Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Jet Fuel - Sweet As

Brand: Sweet As
Strain: Jet Fuel
Sativa-dominant Hybrid

Potency Analysis: TTL 22.38% THC 22.07% CBD 0.11%

Cost: $15/gram
Store: Old Toby in Chehalis, WA




Harvested: 07/25/2015
Smoked: 09/06/2015

Packaging: 4.75" x 3.65" clear plastic mylar-backed rip-top zip-top bag



Jet Fuel!  This is my second review of this.  Here's the original.  I agree with it still.

When I saw this on the shelf at my local marijuana retailer, I had to have it.  Even though I'd already smoked Jet Fuel before, it was a different harvest and I wanted to see how the next one held up.

Sativa. This smells heavy sour and diesel and there's a bright lemon-oil flavor, a hit of bitterness in the back of it.  It's not as pungent as the original batch was but still very smelly.  This made my eyes water a bit.

The bud itself is just coated in crystals, not quite as densely as the last go round, but still very dense.  Every touch or contact with any surface leaves a trail of kief everywhere.  Breaking it down is tough - this may be sativa, but these are the most dense little nugs of I've encountered this month.  They're sturdy, and the marijuana is very tough to get consistent without a finishing grind.  To do this, I put them in a plastic retail marijuana jar, throw in a nickle and a dime and then shake the hell out of it.  This results in a nice fine consistency.

The first taste of this is super lemony sweet.  The crystals are a sharp edge to the flavor, crisp and bright.  Exhaling you get the sourness and even more of a hit of lemon oil.

So much Jet Fuel.  The high on this is super productive, incredibly uplifting.  This gets your ass moving.  Jet Fuel has the kind of high where you finish it barely noticing time has passed but all your tasks are complete and are done exceptionally well.  I focused so hard with this.  I love Jet Fuel.  This is a Sativa-dominant Hybrid but the feeling is the quintessential Sativa.

There's no harsh come-down like other hard sativas, nor is there an anxious edge to it.  The end gently sets you back on earth and leaves you mellow and calm.

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