Imported (Moroccan, Afghani, Nepalase) Hash photo's and discussion....

NotYourSaviour

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So a bit late[did anyone say Crimbo commitments?]some pictures from our latest trip I posted about here closely before festivities in A'dam. Hope everyone – if celebrating – had a lovely time with family and/or friends! As per tradition these days I had to take a picture of lonely but lovely Dam again!

One on the left is showing second best blondish resin with foreign genetics this trip, a very balanced product is all I can say. One in the middle is the winner of this trip and a strong one, especially effectwise. One to the right is a supposedly tripple filtered traditional Moroccan hashish which was something! Resinous piece of loveliness ; had to cut it for whitish interior!

As a sidenote: I reported about a filtered version of traditional Moroc a few months back from an other shop and this take here was very similar and genuine high grade.

If these are a foretaste of things to come count me in.

Funnily we picked up the best traditional resin again privately and you know what? When we saved this blonde goodness for a wake and bake we were bloody surprised by its strength. I mean very strong flavour we are already used to there but this time it was stronger than any Moroccan classic hashish I ever encountered ; almost as strong as many of the strong filtered ones. As I said I appreciate surprises big time!
Easily the best traditional one of that trip. While taste is a bit muted though still particularly strong and I can live with that as all in all too a lovely balanced product taste- and effectwise. Wonder if this was filtered again, have to ask next time as it only was said it is the usual gift for the festivities:whee:. Sorry, no pictures.

Seems this mentioned filtered version of classic lineage is doing its rounds at coffeeshops now in town and elsewhere. Will see what happens next and maybe it even helps to maintain those genetics all products considered available on the market of hashish and grass!

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[Disclaimer: rants and scepticism incoming!: ]

@ Haze*ekiel420

No offence intended but hard to decode your posts sometimes though I think I figured it out: yes, there is a somewhat standard now when it comes to those 'filtrados'. Many taste very similar despite being a high grade product ; unique ones more difficult to find. Though as I said before this is to some degree another first world problem as you could say the same about certain qualities from traditional hashish producing countries[where it is also difficult to find stand outs among omnipresent commercials]. Would prefer not to consume anything below after all this years so a lovely standard anyway.

Yes I heard about the plans of Germoney and if legalisation would become true I hope for a strong domino effect when it comes to Europe/Western World and hopefully not to forget the rest of the planet! As far as I'm informed only Canada and Uruquay is currently fully legal. Any country is welcome to join this me thinks!
Wouldn't have expected any movement from this area so hopefully not only warm words as I've read there are still some serious hurdes but time will tell. Switzerland is cooking something up for next year as well[very keen experiencing this considering climate, history and general approach] but this is more of a trial respectively study. Luxembourg claimed something similar a few years back and Nederland already planned official wiet[study, no legalisation] from the goverment for this year as reported before but due to Covid or what ever nothing happened yet.
Haven't heard anything new also.

Saying this, no matter where they will legalise across this planet I will probably never stop to travel to Nederland[as I know and appreciate people, culture and stuff anyway apart from the obvious which is just a bonus] and elsewhere if there is traditional goodness to be had on site, even a legalisation across Europe would not fully satisfy me as I'm looking for that type of resin so Morocco has to legalise as well so it is officially possible to import their product to legal countries[I'm very sick of grey areas, see outdated coffeeshop approach I preach about since an eternity].
This would be heaven.

Personally not at all interested in grass anymore if legal or not and merely a substitute to me as reported before but each to their own, huh[even would go that far saying I'd end up producing my own sift again if I get the opportunity which in fact is only meeting my standards and again to be brutally honest others and me deserve a hell of a lot better quality as if one compares the traditional approaches with what is possible today hashwise in a more controlled environment it becomes clear that refering to the classic ones is a bit of nostalgia sorta ; one could even say those traditional ones are just primitive but for many reasons this comparison isn't fair. Consumed proper sift from indoor crops myself and the filtered ones lately are not too far away from this but proper own made is prefered most proabably. 'Nuff said!. Nonetheless I will always have a soft spot in my heart for those resins! Just saying!] ?
Realistcially speaking I will not see that happen[traditional producing countries legalising] while walking the earth but would of course love to be proven wrong! Apart from that even if other countries legalise it will be a longer way for people in the know to enjoy those upcoming products as first big corporations will jump on this train and have to learn a lot to grow proper grass if one is looking at places where it is legal already before small grower operations can partake[the majority of consumers will be happy and this is a wonderful thing but heads probably just not].

Nonetheless this is again only pedantry from my side as the most important fact coming with legalisation is that no one is doing time anymore due to this drug. Rest of aspects[quality]will follow slowly but surely!

However, fingers crossed you can visit the Rif next summer. If this fails you know where to go. Though I can understand leaving things behind, so enjoy!
Just my two cents again!


Since this year ends soon I think it's time for some narcistically reminiscence regarding 2021:

Looking back I think hashwise this was still not a good year supplywise at home. Still bored and disappointed about what's available and as intended even managed to mostly sticking to high grades. This means 80% of my riddiculous consumption I did on Dutch soil at trusted sources without much averageness which definitely was more costly but in the end more enjoyable as a very welcoming and important change of scenery.
At home only a few testings of what material arrived during the year. Also got my hands on steady organic and cured homegrown again as a substitute but not even had to use this often as it is just not doing much anymore for me for some reasons. Quite a good thing in my humble opinon consuming even more less, enjoying more. Even inspired some of our circle[we are all no medical users!] to do similar without preaching whereas others sticked to what mid-grades were available which is fine as well as again each to their own.

Nonetheless I hope for better quality, especially traditional hashish for next year but this still will take a while due to Covid but again slowly but surely most probably.
Will detox for at least a month from January as usual, hopefully even longer and then for sure see what's available 'everywhere'. See you then!

Last but not least: Happy new year to all readers and members of Icmag! All the best to you in what ever aspect of your life!
 

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Loads of the usual blonde commercials about that I tend to avoid as they're all the same.

Came across a darker sticky bar the other week, definitely oilier and a bit more strength to it, can't remember the stamp on it.

Met a new contact that apparently can get Nepalese and a few other exotics, I'll see what's on offer and hopefully it's not crap.
 
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NotYourSaviour

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Happy new year, everybody!

In advance some self-praise: My as usual self-imposed sobriety[proper detox included as well also as usual since years]lasted at least sixty+ days this time. Luckywise fast-breaking could be celebrated this time at a mate's festivity who also provided some whitish 120 micron sift[indoor] finally processed in a dry freezer indoors – forgot about the strain but what a pronounced taste and strong up-high!

However, closely after that had to visit Nederland again as otherwise would have been the usual place for fast-breaking due to choice.

In other words, back from our latest visit to some Dutch provinces.

First picture is the best 'dry sift' and filtered supposedly from Morocco we found there ; not too special look but a hard to describe different taste to many others I had in the past, sorta fresh and spicy if that makes sense. High was also very relaxing beside an quite strong uppish effect. Handling was similar to some solid oldschool Morocs and not crumbly at all by the way.

Fourth picture was the best Moroc with foreign genetics a well respected koffieshop could deliver. More on the subtile side of things tastewise[read discreetly]but a strong enough body stoned and more of a clear head high. Considering what's available in the past years I'm tempted to rate this a mid-grade but that would be not fair as it is just a bit commercial high grade but indeed not special in any case. Still, at home this would be more than welcome.
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Funnily I also saw at a certain Moroccan establishments one of those rolls respectively sticks[shape]seemingly doing their rounds at the minute so I just had to try it to compare[I had such rolls in the past every now and then and they were 100g if memory serves me right but type of shape still isn't interesting to me as long as it is quality. Though anyone remember those Moroccan 'apples' years back? ], especially as this was sold relatively cheap for coffeeshops. I take it it's bubble hashish judged by handling which is smeary yet creamy and probably they used whole plants to produce it I hear and was told the other day on an other occassion before from an other source.

Latter one I wasn't too surprised about as I took it they tend to do it for quantity reasons anyway in the Rif[except for on demand] and producing bubble via this method should satisfy most farmers over there in my humble opinion harvestwise apart from the usual waste of local ressources coming with it[areas with lack of water]. Taste reminded me of many of the more commercial filtered ones as just coming with that stereotype taste though somehow even more refined if that makes sense[read even more stereotype, haha] ; also strong in taste and quite white on the inside. Strength was also there and it only was roughly half the price of best resin from the first picture. What ever, considering this happened in the provinces at that price and quality[same quality as with the first wave of that stuff years back]some things are changing slowly but surely.
By the way also had one special prehistoric high grade traditional Moroc from an other establishment which was lovely in its own way and an other classic one more rare but still very decent ; no pictures though! Also tried one other foreign genetics one definitely labelled as filtered high grade but not even bubbled, tasted very different and only came up with a uppish mild high, suppossedly also from Morocco by the way ; not reccomended!

ToBeDetermined: wanted to mention that the other day already when discussing prices. Yes, Canada seems to be a bit more expensive but as I said before too the quality is probably better and not from dodgy sources ; again imports from third-world-countries are obviously cheaper too due to even more exploitation of this than in our oh so wonderful western world as said before, too. Bubble made in Nederland or Spain of similar quality is still more expensive than that bubble now coming from Morocco for said reason[not talking about so called 'hash artist' here]as it is produced locally compared to low wage countries like Morocco and others. So high taxes at coffeeshops carry less weight then.

Sandsmp81: thanks for the input it seems not much happens anymore in this fine thread here. Reminds me of some subpar stuff I've seen this year which among others was a bar again coming with a Tidghine+plant sticker but as you said just bland blonde commercials, also an other stating 'high life' or shit ; source raved about how easily it crumbles for a joint, oh my. Price at least wasn't too bad but I'm good thanks as usual.
Also just the day before yesterday I was offered some egg-shaped Moroc for an okish price which just arrived but despite the gear was not contaminated I refused as although it was a high grade[bordering a bit on commercial and in fact similar to the second best apart from effects from the latest trip from the second lot of pictures here]it only had a relatively mellow high while being tasty enough[foreign genetics]so I will wait for better stuff to arrive as just spoilt myself as mentioned prior and stick to this.
Hope I won't regret it in a few weeks if everything turns dry but no risk no fun, innit:biglaugh:? Saying that I escorted some mates on their spree through the Dam beginning of this month but I still was on me fasting and there was no reason offered there breaking it as all was sold and interesting I already had in December.
Still don't fancy Nepalese or Indian hashish at all but fingers crossed you can get your hands on them if you do!
 
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NotYourSaviour

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All right then everything went quickly here as just a few days after our reported return from the Dutch provinces a source approached me to tell me about the sticks I refered to here and there the other day. What a welcoming coincindence!

Apart from the silly 420 sticker I was told it's melty Kush supposedly from Morocco, what ever filtered and 90u ; these shaped ones are indeed 100+g not 98g nor 96g by the way[are they really Moroccan, haha?]. While I absolutely can taste a bit of kush in there I despite good potency doubt the other claims for several reasons.

From the crumbly almost wet feel to it it[all cut with a cold knife] reminds me of Dry Ice yet Bubble hash as suspected as well as being told the other day in Nederland I reported about. Hope this ochre oil oozing piece is not just worked hashish mentioned some time back in this post[cheers again!] and seemingly still doing its rounds[fuck those suppliers!] ; while there is a prominent taste it is a bit stereotype compared to more unique sifts/filtered I had in the last years so I speculate fresh frozen material would have, if quality source material applied, been more distinct in taste as I had this with others before but one never knows.
This puzzles me but I cannot explain this texture and feel otherwise ; I know this is sounding weird respectively misleading about possible processings but I just can't get my head round to it as it is a bit of a mystery to me this overall package as I had no 'dry sift' like this before at all[what ever that means]. However, it is a very smooth smoke and apart from the note of Kush there is again this stereotype taste coming with those grades at a certain level of quality and reported about in the past ; sorta sweet, sour cinnamonic - by the way very whitish inside.

This is cutter material potencywise though as it provides a strong one dimensional up high while quite relaxing the body ; just a few days ago at a party where one source came up with the best on offer to try which sadly only were mids and thus I was very happy this gear here saved my evening when finally consuming this after having tried against all scepticicm a bit off the schwag on offer out of politeness. By the way I notice much less of a hangover next day when consuming this gear all night long.

So all in all a good high grade with foreign genetics to me though a bit commercial and leaves room for improvement as usual.

Though this is only a first world problem again and in the end it was worth a refill as well as stashing away some as usual, especially when considering what was available in the last years yet:biglaugh: this is nice enough price-/performance ratio. Funnily there would have been enough of this available but I was shown and tested some other Moroc which appeared promising so will wait for more of that to arrive , fingers crossed.


Again it is also saying something these sticks turned up at my neck of the woods so it is not only all about Nederland but also widely available it seems. Also funny was I paid here in wholesale what I paid in retail for similar quality at the coffeeshop counter[that price is considered inexpensive these days at coffeeshops] I reported in my prior post about but my material here is better quality to be fair.
Would have prefered quality oldschool resin but so be it ; at least one of the best I've seen around here since Covid19!


Interesting developments at the least. Good start of the season to me and curious what to expect next! Keep it up!
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SMDK

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Something lovely I picked up in Denmark. I believe its filtered hash by the special texture compared to regular commercial plates. The terpenes are wonderful on this one, very fresh plant smell, and the citrus notes mmm.. Truly a high grade product from Morocco.
 

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NotYourSaviour

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Fortunately could join the company of some mates spontanously whom had a few days off in some other Dutch provinces for some reasons. Another chapter of 'living the life to the fullest' - especially in those weird pandemic age at the minute[respectively: there always seems to be at least one lame reason:D] Along as usual we picked up some resin. Here are a few of them findings from this week:

First blondish item[picture#1+2] was scored privately and is of course then this year's best traditional Moroc yet. Spicy goodness and again quite strong body stoned for those types but the mind was nicely occupied as well!

Second one[pictures#3+4] was the recommendation of a budtender at a well established coffeeshop who came up with this story that all those so called dry sifts with foreign genetics[read all those filtrados and shit]are a mixture of imported traditional hashish from Morocco and Spain[made from indoor plants there].

Well this is one I haven't heard yet and he seemed to be serious about importeurs blending both resins as we questioned this of course. Not something completely unthinkable, especially considering an illegal product and the wonderful black market, though quite absurd even under said circumstances.
However, I didn't expect much as personally wouldn't have chosen this but it also had a relatively strong taste of foreign genetics[grass]as well as a similar up high.
One of the few quality ones I yet encountered which didn't bubble, not even slightly as with so many mids[Note: it's as discussed before not all about bubbling to me when testing quality but the quality ones which did not are a great minority, let alone
the good ones not bubbling never were from the range of expceptional ones ; yes one can fake it but the way it bubbles, if proper gear, is unmistakeable if one has some experience.
Also the look 'didn't say it all' as some decades back quality ones were looking like that but not just today as discussed before here in this thread, too]. All in all nice enough but wouldn't buy that again most probably.

Third one[pictures#5+6] is supposed to be a double filtered blonde Moroc ; foreign genetics. Less tasty than the second(which was also significantly more pricey by the way comapred to this blonde here] .
Taste['grass'] was there but more subtile than e.g. the second ; funnily this here – while as potent as many of this grade – couldn't cut through the fog of the strong traditional one from the first picture when consumed after that wake and bake the next morning:biglaugh:.
All in all good commercial high grade but not too special when having a choice!

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As a snapshot in time I can say that again on this visit those filtered ones were as well pretty much around and again noticeably cheaper than they used to be which again is confirming investigations[strictly semi-scientific as usual of course]of our prior visit just a few weeks ago to some other provinces as well as my latest purchase locally.
General quality is a bit on the rise, one definitely gets more quality for one's bucks when it comes to the filtered ones. Still, traditional Moroc is a bit too expensive at coffeeshops and this is still only slowly changing.


@ LeWulf

Nice score, enjoy! Forgot to comment the other day but haven't had any afghan genetics from Morocco lately as far as I can remember but six years back in Spain I can clearly recall a lovely purchase of this when it also on that occassion was one of the best I ever had.

@ SMDK

Congratulation you got hold of this as it looks tempting! Agree about the texture!
 
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NotYourSaviour

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Bit of a belated post(did anyone say forum update? Easter? )but someone and myself went to Amsterdam at the beginning of April for a sold out show full of kids at the Paradiso which was nice enough[cheers for unaware inspiration!]. Again, there is always a cheeky excuse for a trip, right?

Not much time for some reasons though still a couple of coffeeshops were visited and even managed to take some blurry pictures of the best available for that overnighter. Pictures unfortunately do not show colour of said crumbly-oilish resin with foreign genetics supposedly from Morocco as it is greyish. However, a delight to consume for taste[still grass but way more pronounced than the usual wares of that quality]and strong enough effects[more heady] ; of course what ever filtered. Distinctively different compared to many of that grade and so easily the best acquired.

Otherwise nothing new at all but noticed prices at coffeeshops went down again when it comes to traditional hashish from the Rif[though only scored the foreign genetic ones this stay ; too I can again say that private sources already reported a 'back to normal' situation pricewise in Nederland in November, 2021 - also certain sources at home now report the same but only have seen the usual mids unfortunately yet].
Appreciate that trend and hope for more in the future! One budtender at a trusted dive pointed out that a good bunch of the filtered ones apart from Morocco not only come from Spain or Nethterlands as suspected since ages but also from the United Kingdom – and whereever else! No surprise at all but still interesting how tables turn in time:biggrin:!

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Semi-dry

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@NotYourSaviour

I know the hash your smoking, the round cylinder 100grams are 100% made in Morocco.

I agree it’s not dry-sift, I have never smoked hash like this in my life. I got mine in 100g blocks tho as they was a better quality. When they leak oil they are actually cheaper, people want them bone dry
I live in Amsterdam, have smoked hash for the last 24 years and I have never smoked stuff like this.

Also the name of the hash is called

DRY, can also be called SEMI-DRY.

It also doesn’t come in the normal plastic wrapper we are so use to.

Mine come wrapped in cling film then grease proof paper.

The stuff does not bubble, it was way beyond that. Mine actually melts, people are also wrongly calling the stuff “Full melt” it’s officially known as semi-dry.

It has the most pungent deepest weed smell I have ever smelt.
 

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Semi-dry

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I only have videos of the melt, hard to show in pictures but you get the idea. You can see the circled part starting to melt and fall in on itself
 

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pjlive

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I only have videos of the melt, hard to show in pictures but you get the idea. You can see the circled part starting to melt and fall in on itself
This looks a lot like the Afghan hashish I had a very long time ago. My bricks were stamped with the Afghani symbol, wrapped in lambskin, and sewn closed. I don't know for sure, but I believe it was from the Mazar region. I tried for many years to discover how it was made. I'm still not sure, but the closest I came was to find a guy who claimed he was in a farm village where the process for the bricks was done. He claimed they were made using a graduated linen cloth system into large catch bins. After the pollen was collected from the finest grain linen, it was pressed by hand then placed into a heated iron pan or slate. Taken off, sometimes spit on, then replaced on the heated iron to be hand pressed again. The process was repeated until the Hashishan felt the worked hash reached the right consistency. Final step was to use a piece of wood to press the hash into a metal mold and stamp it, wrap it in lambskin, sew it closed, then bury it at least a three feet deep for a few months. Don't know exactly how long. The bricks I had were also very dry and difficult to cut through even with a Stanley blade until heated, then they'd bubble and melt. You could also eat it raw. Too much of it and you'd be locked in place for hours or pass out entirely.
 

sandsmp81

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As far I'm aware these new names have come from Spanish/Moroccan "farm" groups, dry just means dry sift and semi dry is the grade below that, then there's commercial.

The highest quality now is "static" or "frozen sift static" (even seen some groups selling blocks of rosin) they are using the static technique to separate the better resin heads, they also use this technique in Afghanistan using a metal bowl to create the static charge.
Frozen sift I believe is frozen plants dry sifted and the price of that was the same as "static".

The order of quality from the top to bottom I believe goes...

Static or frozen static dry
120u and 90u dry
Semi dry
Commercial

Correct me if I'm wrong but that's the levels I've seen based on price from numerous "farm" groups.

A 100 gram bar of static straight from the "farm" is 1800 euro.
Commercial is around 100 to 200 euro per 100g bar.
 

Semi-dry

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Main Grades of hash

Most expensive to least

Beldia normally around €5000 (it’s not the strongest hash it’s just the most expensive because it’s the original, nostalgia and all that) plus the Moroccans like smoking it because you can smoke it all day with no bad effects (tiredness, drowsy) Beldia is like a fine wine at this point

Beldia (€5,000)
Semi-dry/dry (€4,000)
(Forget the name of the next grade)
Critical (€2,000)
Bread (€1,000) (bread is commercial)

I was told semi-dry/dry is the same thing. I think the name game is at play here

For example critical hash. It’s just called critical hash however it gets split into further groups when it’s sold on the street (everyone likes to be different) most famously. Doubled filtered, however it’s all critical hash for around €2,000 and up

The dry AKA semi dry is the same, semi-dry, dry, static sift is all sold under one umbrella name (Dry) then it has different grades within that. It’s around €4,000 (give or take)

I’ve seen them come with hand written labels, machine printed stickers, wrapped in plastic, wrapped in grease proof paper you name it but it’s all called Dry

I’m at fault calling it semi dry, even when it’s labelled DRAY, misspelling on the bar. it’s all the same tho (not really but you understand what I’m saying).

Full disclaimer this is not my photo however it was stuff I had, sold as Dry.

I personally like the ones in grease proof paper and golden colour on the inside it’s my personal favourite. @sandsmp81 do you see Dry sold in grease proof paper often in the groups? Just being nosy

I would also like to point out that “Dray” is some of the best hash I have ever smoked in my life even surpassing hash from coffeeshops. It is special
 

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ojd

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Main Grades of hash

Most expensive to least

Beldia normally around €5000 (it’s not the strongest hash it’s just the most expensive because it’s the original, nostalgia and all that) plus the Moroccans like smoking it because you can smoke it all day with no bad effects (tiredness, drowsy) Beldia is like a fine wine at this point

Beldia (€5,000)
Semi-dry/dry (€4,000)
(Forget the name of the next grade)
Critical (€2,000)
Bread (€1,000) (bread is commercial)

I was told semi-dry/dry is the same thing. I think the name game is at play here

For example critical hash. It’s just called critical hash however it gets split into further groups when it’s sold on the street (everyone likes to be different) most famously. Doubled filtered and triple filter, however it’s all critical hash for around €2,000.

The dry AKA semi dry is the same, semi-dry, dry, static sift is all sold under one umbrella name (Dry) then it has different grades within that. It’s around €4,000

I’ve seen them come with hand written labels, machine printed stickers, wrapped in plastic, wrapped in grease proof paper you name it but it’s all called Dry

I’m at fault calling it semi dry, even when it’s labelled DRAY, misspelling on the bar. it’s all the same tho (not really but you understand what I’m saying).

Full disclaimer this is not my photo however it was stuff I had, sold as Dry.

I personally like the ones in grease proof paper and golden colour on the inside it’s my personal favourite. @sandsmp81 do you see Dry sold in grease proof paper often in the groups? Just being nosy

I would also like to point out that “Dray” is some of the best hash I have ever smoked in life even surpassing hash from coffeeshops. It is special
Beldia has not been seen for years ? , you sure you mean Beldia , contacts all over from Amsterdam, London big time Hash dealers, contacts have not seen it for years now , years. Just new school , zero old school Beldia

People i know will take every single kilo of Beldia in London or Amsterdam if its ever seen again.

I still have 15-20 grams from years back the last time we ever see 100g blocks of it
 

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Beldia has not been seen for years ? , you sure you mean Beldia , contacts all over from Amsterdam, London big time Hash dealers, contacts have not seen it for years now , years. Just new school , zero old school Beldia

People i know will take every single kilo of Beldia in London or Amsterdam if its ever seen again.

I still have 15-20 grams from years back the last time we ever see 100g blocks of it

It does still exist. I got a couple grams last year at Siberie in Amsterdam. Are you sure your contacts would be so eager to get it in reality though? After all it's 5x the price for a lower potency product (but that's partly because of a more balanced THC:CBD ratio). And probably not the best of the best you remember from years back but just standard hash made from the traditional Beldia (Arabic for "local") strain.
 

ojd

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It does still exist. I got a couple grams last year at Siberie in Amsterdam. Are you sure your contacts would be so eager to get it in reality though? After all it's 5x the price for a lower potency product (but that's partly because of a more balanced THC:CBD ratio). And probably not the best of the best you remember from years back but just standard hash made from the traditional Beldia (Arabic for "local") strain.
Im 100% sure they will for the legitimate Beldia ( Caramelo)
If you really knew the old school Morrocan then you would know the new school doesnt come anywhere close to the flavours of the old classic Morrocan, new school all taste the same no matter what piece of paper is included with the block, or the bubble it gives with a flane , no special flavour at all, just a fresh taste , very little terps.
I been smoking Caramelo belidia since i was 15 and used to get them in eggs before anything else was ever seen in egg form , before everything started coming in eggs( im 42 this year) and wont ever forget or stop looking for it).

Im sure you can find a few grams in Amsterdam as some shops buy stock that last for years( kilos and kilos) but nobody i know in London, Amsterdam, Spain or anywhere has access to Beldia or what we call Caramelo now for years , at least 3 years now, maybe more
 

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