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Martini Hash - How-to Picture Tutorial

Post by Weedguru Higher » Tue Sep 07, 2010 12:35 am

Martini Hash - How-to Picture Tutorial
By Smoove

Hello everyone.

So I just finished a small grow, had a decent amount of trim and some not-worth-curing popcorn buds left over, and decided to make some hash. I'd never made hash before and thought "what the hell, it can't be that hard" and you know what? it wasn't. I read a few tutorials but quickly realized I'd need to go out and buy some tools or materials to use those methods. I understood the process but I didn't want to spend more money, so I started looking around the house for things I could use and this is how I came up with "Martini Hash"

There's nothing new about it. It's basically bubble hash and blender hash... but without the bubble bags or blender. lol. Let me explain...

I'll start with Materials used:

- Martini Shaker
- Measuring Cup
- Glass Cup
- Steel Coffee Filter
- Air Line Tubing
- Herb - 1 cup
- Tea Bag
- Ice
- Water

Here's a picture of everything except the airline tubing:


Step 1:

Put ice and water into the Martini Shaker. I used about half a cup of water and 6 cubes of ice.


Step 2:

Pour half the Herb into the Martini Shaker.


Step 3:

Shake vigorously for a few minutes.


Step 4:

Pour the contents through the coffee filter and into a glass cup.


Step 5:

Work the liquid through the coffee filter with your fingers.


Step 6:

Clean out the coffee filter, then pour the liquid back through the coffee filter into a larger glass.


Step 7:

*** Repeat steps 1-6 with the rest of the herb.

Step 8:

Place the the filtered liquid into the fridge and allow sit and settle for a few hours.


Step 9:

Siphon the liquid from the top of the cup making sure not to disturb the trichomes which have settled on the bottom.


Step 10:

You'll be left with a layer of trichomes on the bottom.


Step 11:

Cut off the top seem of a tea bag and pour the contents out completely. Use this to catch the trichomes as you pour the remaining liquid through.


Step 12:

Pour slowly making sure not to over fill.


Step 13:

When most of the water has drained out place the tea bag onto a paper towel to absorb more moisture.


Step 14:

You can even wrap the paper towel around and press on it until most of the moisture is gone


Step 15:

Here's what you're left with when you open up the tea bag.


From this point, I understand there are several options. The first batch, I wrapped and heated in the oven at 200 degrees for 5 minutes then right after it came out pressed it under butcherblock for several minutes. I did this 4 times and here's how it looked after moulding it with my fingers.


This second batch which is what I just made in this picture tutorial I didn't heat in the oven, but rubbed it and mashed it and pinched it and worked it for about 10 minutes. It became very pliable and gummy and so I just rolled it into a ball, and here it is.


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There you have it... Martini Hash.

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