Cherry Wine Hemp Flower Jar 3.5g
by CBD Plus USA
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Our expertly cultivated, harvested and cured flower. Thoughtfully grown and packed to ensure maximum freshness, experience everything there is to love about cannabis.
Lime Sorbet by Cresco Labs is the descendent of the storied Katsu cultivar of Bubba Kush and Lime Skunk. Blending these distinct strains produced a remarkable phenotype that is exceptional in flavor and versatile in effect. This indica has a pungent earthy aroma intermixed with the tart, fresh flavor of lime that lingers on the exhale. Lime Sorbet’s Kush parentage lends this strain pleasant physical relaxation while subduing both anxiety and stress.
on October 19th, 2020
Barely felt like I smoked anything. I have a low tolerance because I don’t smoke everyday or more than a joint in a day. The sticker said 31% I think it’s lame to falsify label, that’s no better than the regular trash on the street disguised as fire weed.
on July 28th, 2020
Lime Sorbet 20.33 THC 0.78 CBD 7/8/20 Cultivator: Cresco Six well-cured uniform buds, coated in white trichomes. The smell is intensely citrus, primarily lime with some sour fruit and pine. The taste is a terpene explosion, with fumy diesel elements, pepper and sour grapefruit. The smoke is dense and complex. Overall, the high was more mellow and relaxing than expected. It lasted for a very long time, and was mellow throughout the experience. Relaxing, but never overwhelming. Likely a good, sociable strain. Little actual terpene effect was detected. Taste:9.0 Aroma:9.5 Bud Quality/Curing: 9.5 Terpene: 8.0/10 High: 8.0 Overall: 93/100 Strain notes: (Katsu Bubba Kush x Lime Skunk). Indica dominant. Purported terpene profile: Terpinolene, Myrcene, Ocimene, Caryophyllene. Reviewed by Illinoiscannabisreview@gmail.com
on March 5th, 2020
Very nice strain... It's what I've been missing. Some strains are pretty but lack a punch. This strain does both. Well done... And keep the reserves coming... But try to get the price down some. 70 beans is crazy. It's like getting taxed at a dead show.