Around ten million Quechua Indians live in South American countries such as Peru and Bolivia. They live and work in harmony with nature. Since ancient times, the life of the Quechua Indians has included weaving the wool of alpacas and the useful use of natural materials such as clay and terracotta.For thousands of years, the Quechua Indians, native to the highlands of the arid Andes, have kept tobacco and coca leaves fresh by using a special terracotta pottery. We at Simaru have found Quechua Indians in Bolivia who still practice this technique. With pride they produce, 100% natural and traditional, our terracotta tobacco humidifier.
The stone is used to humidify rolling tobacco to keep it fresh longer. The clay stone constantly releases small amounts of moisture. This keeps the rolling tobacco moist and fresh, even if it has been open for several days. Our tobacco humidifiers are available in packs of 3 or 5. So that this unique technique is not forgotten, Simaru promotes this cultural heritage of the Quechua and Aymara Indians and sells the tobacco humidifier exclusively with the Siegelder Tiahuanaco culture. If you too are tired of
for a crumbly dry tobacco, then decide for the natural Simaru tobacco humidifier...
If you want to intensify the effect, you can optionally place several terracotta discs in the tobacco pouch.
Terracotta disc as tobacco humidifier
Always fresh and moist rolling tobacco
Tobacco humidifier round, pack of 3 or 5, diameter: 32mm, height: 8mm
Easy to use, great effect: put teracotta stone in water, let it dry and put it in tobacco pouch
Diameter 32cm, height: 8mm