Origin of Shisha
A Shisha is an apparatus that consists of a hollow shaft that ends submerged below a reservoir of water, which is contained in a glass base jar. Another pipe takes the smoke from the jar and is inhaled by the smoker. The top of the shaft usually has a clay bowl, into which flavoured Tobacco Molasses is placed. Some form of Charcoal is placed above the Molasses, which helps burn it. The smoke produced is taken through the water in the base and then builds up in the glass jar, before being inhaled by the smoker.