La Tertulia

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Max Flower
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Post by Max Flower » Fri 11th Nov 2005 08:23 pm

Le Tertulia reminds me of the sort of coffeeshop that mom might own, as it has a very relaxed, kind and non threatening atmosphere.

In fact it's run by a mother and daughter team who have quite the cool little place to stop in for a smoke.
The shop itself is bright, open and airy and features a bit of an indoor garden and a mezzanine from which one can perch and watch the world go by.

Fronting onto the Prisengracht, it offers lovely canal views and tables by the water in nice weather. They make excellent milkshakes and yummy toasties, I've not tried the gear from here yet so can't comment either way there.

If you're tired of the usual bustling noisy shops of the centrum, then_ do _stop in here, just look for the large mural of Van Gogh painted on the outside.

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Post by Boner » Fri 11th Nov 2005 11:30 pm

I shant vote as I'm a little bit in the middle, the shop and staff are excellent but the weed I had was nothing special and had a very soapy taste which would of been down to the growers.
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Post by FloridaPothead » Wed 25th Apr 2007 09:56 pm

I didn't buy their weed, but I bought their brownies and they were the second best of the trip (Pink Floyd's space cake straight from the oven just ruled), but I did go back the next day for more brownies and they were closed. Awww.

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Post by geoffk » Thu 26th Apr 2007 04:19 am

FloridaPothead, you must have really covered some ground. Thanks for the reporting!

someone
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Great coffee shop

Post by someone » Mon 12th May 2008 03:31 am

I loved this cafe. Sitting by the canal drinking coffee having a spliff while listening to Lou Reed. Being surrounded by crystals was a bonus.
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Post by smokestaxlitenin » Tue 3rd Jun 2008 11:54 pm

how come i never see anything written about the two lovely ladies who run La Tertulia C/S......my last visit experienced some amnesia haze that had me rockin'....and it takes alot to do me in....seems like a perfect stop while visiting Anne frank house & westerkerk area........coffeeshop johnny is a friendly stop, too.
don't panic...smoke some organic....

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Post by smokestaxlitenin » Tue 3rd Jun 2008 11:56 pm

:P i love this place....always the first and last place I smoke on each trip.....
don't panic...smoke some organic....

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Post by smokestaxlitenin » Tue 15th Jul 2008 12:28 pm

totally beat weed last week...farewell la tertulia....
don't panic...smoke some organic....

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Post by Kermit » Tue 15th Jul 2008 03:19 pm

I feel the weed has become very poor at this place (shame). But on the other hand you can get some good food still and its a good location so still worth a visit with some other CS gear.

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Post by Kermit » Sat 2nd May 2009 03:11 am

Kermit wrote:I feel the weed has become very poor at this place (shame). But on the other hand you can get some good food still and its a good location so still worth a visit with some other CS gear.
well on a recent visit i purchased NYCD which was average if that, and some Bubble gum which again was average.
Would still visit again as i love the shop and the Big cup of Coffee was the best i had on the trip.
Love it :D

Also do some weed in euro 5 bags which is ideal for newb smokers or those wanting to try a variation of strains on the cheap :wink:

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Post by extremepain » Tue 5th May 2009 09:08 pm

Their iceolator 5 gm hash coins are pretty amazing if anyone has tried them. I smoke lots of hash, and it was one of the finer ice hashes I purchased there. I also believe, and Milehigh can verify for me, they have those tasty kickass chocolate bars? they were great for the flight back to the u.s.
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Post by darkglobe » Wed 6th May 2009 04:46 pm

They do a really powerful chocolatty space cake for €5...too sweet for me but,fuck i slept well that night... :wink:
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Post by extremepain » Sat 30th May 2009 11:30 pm

Love that photo of Syd, Darkglobe. I toyed with making my screenname "Arnold Layne".
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Post by Clayman » Sun 31st May 2009 01:38 am

this place was a great quiet shop to have a few joints and read national geographic back issues in. a+ for having my favorite read.
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Post by darkglobe » Wed 3rd Jun 2009 05:15 pm

extremepain wrote:Love that photo of Syd, Darkglobe. I toyed with making my screenname "Arnold Layne".
LOL...I always planned on calling my first born daughter Emily,but only ever had boys...never called either one Arnold tho :) ...Although my second son does have Zappa as a middle name...as he was born shortly after the great man sadly died :cry: ...
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