I tried out some ”limited-edition” Organic Afghan Black hash that’s made by The Green Organic Dutchman, and for my first “legal hash” experience, well, more of an experiment,
I was quite impressed. Based on TGOD’s website, this is supposed to be Indica-dominant; however, they don’t mention which strain or strains were used to make this hash. This came with 27% THC and an inconsiderable amount of CBD. By the way, I decided not to score any of the aspects below and just provide a review.
- Lineage: Unknown
- Type: Indica-dominant
- Potency: 27% THC (this package)
- Terpene Profile: Bisabolol, humulene, myrcene and caryophyllene
- Packaging Details: Packaged on 10/22/2020 and reviewed/tested on 10/31/2020, exactly 9 days later. Lot# 820011
- Pricing Details: Purchased 2 grams for $42.00 at the SQDC in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. ($21/gram).
Visually and aesthetically, I think TGOD did a solid job with this Hash. The texture was that of old gum, unlike that dried-up “charcoal” type of hash, this one was very malleable with the perfect crumble. The 2 grams were part of a dark brown square, with small beige spots on the outside, with golden/light brown spots on the inside.
To be honest, this was actually hard to write because I find aroma and flavor to be quite similar to most Hash, no matter what strains were used to press it.
What I can comment on is the smoothness; I’ve had some dried-out hash that looks like charcoal in the past that can make your lungs/throat explode, but this wasn’t the case with TGOD’s Afghan Hash.
When it comes to effects, this Organic Afghan Black hash from The Green Organic Dutchman is as solid as it comes. Put a bit of this goodness on a joint of any kind and feel the effects intensify with every puff.
I didn’t expect too much; this 27% THC felt like more than that, almost like taking a dab hit with each pull; really enjoyable!
After reading reviews and seeing pictures of Hexo’s hash, I wasn’t too keen on running to the store to get my hands on my first legal concentrate. In general, my expectations were quite low when picking up this Organic Afghan Black hash, especially after being very disappointed with TGOD’s LA Confidential (Or Bio Unite).
Boy, was I proven wrong!
This was a product that I thoroughly enjoyed and that I would recommend to others (beginners, beware). More legal concentrates from different LPs are very welcome! (I’ll be waiting).
If you find this Organic Afghan Black Hash expensive, then you should check my reviews on Quadra Strain and Keats Strain, as both cost about $13/gram and provide good value for money.
- Mazar Sharif Hash: Has a similar indica-dominant profile to the Organic Afghan Black Hash. It also has a slightly lower THC percentage at 25% but is more affordable at around $18/gram.
- Temple Hash: Has a similar smoothness and intensity of effects to the Organic Afghan Black Hash and is made from a mix of strains. It has a slightly lower THC percentage at 20% but is more affordable at around $15/gram.
- Pink Kush Hash: Has a similar aroma and flavor profile to the Organic Afghan Black Hash but is made from the Pink Kush strain and has a slightly lower THC percentage at 23%.
Overall, the Organic Afghan Black Hash from The Green Organic Dutchman is a solid option for those looking for a high-quality hash with a strong Indica-dominant profile. However, there are more affordable options available that offer similar or even better value for money.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Organic Afghan Black Hash an Indica or Sativa strain?
Organic Afghan Black Hash is supposed to be Indica-dominant, according to The Green Organic Dutchman’s website. However, as the strain lineage is unknown, it is not clear which specific strains were used to make the hash.
What is Organic Afghan Black hash made from?
Organic Afghan Black hash’s lineage is unknown, but it is likely made from Afghani strains.
What is the texture of Organic Afghan Black hash?
Organic Afghan Black hash has a malleable texture, similar to old gum.
2 thoughts on “Organic Afghan Black Hash Review (The Organic Green Dutchman)”
Excellent review of this Black Afghan but as you said all the pressed hash at SQDC smells like weed as opposed an earthy smell.
Thanks for your comment George, I’m just glad to see more Hash choices at the SQDC!