Brand: Jackpot Seaweed
Strain: Lucky Charms
Potency Analysis: TTL 22.13% THC 22.13% CBD 0.07%
Store: the Freedom Market in Kelso, WA
Packaging: 5.25" x 3.1" plastic mylar-backed rip-top zip-top bag
This had an aroma that was slightly chemically, a bit dry. Underneath the top chemical scents, there are great light fruity, marshmallow undernote. Once broken down, the fruity smell expanded and the super-sweet name was more apt, although it's much more like Fruity Pebbles than Lucky Charms.
The bud itself is dry, and brittle. The crystals and hairs fair exploded out of the pale green bud, and the stem is nothing but crystal - thick and full of cannabinoids.
Smoothness is through the inhale and exale. This has a creamy mouthfeel throughout, but especially creamy on the exhale. There's an aftertaste of general fruity flavor with strawberry, cherry, berry sweetness.
The high on this was immediately felt around the eyes. I had a vital, cerebral feeling with happy uplift and magical creativeness.
Legs were short with this and there was a really dirty leftover in the bowl after smoking. We've spoken repeatedly on the Marijuana Encyclopedia about how primo marijuana will burn out to almost nothing - leaving just light white ash. Well, this was like dirty pine cinders. This was unappealing, and left a bad end to the experience.
Overall, this was pretty tasty, and while the high was short, it was fun and happy. If I had a few grams of this to roll joints with, it would be much more enjoyable, I think.