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Born Medwakh Colour Collection

November 15, 2021
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Born Medwakh Colour Collection

The Born Medwakh colour collection is a very exciting innovation by Enjoy Dokha.  These Medwakh pipes have been handmade by local artisans incorporating animal bone (Ox bone), resin and filigree gold metal inlay.  There are three colours available and depending on your mood you might like to own all three…

People are drawn to brightly coloured objects and these three Medwakh pipes are certainly eye catching.  Out with the old wooden Medwakh and in with the new colour variations brought to you by Enjoy Dokha!

These classically designed Medwakh pipes have arrived just in time for the festive season – the perfect gift for your smoking buddy!  They are also a collector’s piece and anyone should be proud to have them as part of their collection.

Although these Dokha smoking pipes are classed as ‘Fragile‘ which basically means that we don’t recommend that you tap out the old tobacco from the bowl of these pipes, rather you should use either a fabric pipe cleaner or a metal pipe cleaner to scrape the old burnt tobacco residue out from the bowl.  Surely no-one wants to smoke their fresh Dokha tobacco in a bowl which hasn’t been cleaned properly as the resultant stale smell and taste would not be rewarding in any way…

Suffused with the colour red, pink or aqua, these beautifully crafted Medwakh pipes are a joy to hold.

Enjoy Dokha are one of the most respected suppliers of quality Dokha and Medwakh pipes in the world and as such we have a great collection of Premium Medwakh pipes if the Born collection does not take your fancy…

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One of the top searches using the term ‘BORN’ on Google is the esteemed Bruce Springsteen’s 2016 memoir Born to Run where he explains that the Born in the USA single was first written as a protest song against the war in Vietnam and not the nationalistic singalong many people thought it was….

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