Ceramic smoking pipes are one of the best ways to enjoy your smoke sesh. They’re durable, easily craftable into various shapes and sizes, and pretty easy to clean. These pipes are also opaque, which is great for hiding that murky bong water you forgot to change (hey, no judgement, we’ve all been there.)
Enjoy your tobacco or herbs in a ceramic figure of beauty and uniqueness. Smoke out of a pineapple to channel your inner undersea sponge. Pair your pipe with a built-in coffee mug to start your day off on the right foot. Or snag a bud vase so your pipe doubles as decoration.
No matter how you style them, ceramic pipes are the way to go. They express your unique aesthetic while remaining a solid way to smoke.
People have been using ceramic smoking pipes since the late 16th century. In fact, Sir Walter Raleigh was one of the first to promote this movement (though you probably know him as the famous poet, soldier, politician, courtier, spy, and explorer. Think James Bond but in the 1500s).
Once it caught on, people couldn’t get enough. At least for a while. Clay pipes have waxed and waned in the history of smoking like all things do. Today, they enjoy a resurgence as both a novelty and an everyday piece.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will a clay pipe affect the taste of my product?
- No, clay is even used by professional tasters to ensure the taste is not compromised by the smoking device. A ceramic pipe will not alter the flavor or aroma when you smoke.
How do I clean my ceramic pipe?
- The easiest method is to use Formula 420 pipe cleaner. It’s the only cleaning product that works in one minute. Just shake, rinse, and enjoy!
- Put a little rubbing alcohol and a pinch of salt into your pipe. Block the holes and shake it up. This will loosen any resin allowing you to simply rinse is out.
Can’t I just make my own clay pipe?
- We recommend not trying to make your own ceramic pipe unless you can use a kiln. Smoking through air dry clay, or any clay that hasn’t been fired, can have a negative effect on your health. It’s also likely to break.