Nelson bubble hash is the most prevalent. Its namesake comes from the water process that is used to collect the glands from the trimmed buds. The quality of the hash depends equally on the cleanliness of the water and the quality of the plants used.
The process is lengthy but simple in principle: ice water separates the glands from the rest of the bud, making collection considerably easier. The mix is then further filtered through five meshes that clear all remaining plant material. The final product is then dried up and pressed into blocks with massive cannabinoid content.
The process first starts out making bubble hash, then rosin is added to the mix, which gives it its dark and malleable texture. The rosin adds complex depth to the flavour, with a taste of rich molasses and a spicy finish, giving it a little extra kick to an already tasty bubble hash.
net weight 1 gram