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vosBghos

Lifer
May 7, 2022
1,533
3,381
Idaho
I was gifted a tin of their Red Flake I haven’t opened yet, will I hear harmonizing angels when I do crack it?
Pretty much, the first time I smoked it I was like "Well this is a blessing and a curse" as in when you have it and when you don't and they don't make it anymore. This one for me is one of the few exceptions to the whole "You ain't missing anything, don't chase unicorns" thing.
 
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DanWil84

Lifer
Mar 8, 2021
1,691
12,642
39
The Netherlands (Europe)
Pretty much, the first time I smoked it I was like "Well this is a blessing and a curse" as in when you have it and when you don't and they don't make it anymore. This one for me is one of the few exceptions to the whole "You ain't missing anything, don't chase unicorns" thing.
I felt the same. Been carefull with smoking my only tin down, took me 2 years. Marvelous smoke, could be because of the age, but suspect a fresh tin would be great also. Makes me wonder how good any other red VA is with the same age.
 
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Sobrbiker

Lifer
Jan 7, 2023
2,317
28,275
Casa Grande, AZ
Pretty much, the first time I smoked it I was like "Well this is a blessing and a curse" as in when you have it and when you don't and they don't make it anymore. This one for me is one of the few exceptions to the whole "You ain't missing anything, don't chase unicorns" thing.
Primary reason I haven’t popped it…
 
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