Prepare your Phunnel-type pot in 6 easy steps

We are sure that more than once you have wondered how to properly prepare a phunnel-type pot, and how to load tobacco into this type of bowls.

Well, today we bring you another tutorial.What’s the reason? Well, simply because we want you to get the most out of your pots, and get as optimal smokes as possible.

How to get it? Well learning to use not only the cachimba itself, but all the accessories and accessories that they complete.

What is a phunnel pan?

If to this day you’ve been using the typical Egyptian porcelain saucepan that came included when you bought your pot, you should know that you have a whole world to explore, as handmade pots provide better smoke.

A phunnel-like saucepan is a bowl that has a central vortex, carrying the tobacco into the surrounding tank.Today, this type of pots are more used, as tobacco tends to become much more soaked in tlasting than a few years ago.

The big difference between phunnel and Egyptian pots is the way airflow on tobacco acts, getting phunnels to cook and coat tobacco in their own meds, while EgyptiansPhunnel bowls cook and resequelate tobacco in their own tings, while Egyptian pots have a vertical flow of air and have other properties in smoking.

Steps to prepare a Phunnel-like bowl

Preparing a pot is a very simple thing, but it requires minimal knowledge, and of course, steps that we must follow to get a “perfect smoke”.

And it’s not just about choosing a good tobacco, or providing the right heat and the right way… not even to opt for the use of a heat manager or not. The steps necessary for us to prepare our phunnel pan are:

Choose our favorite bowl

It’s clear that everyone has our brand preferences, and it really should be. Although, on many occasions, the brand of the pan is not the main point at which we must look at when buying a.

The type of material with which the pot is made in which we are going to prepare our tobacco for smoking from our horn, will cause the way in which we will smoke and taste the tobacco.

For example, white clay with chamote is a material with which refractory pots are made, which heat tobacco in a uniform way, and allows us to make the most of it during longer sessions with our pot.

On the other hand, black mud often absorbs heat with incredible effectiveness, pampering tobacco, and keeping it stable the heat management of the most delicate smokers.

However, the grey clay with which The Brazilian Super Bowl bowls are usually made, allows them to start in a fulminant way, and are ideal for people waiting for large puffs of smoke from the first moment.

On this occasion, we have thought of the Helium Small SE pot, which is a bowl with which we will spend about 15gr. of tobacco, approximately, for a more than enough load.