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Sick of tasting nasty bong water when you hit the bong?


Got low quality herbs and need to enhance the flavour?


The solution is here!







NINE flavours to choose from!

The latest addition to the Bong Water Flavours family is Watermelon!


Watermelon is everyone’s favorite summer fruit.

Did you know that the Watermelon isn’t even a fruit? Yeah, neither did I. Here are some other interesting facts about Watermelon.


• The first recorded watermelon harvest occurred nearly 5,000 years ago in Egypt.


• Watermelon is 92% water.


• Early explorers used watermelons as canteens.


• By weight, watermelon is the most-consumed melon in America.

Another new addition to

bong water flavours is



Add a little flavour and enjoy the tangy taste of Purple Grape Bong Water Flavours.


• Spanish explorers introduced the grapes to America about 300 years ago.


• Yes, grapes are a kind of berry. They have a leathery covering and a fleshy inside, similar to blueberries.


• Grapes come in many colors, including green, red, black, yellow, pink, and purple. "White" grapes are actually green.

One of the most popular and all time favorite flavours



Blueberries are just awesome.  Here are some things that make them one of the most popular superfoods.


• Blueberries protect against memory loss!

A 2012 study suggested that eating at least one serving of blueberries a week slowed cognitive decline by several years.


• They can be used as a natural food dye.


• Many blueberry-flavored processed foods do not contain any real blueberries.

A special combination of fruit and berry creating a burst of



There’s nothing like spotting the first sweet ripe strawberries of the season and picking them right from the vine.  Now you can experience that freshness combined with the sweetness of Mango.


• Strawberries are the only fruit that wear their seeds on the outside.


• Strawberries are members of the rose family.


• Mangos were grown in India over 5,000 years ago.


• A mango tree can grow as tall as 100 feet.


Juicy and soft.  Always fun!



People the world over enjoy chewing bubble gum. This tiny pink piece of gum helps relieve stress, and it even helps one concentrate!


• 100,000 tons of bubble gum is chewed every year all around the world.


• The color of the first successful bubble gum was pink, because it was the only color that was left with the inventor.


• Kids in North America spend approximately half a billion dollars on bubble gum every year.

Take a bite out of this fuzzy, juicy summertime fruit


• The peach is a member of the rose family, and there are over 700 varieties of the fruit.


• The two basic types of peaches are clingstone and freestone. In clingstone peaches, the flesh “clings” to the “stone” of the peach, making it difficult to separate. This type is more suitable for processing. The pit of freestone peaches “freely” separates from the flesh, making it ideal for fresh consumption.


• A large peach has fewer than 70 calories and contains 3 grams of fiber. It’s also a good source of vitamins A and C.

Raspberry is a superfruit
with amazing flavour!



• Eating raspberry improves eye vision. Since raspberry is rich in antioxidants, it protects the eye retina from oxidative stress. So it is effective in preventing the loss of eye vision or macular degeneration.


• Raspberry is rich in phytonutrient, antioxidants and tannins which proves effective to prevent inflammation of stomach, intestine and cardiovascular system


• Raspberry is rich in copper which increases the production of red blood cells.

Two flavours are better than one Try this amazing combination



Experience the explosive sensation of two powerhouse flavours coming together.  Green apple goodness meets kick ass kiwi in this popular bong water flavour.


Kiwi Tips:

A ripe kiwifruit will be plump and smooth-skinned, and free of wrinkles, bruises, and punctures. If you find that your kiwi is a little too firm after buying it, simply let it ripen at room temperature for three to five days.

Powerful Pineapple packs a Playful punch!



There are more than 8,000 grape varieties from about 60 species. The main types are American and European.


Pineapples spread around the world because they were kept on ships to ward off sailors' scurvy. Sailors would wash their pineapples down with a pony' (measure) of rum.


You can grow a pineapple plant by twisting the crown off a store bought pineapple, allowing it to dry for 2-3 days, and then planting it?


Did you know one pineapple plant produces only one pineapple every 2 years?

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