Strain: Bubba Fish
Potency Analysis: TTL 22.7% THC 7.9% CBD 0% THCA 16.88%
Cost: $10/1 gram conical filtered pre-rolled joint
Store: Old Toby in Chehalis, WA
Packaging: 4.5" x 0.75" translucent purple flip-top tube
I am so excited about this! The Green Vault is nearby, they're great folks, and their marijuana is outstanding.
The smell on this is incredibly chocolate, although it does not spread very far. I basically rubbed this on my nostril and was inundated by the chocolate delicious smell.
When I fired this joint up, it lit evenly and quickly - fairly rare for a preroll. The first inhale was soft, slightly chalky chocolate. The smoke held up on the hold and exhale with increasingly sweet chocolate flavor. On the exhale, the smell also had a hugely chocolate scent.
This Bubba Fish hit me very smoothly. It crept up with a mellow calming feel. Moments after realizing I was getting mellow, my whole body relaxed. I could feel my mental and emotional stresses melting, out of my existence and away into the universe.
The mellow calm grew into a bubble of warm, safe, relaxation that wrapped me like a blanket and lead to an excellent weed nap. When I woke up, I was incredibly relaxed and made a great vegetable soup for dinner later.
Here's a shot of the gorgeous colors I was mixing up. There was quite a bit more later but I got high again and forgot to keep taking pictures. I started by sauteeing three kinds of onion (two whites, one purple), celery, and some just-turned-green bell pepper in some olive oil. I used a bunch of dried spices including thyme and marjoram on top of the second round, which had chopped baby carrot, a few green olives, and some very finely chopped garlic.
In the end, I had a bunch of canned diced tomato. There was balsamic vinegar, italian sausage sliced paper-thin, quite a bit more dried and fresh spices including oregano, basil, and then more tomato. Overall, I think I did a good job of it - I haven't made a soup this big in a while and it came out pretty solid - everyone ate it. Next time, though, the sausage gets served by the bowl.