“Very similar to Blue Dream or Nuken it brings a nice uplift but it’s not hyper in a way that can bring on anxiety.”
🍃 Skosha – Dartmouth Kush
Nova Scotia is killing it in weed right now, as many from the province are pushing what mid-grade can mean both in terms of potency and production. Skosha, repping their home proudly, continues that trend and we get to smoke the results here with their Dartmouth Kush.
The bag appeal is exceptional. I got three fat nugs with n0 shake at the bottom of the pack. They came perfectly fresh, and squishing them will leave your fingers sticky. The smell is bright, slightly tart, giving a sense of fruitiness but no note really plays the star. Maybe a blueberry and mango smoothie.
The genetics show it to be renamed Glueberry OG, something which normally irks me, but this cut is such a departure from the strain’s typical profile that it’s warranted. Myrcene leads the terp totals, but for daily smokers, you will likely feel the secondary pinene more. In the same way, THC tolerance builds because it’s in everything, myrcene tolerance also builds comparatively quickly due to its prevalence.
The high is clean and clear. There is never pressure behind the eyes, just a steady pleasant buzz at the back of the mind. It lets you remain productive while stress and tension float away. Like stepping outside after fresh rain, it imparts a sense of light and breezy. Very similar to Blue Dream or Nuken it brings a nice uplift but it’s not hyper in a way that can bring on anxiety. However, unlike those, the crash is real. It ends on the couch, not the bed, but if you don’t refresh the high it can get sluggish at the end.
Skosha Dartmouth Kush is a unique cut offering a type of high often sought but very hard to find right now, specially grown to this standard and potency. Can’t wait to try your Mirage next, and Nova Scotia keep it up! 🥭🌲🤩⚡😇