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Ed hardy Hookah to enhance your hookah smoking.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 25, 2010 by Abraham Appel

When we looked at the Ed Hardy Hookah’s right after they were crafted, we felt we passed the phase of simply being a company with Ed Hardy Hookah art, and signatures;  to being a company that had become a legitimate competitor based on our craftsmanship.

Despite what many have said on the internet we care a lot about how the hookah “smokes.”  We care a lot about competing with the current big dogs of Argileh smoking. We do not feel that we would have any honor if we sold you a product that was cheaply made and ruined our company as soon as someone smoked out it.  We want to respect the long tradition of hookah with brining a beautiful looking and beautiful hitting Nargileh to the market.

A reply to Some Hookah forums

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 22, 2010 by Abraham Appel

I don’t know how to fit in at the Hookah forums. I’ve been kicked out many times for the Ed Hardy Hookah Blog. It seems that so many people have hidden agendas that when you are honest and say that you write for the Blog they assume you’re an agent and not a lover of hookah culture. And then you look at every forum after that as agents who will call you an agent. And then you don’t know why people hate A hookah that you like so much.

I write the blog to be honest, to share what I see as American hookah culture, and to hopefully create the best blog online for Hookah news. More than just products. The American and maybe world Hookah story should be covered with an eye on more than just selling products. Of course we want to sell our products but we want to be part of the Hookah culture as a whole as well. Not one-dimensional.

I can handle criticisms. but what has been so frustrating is that most critics say things like “just look at it.” Or I hope he sells it quick so that I don’t have to see it.” How can you hate something you have never seen and how can I really believe you if you wont go see it?

I try to explain at the blog that what you’re hating on is actually what you’re supporting. You see Ed hardy , the name as a big company instead of as the new start-up. So you say you’re defending Hookah culture but what really is being supported is a cultural rejection of Ed hardy hookah by those who already make huge money from Hookahs.

In the hookah world we at Ed hardy are the newer, small company. We have done well. But we are not an established company like the ones usually mentioned by people dismissing us out of hand. So we really do have to have a good product. Doesn’t mean its the greatest thing since sliced bread. But its a great looking Hookah, a well-built hookah. And people who have bought it have not treated it as less than a very nice smoking hookah.
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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.

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.

Hookah bar.

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

It is surprising how connected people get to their hookah bar.  The amount of time we spend smoking our shisha at the hookah bar starts to make you realize it has less to do with hookah than it does with hookah connections and friendships.

   Yes its relaxing to smoke a hookah. But the mellow style that many hookah bars offer their customers attract the customers in more than the tobacco itself.

I think smoking hookahs popularity has something to say about our culture also. In our culture everyone is always moving so quick, no time to stop. But when we go to a hookah bar we have a place that we can rest, relax and blow some O’s.

Ed Hardy Goes shisha.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 8, 2010 by Abraham Appel

When Ed Hardy hookah were first launched there was a negative reaction from already present hookah companies. Hookah-shisha-Blog-forums had a lot of people who either wanted Ed Hardy Hookah to fail for personal reasons, or honestly were decieved by rumors and figured there was no way we could make a good hookah. 

   Rob 416 on a Hookah forum said “wow kinda pathetic. Kinda makes me sick.” 

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     Maybe he owns a hookah company and is thretened.  Maybe this is an honest opinion. But it does not seem like an educated one. Maybe for a reason he actually got sick thinking of Ed Hardy Hookah, But with Ed Hardy Hookah having this beauty and style and being such high quality, it surprised us to read this. 

Ed hardy Hookah case, water-pipe and hookah base.

    Ebay girl at another Hookah forum said “Ha! I love it! let’s ruin the classic hookah with designer emblems. What is this world coming too? I still think the Ed Hardy’s are cool looking, I just wonder if they work?” The classic Hookah was of coarse a coconut shell, and then it was only for royalty in other completely different hookahs and their were no hookah barsback in the day.  Hookahs have gone through many evolutions. Funny, but Ed Hardy Hookah design actually returns to the more traditional style of self beauty and great hookah smoking. 

Ed Hardy Hookahs smoke very well.. And it is not ruining, but respecting hookah culture to have a culture present its own hookahs. 

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  Slowly the Hookah and Shisha sales started,  And it was official as we got the Hookah reviews in that people were impressed with Ed Hardy’s Hookah art, but more importantly, the style of smoke that comes from the Ed Hardy Hookah. It is a Hookah that is pleasant for the eye, and enhances your hookah smoking experience. And that is the most traditional of Hookah desires.