So – I definitely bought this grass because I feel like there have been too many all positive reviews and the silly jar, branding, and strain name made me think it might be a disappointment.
The thing is – the weed that makes it to the shelf at 50 bucks and above in CA is almost always high potency, banger weed. My understanding is that a lot of growers can’t even sell shake here (which means the market is saturated with high quality buds). So even though this might not be super duper amazing next to the last couple strains I reviewed, it’s still absolutely excellent.
Interesting to go from smoking a very indica dominant strain to a pure sativa in this one. And while the label doesn’t always resonate for me – this is a very pure sativa; I feel almost anxious with my high, which I kind of like, because it means it’ll be fun to go exercise and clean my house which is what’s next on the docket after sharing my thoughts here.
Overall, Gummies from Traditional is a lot better than I expected. It smells almost exactly like Murphy’s Oil Soap. And I guess some people may not like that or think of it as “appetizing” but it’s just this very fresh, clean aroma that is in fact a pleasure when you smoke it. You obviously don’t get as much of that soap taste – it’s just a very fresh, pine-y hit without a lot of coughing.
This laterally makes me think of Swedish Fish and gummy bears.
When I was a kid – Swedish fish cost a penny a piece at the counter at the convenience store in the little village up the street from my house. I sort of learned about how money worked through Swedish fish, and as a result, I still often translate my paycheck into how many Swedish fish I can buy. So even when I get like a refund check from the IRS for a few grand – I am still doing the math on how many pieces of candy that buys me if that’s the direction I decide to go with it.