Strain: Blue Tahoe
Potency Analysis: TTL 22.59% THC 22.51% CBD 0.08%
Store: Old Toby in Chehalis, WA
Packaging: 5" x 3.1" printed plastic mylar-backed rip-top zip-top bag
Oooooooowheeeeeeee this is some skunky mu'fucking sticky icky icky icky. Damn! This shit looks, smells, and tastes so good I can overlook the lack of an apostrophe in the name (barely).
Opening the bag on this is just a skunky blue bomb of smell that spreads out and never stops. It's a palpable wall of smell out of this small gram bag like it was an ounce I just opened up.
The bud seems to almost flow out into a pile and it's just encrusted thick in kief. It's sticky and the crystals stick to everything. Breaking this up it crumbles like feta into crystally lumps.
The first inhale is incredibly clean tasting, airy and blue like blue blue. Super blue. Very fresh and awesome. The hold has a bit of a roof of the mouth sting and I exhaled nasally which led to a huge coughing fit and stinging in my sinuses. Hours later writing about it, my nose is starting to sting in memory.
Exhaling was also super blue, and again very clean. The aftertaste is slightly reminiscent of an old lady's perfume or the scent of fresh linen air freshener spray. There's nothing chemically or unpleasant about it, that's just the best I can relate it to. The aftersmell in the air is remarkably skunky, considering there's almost none of the skunkiness to the taste.
The high on this is outstanding. Very mellow, calm and relaxing. There's exceptional emotional uplift and happiness from this marijuana. The sticky icky is sticky to the end, hanging around with very long legs, like durability I just don't encounter frequently.
Overall, I am entirely impressed with Glens Plant Farm, and even if they need an apostrophe, I'll be buying more of their marijuana for sure.