. Sent 26 Mar 2018.
Quite an oldschool place with a Moroccan theme going on, also a billard table and about ten to fifteen seats. Generally basic though. Now that is indeed a gem for connoisseurs of hashish. I frequent them for some years now. As mentioned before there is free mint tea (from a thermos bottle but still ok enough) and coffee to be had; they don't sell any sweets or drinks, not even papers and stuff if memory serves me right - I like that, all about the gear, no bullshit! As said here you don't necessarily find the most up-to-date resin but a fine selection of hashes you don't see anywhere else much these days. It's like a journey into the past a bit. Though they have often at least one quality with foreign genetics on. Also often at least one Nepalese or something from India. They're not very cheap either but you get what you pay for except on rare occasions. Their wiet is ok enough but not as special as their hashish. Lately they started to sell for 5€, 10€, 15€, 20€ and so on, also I don't like the way they pre-cut their hashish slabs into tiny pieces for probably faster selling (while their gear is not pre-packed). Two negative points but apart from that a proper shop for the oldschoolers looking for something different from the usual averageness around.
. Visited Aug 11. Sent 11 Jan 2012.
I have travelled many times all over Holland top to bottom and this cs is one of my favorites. It is a million miles from the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam. The friendly lady gives my girl and me a free apple juice or you can have coffee and the Bio Amnesia 20 e for 2 g was amazing quality. I'm back here Jan 2012 for sure on my next trip.
. Sent 12 Sep 2010.
Great shop! Nice laidback atmosphere, the music is mostly classic rock and the employees (and owner) are very friendly, immediately offering you free coffee or fresh mint-tea. It also has a free pooltable. To the best of my knowledge the only place in Arnhem to sell only bio-weed. But the main attraction is the hashes, great (Moroccan) hashes for nice prices. Indeed the names are barely readable, but just ask for advice and feel/smell the products.
. Sent 14 Oct 2007.
This place is definitely open for business once again. The menu is hard to read and there were only two grass varieties on offer when I visited. However, the prices are some of the lowest anywhere in town and the proprietor seems like a good guy. Worth a visit if you are on a budget or in the (highly unlikely) event the other shops in the neighborhood are too crowded.