The bud structure was on the denser side, especially for such old-school sativa genetics. And being fresher this made that squishy nug type that is such a pleasure to roll. It burned very smoothly and was even easy to smoke for my low-frequency friend.
Bred using long-established genetics (Afghani x Cali Kush) this strain's unique properties and >25% THC (currently at 26.1%) is a result of decades of deliberate selecting. While very reminiscent of an old-school kush, carrying undertones of spice and Thai basil, its dominant terpene is unmistakably pinene.
I took home the Tropic Thunder and wow. Less shake and stem than many premium containers, being manly visible flower pistils. And the smell ooo the smell. An orange blossom honey bee farm. It was very fresh due to the moisture pack, but as you can see it burns nice and white.
JWC's "Old School Black Hash" is exactly that other than appearance. I was pumped when I saw it on our menu because finding that old squishy hash, the traditional Afghan style, has been hard. Especially hard to find at a higher THC %. The bubbles and sifts have been testing higher than
Qwest’s Ex-Wife is a strain I have been looking forward to for a bit now. Ever since we got the pre-rolls and they came in at 29%. I knew I wanted to hold out for the flower after recently trying their Pineapple Cake and being awe-struck by the large pretty buds.
Upon opening the container I smelt a simple sweetness very reminiscent of Jamaica's famous Lamb's Bread. Fresh cream with just a touch of star anise. On the exhale the strong sweetness is accompanied by many complex notes akin to a really high quality honey. There is an overriding sweetness in addition to
Good Supply's Good Ol' Hash is their latest offering in an ever growing catalogue of solventless concentrates. First, I very much appreciated the price point, competing with OS, at about $30 for a 2g bag. I was also impressed at the THC count being on the higher end for anything solventless, let
The super popular strain is known for its immediate cerebral uplift assisting creativity and good times. After the initial boost it quickly settles in to a more stoney high that is not quite functional but not at all sedating or debilitating.
The smell was heavy, with the garlic and citrus notes creating something dank and unapologetic. The aroma permeated my nose, palette, and entire basement. The nugs were on the small side though dense, coated in trichs, and impeccably trimmed, just like Haven St’s popular Indigo Daze.
The famous strain was one of the first to popularize that rush indicative of a citrus forward terp profile. It was crossed with S.A.G.E. which won the 2001 High Times Cup for offering that same feeling while heavily featuring old school Afghani genetics on both sides of its lineage. The result