I always tell myself it isn’t a great idea to wake and bake something I’m not super familiar with, but the smell hit the spot and it’s Saturday. So why not? And Now I’m writing a very long Leafly review. Appearance: I went with a really nice fluffy creamy very light turmeric crumble. The flower examples I’ve seen are fat, milky bulbous trichomes with buds in a prism of colors from pine green to violet/Indigo to deep purple all kinda mixed up and capped with a deep burnt orange Colorado sunset. Smell: The example I used here and have seen/smelled don’t come across as granola to me. To me granola is indicative of honey and spice flavors, while there is a certain honey quality here harking back to the Hawaiian genetics. To me it comes across more like a violet mint, lavender and hibiscus lemon bar with a creamy chemy fuel funk frosting. The chem/fuel/funk part stands out, not in an overpowering way but it’s fairly unique. Taste: I used a ceramic vape on low and medium heat. Surprisingly smooth, with a sweet doughy yet refreshing mouthfeel, very flowery with some tart lemon and grapefruit notes. Finishing with a mild sweeter fuel and chem on the exhale. High: Now this is the part that got me, just going off of appearance and smell it wasn’t what I was expecting. If you like really dynamic highs this is a good fit. If you like focused and clearer highs or have anxiety I can’t say I’d recommend it. It is a very hybrid high, almost contradictory at times. Immediately there’s a certain giggly relaxed but awake haze, This quickly transitions into a racy speedy high, the kind where you need to do something that doesn’t require a lot of thought like clean or hike or work out. Finally transitioning into a pretty heady yet narcotic kinda high. I don’t think I would use this as a weekday daytime Strain, but if it’s the weekend and you’re in the mountains or on the beach or just lounging around the house it would work. For night time use I would probably do this one closer to the end of the night when you need a bit of a perk before calling it a night.