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Starbuzz Blue-mist. Smooth; sexy: just like Ed Hardy Hookah.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 21, 2010 by Abraham Appel

Ed Hardy Hookahs are good for any of the Hookah brands.

But over the last week I’ve been thinking about what Tobacco flavor is a sexy enough and smooth enough Hookah flavor that fits the Ed Hardy Hookah’s image.

What should I tell you is a flavor that you should order to go with the Ed Hardy Hookah? What Hookah flavor can add that special enhancement to your customers and make everything more special when you first start giving you Hookah friends the Ed Hardy Hookah.

smooth, sexy, shaped to perfection

StarBuzz’s Blue Mist is a flavor that I think fits the vibe of the nightclub and the super chill smoking image of Ed Hardy Hookah. StarBuzz Blue Mist is  just that deep, bite your lip and place your head back and breath out the smoke refreshing taste. StarBuzz Blue Mist is super cool with the right type of sarcastic bite.

So this morning we talked with StarBuzz Tobacco and ordered some Blue Mist StarBuzz Tobacco and as a gesture of goodwill we wanted to tell you about it.

Starbuzz Blue mist, for those who still don’t know was a Hookah flavor that revolutionized Hookah smoke. Hookah flavors had gotten stuck in only fruit names, easy to identify. Blue Mist became an instant classic at the Local Hookah bars in So Cal. And is now a staple of the Hookah smoke.

Blue Mist Hookah Tobacco Is something that I think will add to your friends and Patrons smoking out of your Ed Hardy Hookah.

Ed Hardy and hookahs.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 20, 2010 by Abraham Appel

All Ed Hardy Hookah has done is add to the selection of hookah’s. We work in hookah because we love the smokey culture.

We created Ed Hardy hookah because Ed hardy is a person who represents everything America at its best is about. He is the same story every immigrant dreams of.

A hard worker who came out of the counter-culture through talent, hard work and using his intelligence to back up his individuality and rebelliousness with the bravery to follow his passions. Ed Hardy used his god- given talents to struggle a living out of the toughness of life.  Ed Hardy made it to college, gave it up to follow his passions and then made it in tattoos when tattoos were not accepted.

Ed Hardy was bloody good at tattoos. And he worked his way out of the struggle, sold his art and now finally does his own work, finally can devote his life to what he loves; His own paintings.

I read on a  hookah forum that “just based on the principal of what Ed Hardy stands for in the shisha world upsets me.” This same person turned down our tobacco for no reason. The price was good. And had he smoked the Ed Hardy Tobacco it would have been great. It was just this  invisible Ed Hardy meaning he claims to represent.

What does Ed Hardy Hookah stand for? allow me again  to point you to the life of Ed Hardy for what Ed hardy Hookah stands for. Stand for what you want. We Already know who Ed Hardy Hookah is.

Ed Hardy Hookah  stands for Individuality.

Ed Hardy Hookah stand for small companies working hard against the status que to create something new and better.

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Ed Hardy Hookah stand for having nothing but the quality of our work speak for us.

Ed Hardy Hookah stand for the working class.

We do not stand for the billion dollar brand of Ed Hardy Shirts. We stand for the meaning of the tats on those shirts. Ed Hardy Hookah stands for the story that created those tats.

response to overstatements

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 18, 2010 by Abraham Appel

When I started at Ed Hardy Hookah I made a commitment to be honest, fair and to appreciate hookah culture even over the Ed hardy brand. The reason this is so important to me is because Hookah companies and their bosses today spend so much time rejecting each-other they ruin Hookah culture for the readers.

I don’t want Ed Hardy Hookah to ever be seen or act as the scared, half truth telling company that I know many other Hookah and Tobacco companies are. So many Hookah Tobacco companies act like scared and weak people forever afraid that someone will buy another tobacco or hookah. or go to another hookah bar. We need to change hookahs companies to be about the Hookah culture and its patron, not the hookah Tobacco company.

proud of our Ed hardy Hookah's

This  afraid and defensive personality permeates Hookah lounges and Hookah companies and Tobacco shops across our industry. It’s why hookah forums and the hookah community can get so twisted. It’s why so many customers never fully appreciate Hookah culture. The customer is treated like they have to be loyal to us instead of us being loyal to the customer.

Ed hardy Hookah site being revamped call to order your hookahs

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 15, 2010 by Abraham Appel

We should have told you in advance but we’re revamping the Ed hardy Hookah Website. We took the whole thing off line to fix it. To order your hookahs Just call 1 310 503 1205 and treat this Blog as the website for the time being. We also have our face book and myspace groups up.

Ed hardy Hookah believes in communication and connecting with our friends who smoke with us. We know that Hookah companies today expect customers to line up and appreciate us. But at Ed hardy hookah we aim to create a partnership of one tribe partaking in the sacred smoke. Together. equal.

getting away from bars and smoke your own hookah

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 13, 2010 by Abraham Appel

Relax. Thats the point of smoking a hookah. Smoking hookah is to appreciate the calmness of the moment as you drag in the fruit flavored tobacco.  Even if your in a party and there is dancing and laughter, the Hookah smoke relaxes you as you breath it in; gives you time to reflect.   

   

   If you are a Hookah smoker at the hookah lounges, set aside a night to get away from the hookah bars and find a place to smoke on your porch, garage or beach.   

   Go to your hookah bar the night before and order some Ed Hardy Hookah from them, so that the hookah bar still gets your business, or order online from us. And then the next night go home, watch tv and smoke an argileh (Hookah).   

respect the oldschool

 

  In the traditional way of thinking, Hookah bars do not teach the smoker to make their own hookahs. And this ruins the patience and care of creating your own hookah and relaxing to your own Hookah and shisha creation.   

Smoking Hookah should change with the times, but let yourself understand the history by getting away from the Hookah bar and smoking as they did back in the day. Invite a few friends over, make your own Ed Hardy Hookah and enjoy sometime relaxing at home with your tobacco.   

 

All to often we smoke so much at the Hookah bars that the Hookah bars become taxing on our lives. Hookah smoking is supposed to be the relaxing part of the day, not the part of the day that taxes our day.

DRINKING AND HOOKAH

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 12, 2010 by Abraham Appel

When your out with friends and having a few drinks, smoking a hookah can be the funnest thing to do. Hookah bars offer a really special chill atmosphere to relax and blow O’s. Smoking shisha is perfect for capping off a night of clubbing or a house party of drinks.

   But there are a few things you need to remember and be aware of if your gonna drink and then visit the Hookah bar.

1. If you’ve been drinking it’s best to go to a hookah bar with a really up beat tempo. Unless you’re a regular at a hookah bar that will let you get by with a few wierd steps and maybe half sentences; go somewhere that already serves alcohol and hookah, or a hookah bar that is known for its party atmosphere. If you go to a Hookah bar that is too quite you can actually really end up offending them.

  The best way to avoid offending the Hookah bar owners is to let them know your just getting some down time after the club and to let you know if your are not respectful so you can roll it back a little while smoking at the hookah bar.

 2. remember that smoking hookah dehydrates you. So be ready to drink a good amount of water if your gonna smoke after drinking or while drinking.

3. be extra carefull. Remember that these are hot coals, this is like a balancing cigarets on a pipe. So go to a hookah bar and sit somewhere with room for you to move and hen move with care.

Ed Hardy Hookah is not Starbuzz

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 12, 2010 by Abraham Appel

Immediately after Ed Hardy Hookah was rumored to be launching a rumor started spreading through the internet chat rooms that Ed Hardy Shisha is Starbuzz Shisha. The rumor has been so persistent that as I contemplated working here it was one of my main concerns as far as honesty of who I was working for.

    I have looked to see if the shishas are the same, asked people more senior in the company and can not find any evidence that we stole or purchased starbuzz tobacco and are selling it as Ed Hardy Hookah. And from my own taste buds, Ed hardy Shisha has a crisper, more sophisticated taste than Sarbuzz.

   I have always loved smoking Starbuzz. And never complain when I go to a Hookah bar with Starbuzz (which is all of them since Sarbuzz revolutionized tobacco) but still if i had to give my complete opinion I would say the Ed hardy hookah quality is crisper than Starbuzz. We at Ed hardy can’t claim to have as many flavors as Sarbuzz, but I think in full confidence we can say we are the best competitor to Sarbuzz.