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Re: Dampkring

Post by DeLekkersteNUGS16 » Sat 11th May 2019 12:22 am

WLow wrote:
Fri 10th May 2019 09:23 pm
That's some passionate review on the Piff Haze thanks Nugs.
Jack Herer cup votes are online you can vote even if your not smokin the product, what a great cup :mrgreen:
Yeah I probably have some nostalgic bias as mentioned but I'm really diggin this stuff. Done gone an picked up a near quarter-ounce off them over the past week. They gave me a QR code voucher for the cup, so you're right I should go vote.

Anyway glad you enjoyed and thanks for the kind words



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Re: Dampkring

Post by Marok21 » Sat 11th May 2019 07:25 pm

DeLekkersteNUGS16 wrote:
Mon 6th May 2019 09:33 pm
The dreaded bud-tender was utmost and attentive to my request for a "good Moroccan hash", I asked him to give me his "top 3" he pulled out three tubs which he assured me were three very lovely, but very distinct from one another - Moroccan hashes. Of the three shown I took two - 1g of Wadi Alzuhur at 15 EUR per g & 1g of Niqa at 14 EUR per gram.
I was also served by the dreaded budtender the last times... he is pretty knowledgeable about hash and smoke a lot of hash himself. I had a nice conversation with him about the Wadi and cheaper "block" hashes from Boere. Unfortunately, I did not understand everything 100% :lol: but in the end he said that in some cheaper block hashes is to much water... furthermore he told me that they sometimes have to wear a protective suit when making the hash... it also has something to do with chemicals but I didn´t understand if he meant they use chemicals for the hash making or the plants were treated with chemicals...
Well Dampkring and Boere are rivals and I don´t know if it´s true what he said... but it is interesting :D

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Re: Dampkring

Post by TransApenninesCouple » Fri 24th May 2019 07:59 pm

At the end of all the tastings I must also admit that the Wadi has something extra. Niqa reminds me a lot of Shoe, excellent quality I have to say, Thidrin was a good pollen in the end and that's it. :wink: :mrgreen:

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Re: Dampkring

Post by DeLekkersteNUGS16 » Fri 24th May 2019 10:59 pm

TransApenninesCouple wrote:
Fri 24th May 2019 07:59 pm
At the end of all the tastings I must also admit that the Wadi has something extra. Niqa reminds me a lot of Shoe, excellent quality I have to say, Thidrin was a good pollen in the end and that's it. :wink: :mrgreen:
A quanto pare il budtender con i rasta ho menzionato su, è anche italiano, ho parlato con lui l'ultima volta mi sono stato lì. Lui conosce bene il fumo 😉

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Re: Dampkring

Post by TransApenninesCouple » Sat 25th May 2019 07:54 am

DeLekkersteNUGS16 wrote:
Fri 24th May 2019 10:59 pm
TransApenninesCouple wrote:
Fri 24th May 2019 07:59 pm
At the end of all the tastings I must also admit that the Wadi has something extra. Niqa reminds me a lot of Shoe, excellent quality I have to say, Thidrin was a good pollen in the end and that's it. :wink: :mrgreen:
A quanto pare il budtender con i rasta ho menzionato su, è anche italiano, ho parlato con lui l'ultima volta mi sono stato lì. Lui conosce bene il fumo 😉
Un sacco di budtender italiani in Dam...Solo, Bagheera, Het balloon, Dampkring. Altri? :mrgreen:

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Re: Dampkring

Post by DeLekkersteNUGS16 » Sat 25th May 2019 09:00 am

TransApenninesCouple wrote:
Sat 25th May 2019 07:54 am
DeLekkersteNUGS16 wrote:
Fri 24th May 2019 10:59 pm
TransApenninesCouple wrote:
Fri 24th May 2019 07:59 pm
At the end of all the tastings I must also admit that the Wadi has something extra. Niqa reminds me a lot of Shoe, excellent quality I have to say, Thidrin was a good pollen in the end and that's it. :wink: :mrgreen:
A quanto pare il budtender con i rasta ho menzionato su, è anche italiano, ho parlato con lui l'ultima volta mi sono stato lì. Lui conosce bene il fumo 😉
Un sacco di budtender italiani in Dam...Solo, Bagheera, Het balloon, Dampkring. Altri? :mrgreen:
Infatti, hai ragione - siete ovunque

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Re: Dampkring

Post by Dark-side-of-moon » Fri 14th Jun 2019 11:41 am

I paid three visits to The Dampkring. It's a groovy place - in a good way.
First visit I spotted some seriously stoned people sat at one of the tables on the way in.
2g Al Quasim Afghan hash E36. The only decent Afghan I've ever smoked in the U.K. was some Red Seal some time in the 1980's. I wanted to get this 'cause I'd heard that decent Afghan gives a heavy 'narcotic' stone. This hash didn't, it was uppish. It also burnt with some black ash. It was, however, a powerful smoke and quite a bit trippy which I liked a lot.
2g Niqa maroc hash E28. A lovely looking piece of hash. This was powerful with quite a heavy stone. I tended to smoke this as I was moving about town so 'monged' might be added to the product description. I'd buy this again, anyday.
2g Sensabille E30. My favourite. A hard piece of hash that fluffed up brilliantly with a flame. One joint of this and I was stoned. Which is exactly what I want. A nice kind of spacious 'eye-opening' high/stone.
Likable shop.

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Re: Dampkring

Post by Marok21 » Fri 21st Jun 2019 04:52 pm

Dark-side-of-moon wrote:
Fri 14th Jun 2019 11:41 am
2g Sensabille E30. My favourite. A hard piece of hash that fluffed up brilliantly with a flame. One joint of this and I was stoned. Which is exactly what I want. A nice kind of spacious 'eye-opening' high/stone.
Likable shop.
That´s great :mrgreen: a batch of Rifman Sensabille they had over 5 years ago was one of the best hashes I ever scored. It was some great sticky creamy moroccan hash probably made of indian or pakistan plants... at some point the Sensabille changed and it got a lot worse :? well it wasn´t really a hard piece of hash but what you said made me curious of trying it again :mrgreen:

I also got their:

Niqa hash (14€/g) - Different batch since the last time I tried it... much darker and creamier than before. Nice tasty pretty strong classic import hash :mrgreen: With 14€ not really cheap but def. a quality smoke! :mrgreen:

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Re: Dampkring

Post by DeLekkersteNUGS16 » Sun 18th Aug 2019 05:51 pm

Had a hankering for some fine Moroccan Rif resin, so I zipped over to Handboogstraat to see what was on offer.

Budtender showed me Zetla (14 EUR/g) and Sensabille (15 EUR/g). Both were darker hashes, with the Zetla looking a bit drier and more crumbly, and the Sensabille looking more oily and fudgy, but beatiful nonetheless.

The budtender was the Italian feller who's always steered me in the right direction with hash, knows his stuff. The Sensabille as a name had never left their menu, but at one point they just stopped getting consistently good batches of it years ago, so I almost never would hear it recommended by staff. This is the first time, I had so I decided to go for it.

Nice creamy smell that reminds of the revered Sensabille of days past, and it's heady description on their menu of "a river in paradise" under the column labelled "smell" :lol: 8)

I digress, sizzles violently licked by flame, packed a wallop in the wee bong bowl I just ripped. Potent stuff.

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Re: Dampkring

Post by Marok21 » Sun 18th Aug 2019 08:10 pm

That is a great news thanks a lot Nugs!! :thumbup: :mrgreen: It´s like Nugs wrote... they had some real outstanding batches from the Sensabille in the past but at some point it wasn´t the same stuff anymore :?

Till now I was still hoping that they get it back sometime... so the first stop when I am in Dam next time will be Dampkring for sure! :mrgreen:

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Re: Dampkring

Post by Marok21 » Tue 17th Sep 2019 06:29 pm

Finally I made it to try their "new batch" of the Sensabille hash :mrgreen:

Sensabille hash (15€/g) - Superb looking darker creamy hash that makes my mouth watering :mrgreen: As many darker sticky hashes nowadays it have to be stored in the fridge and was sold in parchment paper... but it has a different kind of stickiness as some other newschool hashes for example I tried in the last time which I didn´t liked so much especially from the taste... like nugs wrote it has a nice creamy natural smell with something in it that reminds me of some bubblegum like smell. Not the strongest smell but pleasent and natural to me :D Taste is also pretty smooth and creamy and very nice to smoke. Well it´s kind of a newschool hash but has also things that reminds of a classic import hash. I like that :mrgreen: Effectwise a nice strong but still smooth and relaxing hash to me :D

Well it´s not the same hash as it was years before but it´s also something special over here. From look one of the best import hashes I saw in a long time! :mrgreen: and it´s furthermore very smooth and creamy to smoke. Well it´s not the holy grail of hash but it´s the only real "special" more classic like hash that I saw for ages and hopefully the comming batches gets even better in the future. Don´t get me wrong I really like that a lot but there is still a bit potencial :mrgreen:

Thidrin Zabida hash (13€/g) - That hash was on my list for longer time... a more blonde pretty soft moroccan polm like hash. It has a lovely classic hash smell on it that transfers pretty good to the taste :mrgreen: Effect is as the dealer described before pretty sativa like but had more effects on the body than I thought before. Overall again a fine more classic hash from original Dampkring :clap:

Thanks to all for the reviews and bringing back the Sensibille on my mind :mrgreen:

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Re: Dampkring

Post by FlyByNite » Mon 23rd Sep 2019 04:53 am

New menu for Dampkring dated September 22, 2019. Kudos to Elliott.

http://www.coffeeshopmenus.org/Dampkrin ... kring.html

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