Just took a seat, Titoon29! Love all your reports from the past so very much looking forward to what you will experience here as I prefer Moroccan hashish the most compared to other types of import I almost all know from personal experience over the years.
Sadly didn't make it to the Rif myself yet for several reasons but for sure will at some time(among other things have to brush up my French a lot, mais c'est mon tour!).
Firstly, as you provided some links I'll do the same brazenly as project
of member Snuicide with Moroccan landrace on here might be interesting for you to some point as well. Also PepéTheGrower on here kindly again provided an abstract
about Morocco and Cannabis floating around for a while but is also well worth a read for anybody interested in this subject. Also especially since you pointed out a bit of history as usual. Enjoy.
Secondly, not interested in Bho laced moroccan hashish or ice-o-lators from there, all about dry sift for me!
Remember when you posted that picture of the 'Shoe' in the imported thread on here. Had this over the years every now and then and just recently and the beginning of this year(marginal dfferent grades though, the one you showed is rock hard indeed while I also had softer ones in the past).
Although undenieable rich quality, especially among the old school heads of our circle, I'd prefer the one you filling your vaporizer with or the other one shown to this any day.
Especially as I had unpressed versions in the past as you're showing here, too.
A matter of taste though and each to their own of course in the end.
Personally would be interested to get more informations about what they call 'Mexican' as you mentioned it too and it is indeed around since a long time it seems.
What about 'Jamaican' I heard over the years every now and then but haven't, knowingly at least, induldged? Maybe both were the very first western hybrids popped up there.
Is this still up to date as so many western hybrids flooding the place over there(are they really working with clones there now in some areas as I always doubted they use cuts like Amnesia, more likely the name is just a marketing tool again.)?
Market changes massively at the minute it seems since some years as reported on here,too.
Hope you can travel around a bit there as usual and see lots of differenct approaches when it comes to genetics and techniques. And if not you're still having an amazing time I take it for sure
! Kudos to your inexhaustible élan and enthusiasm about that plant while letting all of us take part in your experience