|SkunkWarp from StashClub $120 an OZ|
Getting down to genetics; which two strain were paired off to create this magnificent beast? On their site, StashClub says this: This Sativa is a blend of the infamous Skunk with the classic outdoor island strain Timewarp. Grown on BC’s sunshine coast, these plants grew tall in the sunshine and produced large dense buds, laden with orange hairs. These versatile buds are best shared with friends and great for rolling up phatty’s or for sharing among friends. Breaking up one of the buds unleashes a nice scent of lemon, lime, carried with hints of earthy skunk and pine needles.
|Magnificent beast of a bud.|
I will be honest here. I love stinky pot. So after opening up this ounce, I headed outside to burn a few bowls in Two-Pinch. The buds from the bag were tight and dense. Breaking them up with my fingers revealed pristine resin glands that glitter like little jewels. I brought out my trusty green buster and milled enough herb for three or four bowls. Flame to bowl, the citrus taste came full through the dank smoke and lasted quite long into my session. The herb burned to a nice white ash, and when it was done, I packed myself another. Each bowl was just as good as the first, plenty of flavour and buzz to be enjoyed though and through. The smooth smoke was strong smelling as to be expected. I stayed outside a bit longer as not to carry the smell back into the house. Dominant citrus followed by a skunky aftertaste. The amazing flavour makes me wonder if "outdoor" grown is in some ways "stronger" herb because of being exposed to nature. Would that ramp up terpene production?
|Lemon fuel smell was overpowering the room!|
Exercise is a necessary evil and my doctor has recommended that I get out and walk more. Why not walk and fly? So I got my gear together and my rear out the door. After walking to a nice quiet spot, I pulled out my Zeus Smite and had myself a nice outdoor session.
The terpenes that this hybrid exudes defies my imagination. Taking a pull, I got a full taste of SkunkWarp and I hadn't even powered up The Smite. As the chamber warmed up, I was hit with an immediate lemon fuel smell and a strong taste of the same. Breathing out through my nose, the pungent notes turned to nose ticklers. The heating cycle continued and the vapour turned thick and silky. Here I could taste a little bit of everything, pine, lemon, lime, forest floor...
What is "forest floor?" If you have ever gone for a walk in the forest, slipped and landed a faceplant and come up spitting out dirt and pine needles, that's what forest floor is. It's a mix of all that nature, right on the ground. Breathing it in, it will fill you with amazing scents. Tasting it due to faceplant, not so much. In this case, I guess I tasted memories.
SkunkWarp grabs you by your senses and pulls you into a deep introspective thought. I had to fight its' seductive pull on my imagination and focus on writing and working. This can be a good Sativa for getting things done, as you can put your body in auto-pilot and do routine household chores. The buzz is deep and satisfying. The wild citrus smell and taste may be too much for some, but it is a strain that Sativa lovers should try.
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