Hand rubbed and lovingly collected. Good Nepalese hashish is aromatic in smell, dark brown/blue in colour and quite solid in consistency. It is usually stronger and more balanced than Afghan or Indian hash and is also more sought after. There is no organised market for Nepal and it is always rare. More common in the Netherlands than anywhere else in Western Europe.
Slightly earthier and redder in appearance, and a lot less smooth on the palate than other types of Nepal. This stuff is worth trying though, it has a more stupefying effect than other kinds of hash from this area and has a lovely aroma.
‘Blows the mind, Cools the head’.
A more refined version of Nepalese hash, sometimes more concentrated in strength and flavour. Good Temple Ball is always natural and strong! Considered some of the best hash in the world, if you can find the real article. Often the Temple Ball sold in places like Amsterdam is just superior Nepal and genuine Temple Ball has become very scarce.
Darker in colour than regular Nepal and often less aromatic, perhaps due to the colder climates where it is produced. Himalaya is some of the strongest black hash available if you can find it.
Also known as Black Spice
A stronger version of Himalaya, about as strong a Hash as you can get naturally. Aromatic and powerful, a complex and oily taste. It is hard to judge how much you are smoking as it is very smooth on the palate. Powerful and visual buzz, best used in a pipe or chillum.
A little heat from your fingers will allow the consistency of the hash to become like fudge. This is hashish with a THC content of roughly 30%
Black Spice Late 2012
Not quite as strong as the last lot but still an amazingly good piece of hash here.. now €15 a gram. Dark plumes of smoke pour off it and it has depth and taste that are to match.