal, each with its own unique benefits:
3.1. Natural Coconut Charcoal
Our natural coconut charcoal is made from the shells of coconuts and is considered to be the most popular type of hookah charcoal. It is known for its long burn time, low ash output, and minimal impact on the flavor of the tobacco. Our natural coconut charcoal is also environmentally friendly and sustainable.
3.2. Quick-Lighting Charcoal
Our quick-lighting charcoal is coated with chemicals that allow it to light quickly without the need for a stove or lighter. While convenient, quick-lighting charcoal has a shorter burn time, produces more ash, and can negatively affect the flavor of the tobacco. Quick-lighting charcoal is also considered less environmentally friendly due to the chemicals used in the manufacturing process.
3.3. Bamboo Charcoal
Our bamboo charcoal is made from bamboo stalks and is known for its clean burn and low ash output. It also has a longer burn time than quick-lighting charcoal but not as long as natural coconut charcoal. Bamboo charcoal can have a slight impact on the flavor of the tobacco but is considered to be a good compromise between natural coconut charcoal and quick-lighting charcoal.
3.4. Lemonwood Charcoal
Our lemonwood charcoal is made from the wood of the lemon tree and is considered a premium type of hookah charcoal. It has a clean burn, low ash output, and minimal impact on the flavor of the tobacco. Lemonwood charcoal is also known for its high heat output, which can be beneficial for smokers who prefer thicker smoke clouds.
4. Hookah Coal Burners
At The Premium Way, we offer various coal burners to help you heat your hookah charcoal effectively. Here are the two main types of coal burners we offer:
4.1. Electric Burners
Our electric burners are convenient and easy to use. They require an electrical outlet and typically take 5-10 minutes to heat up the charcoal. Our electric burners come in various sizes and shapes, including single and double burner options. They are also considered safer than stove-top burners since they do not require an open flame.
5. Tips for Using Hookah Charcoal and Coal Burners
Using hookah charcoal and coal burners can be challenging, especially for beginners. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your hookah smoking experience:
5.1. Proper Storage
Storing your charcoal properly is essential to ensure that it maintains its quality and effectiveness. Our hookah charcoal should be stored in a cool, dry place away from moisture and direct sunlight.
5.2. Preparing the Charcoal
Before using your charcoal, it is important to prepare it properly. For natural coconut charcoal, you should break the larger pieces into smaller chunks, which will help it burn more evenly. Quick-lighting charcoal should be placed on a heat-resistant surface and lit using a lighter or match.
5.3. Lighting the Charcoal
Lighting the charcoal can be a challenge, but there are various methods you can use. For natural coconut charcoal, you can use a stove-top burner or an electric burner. For quick-lighting charcoal, you can use a lighter or match.
6. Safety Precautions
Using hookah charcoal and coal burners can be dangerous if proper safety precautions are not taken. Here are some safety tips to keep in mind:
- Always use a heat-resistant surface to light and heat your charcoal.
- Do not touch the charcoal with your bare hands until it has cooled completely.
- Do not leave the coal burner unattended while it is in use.
- Keep the charcoal and coal burner away from flammable materials.
At The Premium Way, we believe that the quality of your hookah smoking experience is greatly influenced by the type of charcoal and coal burner you use. We offer a wide range of high-quality hookah charcoal and coal burners to ensure that our customers receive the best possible smoking experience. Remember to follow proper safety precautions and use our tips for preparing and lighting your charcoal to ensure a safe and enjoyable smoking experience.
- How long does hookah charcoal typically last?
- The burn time of hookah charcoal can vary depending on the type of charcoal and the size of the pieces. Our natural coconut charcoal can last up to 90 minutes, while quick-lighting charcoal may only last 30-45 minutes.
- Can I reuse hookah charcoal?
- It is not recommended to reuse hookah charcoal since it can affect the quality and flavor of the smoke.
- How do I know when the charcoal is ready to use?
- When the charcoal is glowing red and has a white coating of ash, it is ready to use.
- Can I use regular charcoal for hookah smoking?
- No, regular charcoal is not suitable for hookah smoking as it contains harmful chemicals that can affect your health.