Saturday, August 15, 2015

King Tut - Cedar Creek Cannabis

Brand: Cedar Creek Cannabis
Strain: King Tut

Potency Analysis: TTL 19.86%

Cost: $20/gram
Store: 420 Holiday in Longview, WA

Harvested: 05/18/2015
Smoked: 08/14/2015

Packaging: 6" x 4" clear plastic and mylar rip-top zip-top bag

King Tut.  This is some funky sweet sativa. 

The flower on this is gorgeous and just a treasure to hold.  It feels weightless because it's so fluffy - even though it appears very dense.  I think it's about 30% crystal.  These fairly glimmer in the light they're so dank.

The smell off this is pungent, sour and sweet perfume.  If you smell it long enough your eyes can feel it.  A little longer and your hair will grow it.  Delicious.  

Smoking this is expansive.  It fills the lungs and your whole body with this dense, beautiful sour and flowery essence.  On the exhale, there's a variety of fruity flavor like apple/pear and a hit of maybe mango or a real faint citrus tang.  Again, just fucking delicious.

I enjoy me a Sativa.  I've been on this indica kick for a week or more, and King Tut is just the right strain for me to get back into the swing of Sativa.  The high was pretty intense actually, with serious focus and productiveness.  Along with that came quite a bit of uplift and happiness.

I find it somewhat amusing that the description for King Tut, on the back of the bag, is almost exactly the description from the King Tut entry on  Not sure which one came first, but I really think it was Leafly - because they include the seed distributor in the description.

Overall, King Tut is a potent Sativa that I will definitely be picking up again - however I'm going to hold out for some 25%+ because this is historically a significantly more potent strain.

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