It is pretty dark (closer to dark chocolate than milk chocolate) yet not "squidgy" in nature. There are not many "layers" in an obvious way like some of the super polms I often review but instead there is more of a grainy texture just under the slightly dulled surface. It breaks up relatively easily, using a bit of thumbnail and forefinger. I used less of a powdering technique than normally, instead making tiny flattened balls that I piled up inside the pipe bowl.
It has a nice fresh and "clean" scent that is not as "perfumed" as the North African polms but in fact a bit more ginger and mint. As it burns, it smells a little like dried flower petals combined with a soft eucalyptus and peppermint. Overall, there is nothing indicating any contaminants here.
This lovely hash is straight from the Nepalese highlands, and you can taste it! I took a huge toke from a long pipe and it felt nice and smooth on the inhale and a bit expansive on the exhale. I didn't cough as much as I do with hand-rubbed Nepalese hash, and I am not sure if this is a result of the drying or if it was just a coincidence.
The FX are very strong and you can't focus to clearly right after youíve downed a few massive hits. Make sure you are comfortably seated, if you are choosing to hit this gear hard! Damn, my head was really light and I was feeling a bit dazed as the high settled in. The constant changing colours in and around the vapourisers on every table made me feel really at home in the Happy Feelings. TRIPPY. I wonder what would happen if I chose to smoke some of their Amnesia Haze or something like that....
Wow, I was REALLY pleased to see a variation on the normal Moroccan polm that you can find nearly everywhere. This Nepal Polm from Happy Feelings rounds out a VERY fine menu from this "new kid on the block".want to review? create an account