Wanna tell me why I’ve water hash is in every solventless cup around the world then?AudioKush wrote: ↑Tue 4th Feb 2020 10:37 amDry sift & ice water hash are definitely solventless extractions, but the term solventless was coined for rosin, not hash. So I beg to differ. It doesn't really fall under the true definition of solventless, as it is a term that describes a form of "Dabs" that are processed using only heat and pressure.DjShaggy wrote: ↑Sun 2nd Feb 2020 03:41 pmSolvent extracts are bho like shatter wax diamonds etc
Solventless extracts are rosin, drysift and ice water hash
Hash rosin is when you take drysift or ice hash then press it to make rosin, basically it’s cleaner and more purified compared to flower rosin which is pressed flowers.
Hopefully this helps bro
You cannot say it is cleaner and more purified compared to flower rosin. If the hash is poor quality, which tends to be the issue with most hash on menus in Amsterdam, you will get a very dark rosin. It's all about what you put in. Shit in shit out is what we like to say.
Anyone that wants to learn about this process should check out one of our solventless demos. 14th, 15th, and 29th this month we will be pressing at 3 different coffeeshops.
It IS a solventless extract by the pure definition of those 2 words.