La Tertulia

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Lemon Haze
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Re: La Tertulia

Post by Lemon Haze » Sat 19th Jul 2014 03:48 pm

Very cool shop. Had a gram of Kali Mist and the space brownie. Both were mild but tasty. Cool place to chill, but the weed isn't as potent as it could be.
"Drugs induce paranoia and psychosis in people who have never taken any." Terence McKenna

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Re: La Tertulia

Post by notsofasteddie » Sat 19th Jul 2014 11:27 pm

Lemon Haze wrote:Very cool shop. Had a gram of Kali Mist and the space brownie. Both were mild but tasty. Cool place to chill, but the weed isn't as potent as it could be.
+1 on very cool shop with two very nice ladies!

Mild and Tasty isn't the worst thing in the world!

I wish they would re-stock their T-shirts as they are among the coolest to be had in Amsterdam!

XXL, if you please!! Actually, I need two!

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Re: La Tertulia

Post by MallowKream » Tue 28th Oct 2014 08:16 pm

I went here for the first time in May earlier this year. I think it is the nicest looking coffeeshop to chill in. I was served by a gentleman, late 50's I presume. Didn't see the 2 lady owners.

Lots of natural light which is rare for a coffeeshop in my opinion - I find them on the whole to be dimly lit, often foreboding places. Lots of greenery and a nice earthy vibe here though.

Didn't sample the produce available, heard mediocre reports, but did have a mint tea which was pretty minty and a bit tea-y and smoked some high grade from elsewhere. Nice outdoor seating area, and a little upstairs seating area - Doesn't look as nice as downstairs but is still a nice chill spot for a giant wophead doobie.

Place was empty when I visited, but it was during the day on a midweek afternoon. Definitely heading back here for the interior and the vibes.

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Re: La Tertulia

Post by MeanGreenMartian » Wed 19th Nov 2014 07:15 am

Anyone been here lately? I remember visiting this shop 4-5 years ago and scoring some really nice Casey Jones when it started getting real popular in NL. Coffeeshop atmosphere and bud tender were very friendly too

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Re: La Tertulia

Post by RvanSteensel » Wed 19th Nov 2014 11:11 am

MeanGreenMartian wrote:Anyone been here lately? I remember visiting this shop 4-5 years ago and scoring some really nice Casey Jones when it started getting real popular in NL. Coffeeshop atmosphere and bud tender were very friendly too
2 years ago they had decent sour diesel
Relax and take notes , as I take tokes of the marihuana smoke

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Lemon Haze
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Re: La Tertulia

Post by Lemon Haze » Sat 21st Feb 2015 08:08 am

Spent a few days hanging out here, one of my favorite places to chill out during the day. Tried the Amnesia, AMG, and Master Kush. The AMG was really really nice. Strong high and burned pure white ashes, same with the amnesia. Really impressed with the weed quality this trip.
"Drugs induce paranoia and psychosis in people who have never taken any." Terence McKenna

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Re: La Tertulia

Post by Matson » Fri 27th Feb 2015 06:56 am

Lemon Haze wrote:Spent a few days hanging out here, one of my favorite places to chill out during the day. Tried the Amnesia, AMG, and Master Kush. The AMG was really really nice. Strong high and burned pure white ashes, same with the amnesia. Really impressed with the weed quality this trip.
Do you remember seeing the Laughing buddha still on the menu? They used to have it few years back.

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Lemon Haze
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Re: La Tertulia

Post by Lemon Haze » Fri 27th Feb 2015 09:23 am

No I don't remember seeing it this time around.
"Drugs induce paranoia and psychosis in people who have never taken any." Terence McKenna

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Re: La Tertulia

Post by Marok21 » Wed 4th Mar 2015 09:31 pm

Lemon Haze wrote: The AMG was really really nice. Strong high and burned pure white ashes, same with the amnesia. Really impressed with the weed quality this trip.
thanks for that advice 8) was there this weekend because of your AMG review :D
Shop was completely packed :shock: Had a talk with a local customer about La Tertulias weed... he said it´s all bio organic and that is why he comes here for years. The AMG was like Lemon Haze said really clean... complete white ash and a nice smooth taste.
Will be back for sure :mrgreen:

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Lemon Haze
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Re: La Tertulia

Post by Lemon Haze » Wed 4th Mar 2015 09:37 pm

Cheers. It's my favorite shop to chill in during the day, always been friendly, and if you go during the week it's pretty empty so lots of space to chill. Only complaint I have is they are only open 11-7 6 days a week.
"Drugs induce paranoia and psychosis in people who have never taken any." Terence McKenna

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Re: La Tertulia

Post by la2019 » Thu 26th Mar 2015 06:39 pm

I can't believe I've never been to this place yet. Has anyone ever tried the Bubble Ice-O-Lator hasj from this shop? I really want to know if it's worth it to go for the 5-gram Medallion they sell. I'm totally intrigued by it the picture on the menu. Just the thought of having that little discus sounds great, but I can't imagine they move very many of them at 100E a pop!

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Re: La Tertulia

Post by Bliss Receptor » Fri 10th Apr 2015 11:12 pm

Tried a few strains from here on my last day.
Mango Haze - OK only. It had a slight hint of mango to its taste, but was otherwise quite bland.
Jack Herer - this was poor, didn't burn properly and tasted a bit odd.
Bubblegum - quite mellow but much better quality than the Mango and Jack.

Despite the wares not being up to much in here, they're are fairly priced 10 - 12 euros and they do 5e deals on certain strains. Really like the shop as a place to sit back and watch the world pass by.
'Everything I've seen needs rearranging' - Arthur Lee, 1967

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Re: La Tertulia

Post by __parky » Mon 14th Dec 2015 05:37 pm

This shop still open? Never been before so wouldn't mind paying a visit in Jan :mrgreen:

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OneHighMofo
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Re: La Tertulia

Post by OneHighMofo » Tue 15th Dec 2015 11:32 am

I believe it is still open dude yeah

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Re: La Tertulia

Post by LLMReb » Sat 2nd Apr 2016 03:48 am

Visited March 26th. Great location between the Jordaan and Rembrandsplein area. I often enjoy walking the Golden Horn area between the Jordaan and Rembrandsplein, so this shop ends up on my list. I didn't purchase here, but the owners are OK with a non-purchase if you order drinks. As a result, we ordered a lot of the juices. They make great juices!

The mother/daughter duo were working and very reserved, but very nice. It's incredible to me that they have operated that shop consistently all these years.

Great place to purchase a pipe if you don't have one and need one.

Great atmosphere with an older crowd.

Lots of board games and card games.

Nice music that does not make you wish to leave or insert earphones.

Fun place to take non-smokers.

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