Marok21 » Sun 22nd Sep 2019 06:37 pm

Their hash menu wasn´t big as last time but still not small :lol: I had a look on their "Kings of Kings" moroccan hash (11€/g) but decide to try some of their green instead.
I asked the budtender if I could take a look on some weed of their "cured weed" section. He showed me Sour Diesel and another strain but both with no smell :? So I asked him for a advice for a strong good tasting sativa. He showed me their "Mango Haze".

Mango Haze (11,50€/g) - Smelled nice fruity and hazy out of the tub so I tried it. Didn´t smoked "Mango Haze" for longer time but I liked it everytime I smoked it in the past. Unfortunately this batch tasted a bit harsh :? and also the ash wasn´t perfect but the effect was pretty good... Overall ok but I expected something better :? batch could also been dried a bit better :wink:


LN94 » Tue 23rd Jul 2019 02:52 pm

Wonderful batch of King of Kings (Moroccan hash) in at the moment for €11 per gram. Awesome clean taste, best on the menu. Steer well clear from their weed though.

EDIT: Had some of their Mango Haze hash for €12 per g and that was pretty disappointing. Suspicious black smoke too. Avoid.


RoMoney » Sun 30th Jun 2019 12:49 am

I was in here twice the last week and I didn't buy anything, except a grinder :lol: I had a look a few things and everything seem really dry and unappealing. It also seemed to be buy and fly but reading Maroks post it seems I didn't look around the corner :)


Marok21 » Sun 5th May 2019 11:11 am

I was here for the first time on our trip to Den Haag and Delft... because I was a bit late (thanks to the public transport :? ) I met the
others (Lemming, Smirks, Mrs/Mr Macky, Mike and Nugs) at Coffeeshop Cremers. I always wanted to visit this shop alone because
they used to have a old dutch style bar next door where you can smoke and have a drink :D So after I get some weed from the shop I
went into the bar next door which was completly empty :shock: I asked the super friendly employee if they belong to the coffeeshop...
he smiled and answered that it´s unfortunately not allowed to smoke in the bar anymore :? but he went out with me and showed me
the entrance of the new place (around the corner) where you can drink and have a smoke... you have to go downstairs into the
basement :?

Well i would have read the report from jesscass earlier :lol:
Jesscass wrote:
Mon 15th Jan 2018 04:46 pm
That's it for the good stuff. Renovation is now finished and where you once could consume is now a soulless american taphouse
where you can consume alcohol but no smoke. Don't know if people boycott that but it was always empty when we passed. What a
waste, rest in peace old Cremers! Hope owner realises what was done to this place and changes that back .
Still the old basement next door is where you can cramp in for a smoke or alcohol if you like the feeling of a hot box as it is basically
one single room behind glass where the small bar is located. Still really, really busy every night but annoying in my humble opinion. Though their staff is very friendly and funny.
The new place is pretty like Jesscass described... so of course we did not get a seat there :? to busy... really sad I would have liked to
visit the old bar...a customer told me because there are new rules it isn´t possible to make a smoker friendly bar in that building
anymore.

But now I want come to the good things :D

They have a huge menu :shock: with different sections like Jesscass wrote. First I thought they have only one "bio grown" section on
their menu but after a second look I noticed that all their weed is sold as "bio grown". Ok that does not mean anything but I tried their
Tangerine Dream (12€/g) as it was the budladys advice for a tasty clean smoke... and yes it really seemed to have been grown
organically :thumbup: nice clean natural smell and taste like it should. That is the kind of weed I want to smoke clean, tasty and
natural :lol:

The dealers in the shop wearing gloves when showing their wares... and in general it seems like they really take a look on the quality.
Their hash menu is also great with big variety :shock: . On that trip I smoked a lot more weed than usual :lol: because since I had the
flu and a flu-like infection a few weeks before I was somehow more upset on weed this time...

I will come back for sure to try some out their hash menu :mrgreen:


Jesscass » Sun 9th Dec 2018 08:46 pm

November, 2018:

Still they had around fifty items on the menu as extensive as in the last times. I like their new menu approach(at the first look at least but it is still laughable regarding terms):
1. Hasj Maroc Pure, Hasj Maroc Gardella, Hasj Maroc Hybrid, Hasj Exotic
2. Indica Weed Bio, Sativa Weed Bio, Hybrid Weed Bio
3. Limited Edition Bio, Limited Edition Cured Bio,
4. Foreign Weed

Had a look at their flagship moroccan hashish for 11,5€/g which looked tempting but didn't buy any.
Even though Dizzy Duck's smoking area was renovated this trip Cremer's smoking and drinking area(more of a small room behind glass obviously as reported before but by no means something I'd describe as a bar nor pub)
still isn't an alternative as it is just a smokey and dingy shithole. One evening we stayed there for an hour but didn't return. Though place was packed as usual, mostly a quite young crowd and the rest probably don't know better or is horribly desperated. Each to their own.


Jesscass » Mon 15th Jan 2018 04:46 pm

December, 2017:

Took a look every now and then and their menu is still huge. About fifty products when it comes to hasj and wiet. Way too much considering their allowed limit of stock of 500 grams as less is more.
At least prices were not as insane as reported last year. Which of course I take up the cause of as I ranted about above. Yes indeed they are afraid of more bad reviews of critic number one :lol: !

That's it for the good stuff. Renovation is now finished and where you once could consume is now a soulless american taphouse where you can consume alcohol but no smoke. Don't know if people boycott that but it was always empty when we passed. What a waste, rest in peace old Cremers!
Hope owner realises what was done to this place and changes that back :lol: .
Still the old basement next door is where you can cramp in for a smoke or alcohol if you like the feeling of a hot box as it is basically one single room behind glass where the small bar is located.
Still really, really busy every night but annoying in my humble opinion. Though their staff is very friendly and funny.


Jesscass » Mon 19th Dec 2016 07:19 pm

Last week:

Still a huge menu with about thirty strains of grass and fifteen of hash(Amnesia Maroc also available for 12€/g ; not like the stuff from Amsterdam Genetics but still looking and smelling nice).
They now taking it to the next rip-off level: their silly named Almost Blackberry Kush was 19€/g :evil: :lol: . Asked why such a high price they told me it‘s cured for a long time and they only have a small amount.
Looked like schwag to me(and other stuff he showed me) and expected to be blown away by smell when opening the tub but there even wasn‘t much smell(even though strain dependant I know from personal experience what to expect from cured weed even though this term is used inflationary as said before on here like indeed in this case here). Disgrace to say the least.
Four other strains(in house brands judged by name)were going for 16€/g as well, fuck that shit!
I definitely prefer buying overpriced hashish so boycotted them this time as I tend to buy elsewhere anyway :lol: !
Was eager to see the bar as read they sort of banned smoking there but this place is still under renovation which means they now use the basement while renovating the other bar area.
Still went here almost every day but again it was always packed even though there were a sign on saying not staying more than one hour but no one either staff or customers seemed to care.
Still a nice enough vibe inside but hope they get their shit done.


Jesscass » Mon 8th Jun 2015 07:44 pm

Last week:

Had Tahoe Kush(12€/g), R.I.P. bio kush(11€/g) and Kosha Kush(11€/g)which all were decent enough. Also went for King Muhammad(sp, moroccan, 11€/g)which was nice but nothing special(best moroccan when it comes to price/performance ration was again Hia-Hia(8,5€/g)from Seventh Planet). At least one evening there were a decent kinda rock band(british)playing in the basement but even though Cremers was packed as usual in the evening no one was giving a fuck about the concert. One local I spoke to said he's coming since six years but never even take a look at the basement :lol: .


Spaldwickapeface » Sat 28th Mar 2015 12:15 am

No visit to den haag would be complete without a visit to cremers and this week was no exception. Though I did not partake in any of the quality product this time (due to being fully stocked elsewhere) I did very much enjoy sitting at the Bar with some beer and a few vodka colas soaking up the atmosphere.

Many happy returns cremers, may you stay open for at least another 25 years


Spaldwickapeface » Tue 9th Dec 2014 09:25 pm

Love Creamers, I am coming back here as soon as possible!! This place enters my top three coffeeshops in the Netherlands, none of which are now in Amsterdam!!

Firstly no worries for tourist entry, I did have to show my passport in the coffeeshop but I'm cool with that and not even that in the bar. Basically there is a glass wall that divides the two shops, I am surprised that they got away with this when the alcohol laws changed, but I am mighty glad they did.

I went into the coffeeshop on arrival while my friend went and got us some beers and a seat in the cafe. It was busy in the coffeeshop but my time waiting in line gave me a chance to study the menu. I opted for the king Mohamed Moroccan hash €11g and white widow €9g. Whilst I was being served the guy next to me asked to see a product called 'Jamaican Gum' or something similar, the bud tender was explaining that it was an extract and extremely strong, it certainly looked interesting and I would consider trying it next time. I paid for my product and got given a Christmas present of some skins a lighter etc in a nice little bag celebrating the arrival of St Nicholas, a nice touch.

I rolled up my two grams into two mixed joints, this was a real nice combo. We smoked the first joint sat in the cafe area where we had a variety of drinks, from beer to hot chocolates and back to rum and coke, all brought to the table with a friendly smile. If I lived in Den Haag I would be spending a lot of time and money in Creamers. I smoked the second one latter in the evening I wish I had bought more, I just floated through the streets of Den Haag before we headed home

If the weather had been better I also would have walked up to the dizzy duck but as it was raining we stayed longer in the lovely creamers, it was a good choice!!


Jesscass » Wed 3rd Sep 2014 02:37 pm

They seem to have really stepped up their game again. Never had a small menu but this time it was about 13 indicas, 4 Kushes, 12 Hazes, 13 Moroccans, 2 or 4 Blacks and 1 Ice-O-Lator. All prices between 5 to 13€.
Even though I was there usually every evening to hang out I only again went for White Haze(12€)and King Of Kings(12€). Latter one was the best hashish(darker moroccan and another paki-afghani-mix) I found in The Hague this time(2nd is Hia-Hia for 8,5€ at 7th Planet - unbeatable in terms of price and performance ratio and 3rd was a very nice batch of Hia for 10€ at Sympathy. Each of them are not really comparable to each other though :wink: .)


wrapfarmer » Thu 17th Jul 2014 12:53 am

SavageCore wrote:
wrapfarmer wrote:Update as of July 2014 - was turned away from the coffeeshop part of Cremers this week for having UK ID. Not sure if they need a Weitpas or just have to have Dutch ID. Many other coffeeshops in The Hague though!
Because you were from the UK or because you did not have driving licence or passport that they could accept as valid ID?
I had a UK driving licence - which is, after all, an EU driving licence too...

The bouncer said "you can't use this ID to get into the coffee shop", I assumed it was because it was from the UK.

He was letting people in showing a kind of blue and yellow card - which I guess would be a Dutch ID card?


SavageCore » Tue 15th Jul 2014 07:14 pm

wrapfarmer wrote:Update as of July 2014 - was turned away from the coffeeshop part of Cremers this week for having UK ID. Not sure if they need a Weitpas or just have to have Dutch ID. Many other coffeeshops in The Hague though!
Because you were from the UK or because you did not have driving licence or passport that they could accept as valid ID?


elasticband » Wed 9th Jul 2014 04:05 pm

wrapfarmer wrote:Update as of July 2014 - was turned away from the coffeeshop part of Cremers this week for having UK ID. Not sure if they need a Weitpas or just have to have Dutch ID. Many other coffeeshops in The Hague though!
passport or driving licence


wrapfarmer » Sun 6th Jul 2014 11:35 pm

Update as of July 2014 - was turned away from the coffeeshop part of Cremers this week for having UK ID. Not sure if they need a Weitpas or just have to have Dutch ID. Many other coffeeshops in The Hague though!