Shishapresso: It’s all in your head
“With its unique capsules, Shishapresso is an easier way to enjoy your hookah experience.”
NEW YORK, New York – Shishapresso®, has worked hard to create this unique and innovative solution which eliminates the mess and hassle involved with the preparation of a Shisha. The Shishapresso® capsule is filled with the finest shisha tobacco molasses, made from quality European Virginia tobacco leaves, and infused with natural flavors.
With Shishapresso® users will enjoy an unforgettable, convenient and consistent smoking experience. This is ensured by packing the right amount of tobacco, the right texture and a unique foil hole pattern.
The evolution of the cigarette industry has seen many milestones in innovation over the years. From the invention of loose, roll your own cigarettes to wrappers and all the way to the biggest innovation of all, the cigarette filter. The latest innovations mainly focus on the filter and the packaging. The shisha industry has seen little evolution since its creation and has always been a loose tobacco industry. Shishapresso® has created the first innovative milestone within the shisha industry. Something on par with what happened over 100 years ago in the cigarette industry.
To enjoy the Shishapresso® capsules, a specially designed Shisha head must be purchased either through our starter kit or individually. The created ceramic head is made of the finest porcelain with reduced heat absorption making it easier to handle the head during and after smoking.
Shishapresso® has developed a unique blend of flavors made of the finest European tobacco and natural flavors designed to satisfy and tantalize. Whether an occasional smoker, a regular smoker or for Shisha cafés, Shishapresso is easy for anyone to use and enjoy!
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