Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Sweet Baby Jane - Green Mountain Valley

Brand: Green Mountain Valley
Strain: Sweet Baby Jane
Sativa-dominant Hybrid

Potency Analysis: TTL 21% THC 2% CBD 0% THCA 19%

Cost: $22/2 gram package
Store: Lucid in Lacey, WA

Harvested: 10/24/2014
Smoked: 10/01/2015

Packaging: 4.25" x 3.25" clear plastic mylar-backed rip-top zip-top bag

This bag of weed was a deal.  2 grams, $22.  How can you go wrong with that?  This was bought because we were told it was a sativa-dominant hybrid. Interestingly, the next time through this store I asked the same budtender and another person and they told me it was an indica-dom and it was really sleepy.  According to the guy the second time, it was total dirtweed and the only reason it's there, he told me, is because they're helping out the owner of the farm and I should not purchase it for review.  Too bad I'd already had the bag sitting for 2 days on my desk.  Very terrible service experiences aside, this is some alright pot and for the price it's a good deal!

The smell on this was very slightly blue shining through a fog of earthy, brown, herbal scents. Breaking this up it spread and the blue became much more apparent - like a clean fresh scent. The texture on this was dense and rough. Those glistening crystals spread everywhere and the weed was just the least bit dry, making it spread even far.  It definitely had more moisture than expected based on the descriptions.

On the inhale, oh this was sweet and delicious the clean blue flavor just a hint on the inhale then suddenly overwhelmingly blueberry and refreshing.  On the exhale, my mouth was watering - like drooling.

The high on this was great. It was peppy, energized, very cerebral, super focused and active.  My wife found herself moving the front-room around again, and I was engaged in organizing in my office again. This lasted a good long while and I came down pretty gently - like hopping off an escalator.

Overall, this was great weed.  The scent was muted but the flavor was poppin'.  The high was outstandingly sativa, and ended nicely.

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