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a rich and smooth kona blend made with real kona coffee from hawaii. a slightly sweetened blend of kona classic coffee and 2% milk and caramel flavors, served over ice. a slightly sweetened blend of kona classic coffee and 2% milk poured over ice. a slightly sweetened blend of kona classic coffee, 2% milk and vanilla flavors, served over ice. When it comes to smoking dry herbs, there are plenty of methods and pieces that smokers have to choose from. However, there’s nothing that beats the cool, smooth hits that water pipes can give. For many hardcore smokers, bongs are the smoking method of choice, and for good reason. They’re comfortable to hold, the water provides great filtration, and the piece itself is a work of art. As bongs have progressed from an underground movement popularized by Tommy Chong to a mainstream smoking method, glass crafters have perfected many different styles. Read on to learn about the differences between these styles, and help you to choose the perfect bong for you. The straight tube bong is the most basic water pipe style available. Unlike bongs of other shapes, straight tube bongs keep things simple. They filter smoke using a downstem, which should be submerged in water. Pieces in this style are easy to clean, and have a classic look. Straight tube bongs also clear much faster than bongs of other styles, making for larger hits. Many smokers who are still learning how to smoke a bong opt for this basic choice. Zig Zag Bong (Zong) Bongs with a zig-zag shape are quite common, and for good reason. Some zig-zag shaped bongs have one curve, while others have more. Sometimes referred to as zongs because of their shape, zig-zag shaped bongs have a few benefits. Second, and more importantly, the zig-zag serves an important purpose. It serves as a splash guard, preventing water from coming up from the water chamber and into your mouth. This makes the smoking experience far more enjoyable. As one of the primary “laboratory” themed pieces, beaker bongs are shaped exactly like the measuring tool. Beaker bongs make great daily pieces, largely because of the heavy bottom portion. The wide base is perfect for the coffee table in your smoking room, and will not be easily knocked over. Wider beaker bongs can also generate lots of smoke. Round base bongs are similar in design, and carry the same benefit. Named for the historical Russian jeweled eggs, Faberge Egg shaped bongs offer smokers several benefits. The distinguishing feature of Faberge Egg bongs is the egg-shaped percolator. Faberge egg percolators pair well with other percolators, allowing more room for the bubbles to spread out.
As far as bong styles go, recyclers tend to be a bit more technical. However, this unique style delivers extra-smooth hits, thanks to the filtration.
Recycler bongs, also known as multi-chamber bongs, take the smoke through the filtration process a few times. After passing through a percolator, the smoke is then routed through a larger water chamber. Most recycler bongs have one chamber inside another, or both attached to the outside.