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Willie Wortel's Sinsemilla
coffeeshop Haarlem
Reviews of Willie Wortel's Sinsemilla 14 0 0
Zagan from USA. Sent 25 Sep 2018.
Nicely situated on the second floor, the smoking room was spacious and full of light. I only bought a few edibles, as I prefer not to smoke. Each dose was separately wrapped and had 0.4g, but they were all very mild, but pleasant. No vaporizers were available for loan.
Freewheelin' Franklin from UK. Sent 30 Nov 2014.
Great to be back here. Very pleasant and helpful staff with a good selection of herbs and plenty of seating.
Freewheelin' Franklin from UK. Sent 19 Jan 2008.
This place is big. All very useful at times but a bit like being back in the Student Union. Still worth a visit as it's got everything you need, but not if you're after cosy. Sitting out in the sun is a huge bonus mind, but not in the snow.
Stan from USA. Sent 8 Apr 2007.
Very friendly shop all around. Bar maid was amazing - friendly, beautiful, helpful. Unfortunately, the weed museum there was recently moved to Spain. Willie's Choice was a nice, strong weed. Very fresh and well cured. Very nice place to hang out. Nice vaporizor. Great people.
Dany from Belgium. Sent 31 Mar 2006.
My favorite as there is a nice atmosphere and great staff. Very high standard smoke at affordable prices.
Hessenmob from Germany. Sent 21 Feb 2006.
Second time that I've been here. I like this shop a lot! Very big and quality smoke. The helpful seller sold me a gram of "Powerplant" for about €7 and Super Pollem for €8,50. Powerplant was strong and tasty, Super Pollem wasn't very special. You gotta visit this shop if you are in Haarlem!
Yank from USA. Sent 27 Jul 2005.
Sinsemilla is a definite 3 star shop for the weed, hash, and knowledge. But the day I visited; it lost two stars, one for the lousy tea in the dirty glass, and it's funny tasting coffee too.
Alun from UK. Sent 11 Jul 2005.
A great place to relax and listen to excellent sounds, plenty of room and a good menu although again I was disappointed that the Dutch weed was not thoroughly flushed and tasted metallic. The black hash was quite good, but not over exciting.
Epsilon from USA. Sent 28 Jun 2005.
Our first visit to this one. It's located a little out of the centrum across the big canal/river from the pedestrian shopping street. What a treat though. Spacious, with nice outdoor terrace decorated with Statue of Liberty and nice rose garden. Pool table, internet computers (2 Euro per half hour). Lots of comfy seating.
Valo from England. Sent 17 Jun 2005.
Possibly the best of the 3 Willy Wortel shops - and after my visit to the Indica I thought it would not be possible, but this place really has it all. Great terrace to sit out and enjoy the sun and a smoke, 2 large pool tables which only cost €1 a game, internet access, virtual jukebox, comfy seats all around, great decoration and lighting - and all this before I walked up to the dealers counter. I bought a gram of Shiva Ice for €23 and finally found something I could not smoke all day long (without collapsing that is!). One of the best highs I have ever got from any smoke was only topped by a very welcoming stay.
Jon and Lori from USA. Visited 6-13 Mar. Sent 27 Mar 2005.
We heard about this place so took a trip to Haarlem one day to go. Be ready for the long walk (no trams) but its an easy and beautiful, very picturesque and worth it to see something untouched by tourism. The shop itself was very large with comfy airplane seats, pool tables, internet access and very weird bathroom stalls. We were obviously the only Americans in here (Haarlem is not a tourist section at all) and the customer service is poor (kinda rude). The weed was good, we had PowerPlant and Sage Haze. Overall an ok review. Only worth it to see Haarlem.
Hessenmob from Germany. Sent 23 Jun 2004.
Really big shop with a nice terrace. They have 2 pooltables, a kicker and some PC's. Menu is pretty big and the prices are ok! I bought 2 grams of "Powder Sense" which was very resinous, taste and stone was ok.
The Edinburgensians from Scotland. Sent 4 Mar 2004.
The Williams Medieval Madness pinball machine is now retired, replaced by a brand new Stern Lord of the Rings.
The Edinburgensians from Scotland. Sent 15 Dec 2003.
Now firmly established in its new first floor home, it's easy to find this barn of a just-south-of-Centrum shop if you look out for the carrots at first floor level; it literally overlooks an Irish pub (which incidentally sells meals until 2230, should you be stuck for a meal in that part of town after 2130...). Note to the super-paranoid: the shop has an always-on webcam, which principally overlooks the table football and Internet area (check their website). The meat-freezer style plastic 'door' strips halfway up the stairs can be a bit troublesome if one is temporarily clumsy for any reason (!) but no doubt prevent the reek from reaching the street. Inside, this is undoubtedly the biggest shop we visited, with four Internet computers (coin-operated, yet!), large separate dealing counter diagonally opposite the door, drinks bar that wouldn't be out of place in a club, and large selection of paraphernalia for sale. Oh, and two pool tables, a Photoplay, and a William Medieval Madness pinball in excellent condition, owned and maintained by the same chap who owns the pinball at the Empire (q.v.). And a LARGE number of tables. More commercial feel somehow compared to the smaller shops, but still seemed busy despite its size. Good place to visit if you're a crowd, or just want to melt into the background.