Let’s Talk About Hash. It’s Not the Same as it Used to Be, But With New Products Available in Canada, is it Due For a Rise in Popularity?

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CONCENTRATES Let's talk about hash. It's not the same as it used to be, but with new products available in Canada, is it due for a rise in popularity? Today's hash products combine traditional techniques with innovation By Kate Robertson Rough chunks of hash are made with the glandular trichomes of the cannabis flower. Photo: SageElyse/Getty Images Cannabis plants with a heavy coat of trichomes are well-suited for larger yields of hash. Gleti / iStock / Getty Images Plus

Before COVID-19 made it impossible, Dan Larocque and a friend would meet up two or three times a month for “Hash Day” — a precious few hours devoted to making their own hash.

The process is a bit of a to-do. The pair combines homegrown, harvested cannabis with ice water in a portable washing machine. The mixture is eventually dumped out into a bucket with stacks of screening bags inside. Each bag is then drained, as resin heads are collected at the bottom.

From there, the precious cannabinoid-rich heads are freeze-dried, a recent development in hash-making that significantly reduces the drying time. The finished product, however, is drawn from ancient, far-flung hash-making cultures: They press the dried resin into “temple balls,” a technique they learned in a workshop taught by legendary hash connoisseur Frenchy Cannoli.

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