Black Nepalese Hash typically has a dark color, ranging from dark brown to almost black. It is often found in the form of thick, pliable slabs or bricks. The texture of Black Nepalese Hash can vary, but it is generally soft and malleable. When warmed, it may become more adhesive and easy to work with.
The aroma of this hashish is often characterized by earthy, spicy, and musky notes. The scent can be robust, reflecting the specific strains used in its production. When consumed, Black Nepalese Hash tends to have a rich and complex flavor profile. It may include earthy, spicy, and herbal notes, with some strains offering hints of sweetness or fruitiness.
The production of Black Nepalese hash, typically involves separating the resin glands or trichomes from the cannabis plant material.
Cannabis flowers has to be dry thoroughly then can place the cannabis material on a fine mesh screen or silkscreen with a relatively large aperture size over a clean surface. Gently agitate or rub the cannabis against the screen, the trichomes will fall through the screens and then collect the resin.