Gone but not forgotten..

Bud reviews. Varieties of marijuana.
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I'd echo boner's thoughts on all things pink floyd. Was always the first stop for mothers finest and bubble hash. Really miss the place in its old form.

@ titus- Moonshine hash, a big fave of mine, but i'm thinking they just re-branded it as water works. Orthapaedic shoes if i'm wrong. 8) 8)


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aye could very well be
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not sure if it's still around but martian mean green from grey area circa 2006 was a classic.
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I really miss Warm Ears a really tasty bit of hash from Abraxus, one of the best I ever had
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Stella Blue from Nes,back in the days they sold gear,always liked the Pot of Gold too,maybe not the best strains(not an expert) but i loved these.Whenever i see these weeds elsewhere now i try em,i think due to the romance/thrill? of my early trips,they never match up to my memory though,probably just nostalgia of early trips talking.Happy memories :D
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club media had some Damn Lovely Pot of Gold last trip
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i really miss white widow from the bulldog :shock:

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hindu kush from nes...when it was a cs!

.....then again,any of the organic buds they did were nice!

them were the daz!
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Cheers for the info Stu,never went to Media last trip,never noticed it on menu before,will try again in may,loved that smoke :D ps enjoyed your recent trip report.Peace
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Trichome_Dense wrote:Can't get these anymore, the Jamaican Lambs Bread and the Jamaican Red Beard weeds. I used to get these regular in the early 90's but then skunk hit the scene and those links died out... pet regret of mine, :(

Bith were sativa, as the high was amazing and not stony at all. Damn I miss these landrace IBL's... Sucky :(

You can still get some of those classics in the US, but you have to find a guy connected to imports. Big college towns and festivals in those same towns can often be a very fertile hunting ground. Ive since lost my contacts in that arena, but those were the bags, that if there was a seed or 2 in the bag, it was golden, they had almost as much value as the nugs. I should make one caveat. I did get an 1/8 oz of Lambsbread midsummer via a buddy of mine scoring at a music festival...was it the same?...it was a HIGH high and giggly, so if not the original, very damn close, specially since my tolerance has skyrocketed since the last time I had the honor. It was a special happening, and 1/8 was all I could get, plus it was spendy, so a Half oz wouldnt have been in the cards.

I lost track also of a very good mate that has friends he goes and spends 3 weeks a yr with in Jamaica, and if you like Lambsbread, try a vial of hash oil made from it. That was a gift he brought me once, he said he never brought weed back cuz in his words "You think a Brother can come back into the US from Jamaica and not be suspected of weed?" He was right, and of course a vial does have much smell.
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NYCD - 420 cafe - 2006.

EDIT: forgot, Love Potion #1 - Barneys - 2006.
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Love Potion frome Basjoe.. loved that one back in 2007...
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try it from boerejongens or bij, as it is close to basjoe's version.
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thanks baked, I will when I'm in town for 4-20... :mrgreen:
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cantona7 wrote:wasn't chocolate the place that was bought out by abraxis? i remember it was closed on my first trip, had wanted to try their hash bon bons. :(
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