Death Bubba at any level is an excellent standby for indica lovers, but when it's grown close to home with a fresh package date, the highest THC we've seen her at, and terpenes are printed on the container, it's gotta be good...and it is. In fact, this may be one of the best representations of this strain that we've carried yet. If you know Death Bubba already, you know she's a cross between the famous "Death Star" strain and big daddy "Bubba Kush"; she wears a heavy, skunky perfume remeniscent of gasoline and comes typically in the form of large, chunky, leafy, loosely formed buds that produce a resin like motor oil when combusted - sure to have you cleaning your piece after a few sittings/sessions, or trying to shake the roach off your finger tips and lick your lips for hours after. For experienced Indica users only. She's got heavy right hook and is notoriously talented at tucking you in before your bedtime. This interpretation of the Vancouver-born beauty certainly does not disappoint. For fans of real-deal, all-up-front and in-your-face flavor and potency.
Meat Breath (GnomeStar)
Spike your protein-intake with this bad boy! A cross between Meat Loaf and Mendo Breath. For those with tastebuds fairly adverse to the ever-popular and ever-expanding "fruit/dessert" categories of the modern cannabis market, seeking something to remind them of what weed "used to be like"; this is one for the old-school guys and gals, old-at-heart stoners and for those that are a little dead inside and want their weed to hurt a little. This one hits the dome immediately with heavy Indica effects in all directions. The buds themselves are well-grown, revealing when milled a stark contrast in coloration from fiery oranges to dark blackish purple. The flavor of the smoke could be described as woody, earthy, gamey/savory and dank...would pair nicely with a burger and a beer!
Purple God (West Kootenay Craft Cannabis & JVCC)
Undeniably purple and absolutely bursting with glittery trichomes, these beautiful Kootenay-born buds cause the eyes to pop wide open as soon as the lid is peeled off. A subtle scent that could be hard to describe, but certainly present. The taste could also be described as "purple": tones of tart sweetness, similar to grape juice ride atop a creamy smoke and dance on the palette - accompanying it's "kushy" boldness. For smooth bed-time Indicas lovers that are looking for that head-to-toe body stone sensation (and suckers for anything purple) this one checks a lot of boxes.