Strain: Legend Dairy
Potency Analysis: TTL 17.15% THC 0.92% CBD 0.05% THCA 18.51%
Cost: $11/0.5 gram prerolled joint
Store: dockside cannabis in SoDo Seattle, WA
Packaging: 3.75" x 0.75" transparent blue plastic flip-top tube in a long sticker label.
I've heard of this particular strain from two marijuana community members. I heard some great sweet-dessert tales about this particular pre-rolled joint.
Taking this out, there was a very specific and powerful smell of artificial lemonade - like Country Time powder. It is almost overpowering how fake-sweet lemon this is. I made several people hold this blue tube up to their nose and smell deeply. The consensus was lemonade powder.
This was a great roll, in a white wrap - which I prefer to most unbleached hemp wraps which often have a greasy texture. The end is folded over in what I believe was once known as a Mezz Tuck as described by Larry "Ratso" Sloman in his book Reefer Madness. First time I've seen one in legal, recreational marijuana.
I wanted to take some of this weed out and take a look, taste it out of the paper - something I often do. The cut on this was a grind, not a powder like you often see. I could tell how nicely this would burn, care was taken not to destroy this. However, one of the visible signs of this was the spines of sugar leaf that did not get ground down. Moderately large leafs made up a fair amount of the mix, and all of it glistened with crystal.
After being coaxed out of the paper, the marijuana itself smelled like BBQ ribs. No joke, there's a sharp spicy element and everything about the smell is umami. That meaty, robust flavor continued on the inhale and exhale. All aspects of this flower were paprika-like spicy and smooth sweet.
I smoked most of this in the joint. The inhale continued to be meat, umami flavor and the sharpest edge of lemon was on the hold. Everyone agreed that these were the flavors. The smoke was overall smooth throughout and had a stinky, loud aftersmell.
Getting high with this was wild! This is some dancey, good-times marijuana. A party got started out of nowhere, and people were hanging out and having a big conversation because I needed help confirming the pit-smoked flavor of this pot. Things got fun, and a little music came out. It was a good time overall!
One hypothesis put forward was that whoever was performing this clean Mezz Tuck had just made a big pitcher of lemonade for the thirsty work. Before that, someone had ribs for lunch before touching the buds. Weird presence of flavorings aside it was a good high, for sure.