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Double Apple




Paradise Peach



Double Apple

Tropical Strawberry









Strawberry Orange

Strawberry Banana






Green Mint


Exotic Flavors


White Peach

White Grape

Sex on the Beach

Citrus Mint

Melon Blue

Fruit Sensation

Mixed Berry Mint

Fuzzy Lemonade

Pirates Cave

Tequila Sunrise



Blue Mist

Citrus Mist

Passion Fruit Mojito


Tangerine Dream


Code 69

Pom Berry

Kiwi Strawberry

Strawberry Daiquiri

Peaches n Cream

Blueberry Grape

Pina Colada

Passion Kiss

Queen of Sex


Nara Specialty Mixes


Angela’s Mix

Cuban Mojito and Watermelon

Umid’s Mix

White Peach, White Grape, and Honeydew

Candace Mix

White Peach, gummy bear, and Mint

Ree’s Mix

Blueberry, Blue Mist, and Lemon

Lindsey’s Mix

Blue Mist , pomegranate ,berry and Mint

Phil’s Mix

Mango, Guava, & Mist

Missy’s Mix

Blue Mist, Pirates Cave, & Mint

Sarah’s Mix

White gummy bear, Melon and Blueberry

Ariel’s Mix

Strawberry, Kiwi and Mint

Aly’s Mix

Strawberry, Kiwi and Watermelon

Hamada’s Mix

Bluebreey, mint

Chris’s Mix

Mighty freeze, Queen of sex and peach mist

STL Turk’s Mix 1

Watermelon, Strawberry, and White Peach

STL Turk’s Mix 2

Watermelon, Strawberry, and White Grape

Darik’s Mix

Blue mist , Orange and Mint

Casey’s Mix

Grape , Mint and Watermelon

Habibi’s Mix

White Peach, White Grape, and Strawberry

Amer’s Mix

Blueberry, Blue Mist, and Citrus Mist

House Mix

Secret Nara Blend

The Hookah Experience – A Puff on History

One of the oldest and deep rooted traditions in Turkey is the Nargile (Hookah), with both men and women finding great pleasure in smoking the waterpipe. The nargile started a whole new culture which endured for many, many years. Even today the nargile gives enjoyment to a special breed of smokers. The original nargile came from India, but it was rather primitive as it was made out of coconut shell. Its popularity spread to Iran and then to the rest of the Arab world.

But it was in Turkey that the nargile completed its revolution, and did not change its style for the last few hundred years. The nargile became a very important part of the coffee shop culture, finding its popularity in Turkey around the time of Murat the IV’th, 1623-40.The joy that the smokers received from this very simple yet beautiful smoking apparatus was unbelievable. Rules were created even for lighting the pipe, and if a professional smoker saw anyone lighting it the incorrect way, the culprit would be told in no unce

“The nargile itself consists of 4 pieces which are as follows: Agizlik (mouthpiece), Lüle (the top of the nargile), Marpuç (the tube) and the Gövde (the body of the pipe which is filled with water). All pieces of the pipe were produced by special craftsmen, who were named after the pece they produced. Even today, the areas where these craftsmen used to concentrate are called by these names, such as “Marpuççular.”Lüles were generally produced in Tophane by Lule makers and the govde’s (bottles) were manufactured in Beykoz. These govde’s were a unique exaple of Turkish handcraft and were decorated with floral motifs. Some were made out of silver or crystal. The agizlik’s (mouthpieces) were generally carved out of the top of quality amber, because people in those days believed that amber was not the because people in those days believed that amber was not the carrier of germs.rtain term ” Do yourself and the sacred nargile a favor and put out the coals by blowing into it.

Not all tobaccos qualified for usage in the nargile, and only the dark tobacco imported from Iran found favor with the nargile user. This toabcco was washed several times before use as it was extremely strong. Only oak charcoal was used to be placed on the top of the tobacco. Some professional nargile smokers used certain fruit, like sour cherries or grapes in their govde just to enjoy the motion it created in the water. Other people enjoyed adding pomegranate juice or rose oil to their water for added flavor. The nargile smoker hated anyone lighting their cigarettes on their nargile fire because they felt it disturbed the rhythm of the burning charcoal.

The nargile was so popular and fashionable with the elite ladies of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, that it became the in thing to be photographed with a nargile. If you wanted to be the hostess with the mostest the nargile was a must for popular afternoon tea and intellectual gatherings. Unfortunately like most wonderful things from the past, the nargile suffered a decline with the availability of the cigarettes. But still today, one is able to find a special type of smoker that would only find their enjoyment from smoking the nargile