Strain Type: Sativa
This review was a ‘savour every aspect’ experience from the very start. Upon opening the pouch, there was a strong, earthy-flowery smell that was very pleasant. A dense layer of bright clear trichomes that sparkled in bright light made for a very pretty sight.
Breaking up the nug released a very strong, almost skunky aroma. The mix of light and dark greens were almost blended together by the heavy crystal coating. Getting it rolled was made easy due to it breaking up just the right amount and the initial smooth soft flavour was very pleasant. Subtle herb garden would be how I could best describe it, with an almost-sweet aftertaste.
The burn was medium duration and was very even, leaving a light ash. Putting down the doobie would see itself extinguish fairly quickly. Like all the best strains, the flavour profile changed as it burned, with hints of mint and a nutty taste that became stronger as the end neared.
The high comes on a bit slow, but isn’t quite a creeper, so it won’t sneak up on you. Very heady is the best description, as there is little body effect while being very mentally uplifting. Do not, however, let the slow approach have you believe this strain is anything but a Mack truck. While it may be slow to kick in, it kicks in hard. For 10 minutes after I finished smoking, the high became more and more intense. Had I smoked the whole thing, I would likely have ended up binge watching Netflix and propping up microwave popcorn stocks.
In moderate amounts, this would be a great companion to a nice dinner and good conversation. If you are looking to become Forrest Gump for a couple of hours, however this would be a good way to get there.
Anti-anxiety and appetite-stimulant requirements would be well met with this strain. Pain and depression sufferers would also find this beneficial.
Cough index: 1 of 5
Taste: 4.5 of 5
Effect: 4.8 of 5
Overall: 9 of 10 A very enjoyable strain.
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