For almost as long as there has been a concept of the tribe, or of civilization, people have
gathered. Gathered to share the experiences that shape who they are and who they aspire
to be. They congregated around the campfires that lit the darkness of night; they congregated in the common rooms and taverns of yesteryear; and today, they congregate in the
cafés and lounges of the world.
From Shanghai to London and on from there to New York and Tokyo, millions sit with
one-another and share of themselves. They share meals, drinks, and… Hookahs. They
laugh, they cry, they fall in love, and they forge new relationships—all as the Hookah
is passed from person-to-person, a ritual rooted in our common history.