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Why More People Are Choosing Dokha

May 23, 2017

Why Are More and More People Choosing Dokha?

Why are more and more people choosing Dokha?  Dokha has been popular in the UAE and the Middle East for centuries, but its popularity and fame has spread far and wide – these days, more and more people are choosing Dokha rather than cigarettes as it is a more pure, natural and additive free tobacco than traditional cigarette smoking.

People who’ve tried smoking Dokha on holiday in the UAE have brought their fondness for it back home, and we at Enjoy Dokha are committed to providing the very best quality Dokha globally.

What is it about Dokha that’s got people switching away from other tobacco?

Here’s what Enjoy Dokha think are the reasons why more people are choosing Dokha..

Pure and natural. Dokha is the pure, natural, original Arabic tobacco, and Enjoy Dokha brings it to you direct from the source. Dokha is naturally dried by the hot desert winds, before being finely ground in a time-honoured tradition which preserves the tobacco’s natural colouration and organic content. The end result is a strong, fresh, firm flavour which is inescapably Dokha, and can’t be replicated anywhere else.

Less processing. All Enjoy Dokha Arabic tobacco blends are free from pesticides, herbicides or any chemical preservatives. By hanging the tobacco leaves on wooden battens to dry in the hot desert air all of the nicotine gravitates to the tips of the leaves. The traditional growing, harvesting and curing methods means that the tobacco retains its natural greenish/brownish colouration and freshness.  Once it is finely ground, in a timely manner, the resulting products are then bottled in air-tight bottles ready to be shipped direct to our customers all around the world.

Original blends. Enjoy Dokha, as purveyors of fine Arabic tobacco, ensure that only the very best blends support our brand name.  The blends that we source, and come under the umbrella of Enjoy Dokha House Blends, are typically classified as Light (Blue), Medium (Gold) and Hot (Red), with the great ‘buzz‘, which Dokha is famous for.  The buzz you get from smoking Dokha can depend on how frequently you smoke and the strength of the blend you choose.

Dokha buzz. Part of the pleasure of smoking Dokha is the enjoyable warm buzz that comes when you exhale; a buzz that’s intensified by Dokha’s natural strength and the traditional methods used in its production. Light (Blue) Dokha typically produces a pleasing light buzz upon exhaling, with Medium (Gold) and Hot (Red) blends providing a more intense buzz.

Save your money, save your time. Dokha is stronger by weight than most comparable tobaccos, meaning less tobacco needs to be smoked in order to achieve the same satisfaction. As a result, Dokha provides a more efficient smoke than cigarettes or Western pipe tobacco, taking less time and is also a more economical choice for seasoned smokers.

Tradition. When you smoke Dokha, you can experience the intense satisfaction and unique flavour that first made it a firm favourite in its Middle Eastern countries of origin. Traditionally Dokha has been smoked through wooden or animal bone hand-made pipes called a Medwah (Midwakh).  Nowadays Medwakhs can be made from all sorts of materials and the pipes that Enjoy Dokha source from all over the Middle East can be made with wood, metal, animal bone or a combination of the three.  We can personalise your Medwakh by adding precious gems but obviously that will cost you dear!

Pure and natural, traditionally and organically grown and processed – now that’s a good enough reason why more people are choosing Dokha.  It is an antidote to the mass-produced and additive-laden products most smokers are familiar with. At Enjoy Dokha we believe that quality over quantity speaks for itself, and the increasing numbers of people making the switch suggest we can’t be too far off the mark. Save your money while satisfying your taste buds: give Dokha a try with Enjoy Dokha today.


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