Saturday, January 23, 2016

Juicy Fruit - Bondi Farms

Brand: Bondi Farms
Strain: Juicy Fruit
Sativa-dominant Hybrid

Potency Analysis: TTL 17.97% THC 17.96% CBD 0.01%

Cost: $15/gram
Store: the Freedom Market in Kelso, WA

Harvested: 12/21/2015
Smoked: 01/21/2016

Packaging: 2.75" x 1.75" clear plastic push-sides-to-open jar

Limited Edition! That drew my attention a bit. I realized after smoking this and posting this review that I smoked it exactly one month after the harvest date.

Opening this container, a fruity, clean sweet aroma filled my whole office. It spread throughout the house slowly, and I didn't even notice it. Incredibly hazey smell on this, and it looks gorgeous. The flower is bright green with almost white trichromes glistening everywhere. bright amber hairs are present everywhere. It seems every bud crinkle has a THC-crusted hair poking out. The cure on this is perfect.

On the inhale, this is remarkably smooth and incredibly fruity. It hits deep in the mouth, way back in the low palate. The fruity, sweet flavor is just like Wrigley's Juicy Fruit at times, especially on the hold and beginning of the exhale. The hazey aftertaste is even more fruit and a smooth finish that left a clean feeling on the lips.

I took a big massive hit off of this at one point, to see how the flavor held up to big smokey hit. In that hit, it started out holding up but after smoking about a quarter gram at once in my bowl, it really got funky tasting. Had I been at the flame a bit less, it probably would've stayed fruity until the whole bowl was ash.

I got a great, vibrating high right away on the big exhale. This got me stoned right away. I had massive head effects, with happiness, smiling, and then it mellowed out after a few minutes to a steady, solid sativa high. I was interested and uplifted throughout, and the finish was clean and swift after moderate legs.

Overall, this is super flavorful, well grown marijuana. It's clean, it's fruity, tended well, and the high is exactly what you want out of a fruity, haze-heritage sativa.

No comments:

Post a Comment