Brand: Seattle's Private Reserve
Strain: G Cut
Potency Analysis: TTL 23.79% THC 5.22% CBD 0.12% THCA 20.95%
Store: Cannabis 21 in Aberdeen, WA
Packaging: 1.75" x 1.75" round black plastic spin-top glass jar inside 2" cube box
This was a product brought by Aaron Cain to the Marijuana Encyclopedia Episode 8. Even in 3 parts we didn't have the time to smoke all the premium legal marijuana he brought from multiple retailers.
I heard that this marijuana has a history of being on the black market (possibly in E.WA) and made it's way onto the recreational market during the exclusive 2-week window after license acquisition that all i502 legal marijuana producer/processors have to acquire all their growing stock. It's fucking legit.
Opening the jar this is skunky. I mean skunnnky. There's a deep rich pungency to the smell, and the leaves are gorgeous. They're a range from soft mint to a dark forest green with the slightest of purpling at the tips - sadly this tiny hint of deep purple (mostly in the trichromes, really) did not come through in any of my photographs.
The smoke on this was a clean, blue, fresh inhale. As I rolled this around my mouth, it expressed much more blueberry flavor. The refreshing aspect continued as the exhale turned into a warm vegetative essence. I was left coughing every time I exhaled this pot.
Uplifted attentiveness held my brain for a serious period of time. I was focused on all my tasks and this really helped keep a positive, uplifted mood throughout my day.
Overall, this had a great rich smell, the history is unique, the flavors are outstanding, and the high was what I prefer. There was a bit of a sting, but the high was uplifted. I dig it and want to get my hands on more.