The tobacco-free, flavourful narghilé

 

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Minerals to replace tobacco, with culinary essences for flavors:

Airdiem has pulled the narghile away from its tobacco past and placed it squarely in today’s gastronomy. Now it’s about the vapor as a way to taste natural products, organic culinary oils highly concentrated into fragrances—what we call “elixirs” — or perfumed salts.

The taste experience derives solely from the way the water is flavored. The trick to is get a vapor (from the distillation in the burner) that produces no interfering taste (this is our Pure No. 7 mixture), heated by a burner that likewise imparts no taste.

So it is the air bubbles streaming through the flavored water that bring the flavor into the mouth.

In this we are harkening back to a practice of 19th century women who added rose water or orange blossoms to the narghile water.

Vegetable or fruit juice, bouillon or meat drippings, even a cocktail or a fine cognac can be substituted for, or added to, the water.  All give the taste buds more to do.

Our elixirs offer unlimited tasting possibilities, in unlimited culinary combinations. Our line was developed with the help of Laure Deramond of Cuisine et Sens (winner of the 2007 SIAL prize for innovation) and tested with the enthusiastic collaboration of award-winning chefs.

 

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Our line was developed with the help of Laure Deramond of Cuisine et Sens (winner of the 2007 SIAL prize for innovation) and tested with the enthusiastic collaboration of award-winning chefs.bq2

 

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