With its strong green and orange coloring, solid structure, and a very nice coating of frost, this Death Star had a classic yet impressive look. It was made up mostly of large calyxes with perfectly-timed trichomes all over them, though there were some extra leaves left on in spots. When broken up, it left the hands sticky and pungent — great bag appeal all-around and no real flaws to be seen.
Maybe the highlight of this strain, the aroma was very pungent, both pre and post-grind. The sour fuel stank carried notes of rubber, menthol, and lemon but also had a strange sweetness lingering in the background. The combination of those smells made this one really noteworthy and impressive to our staff — great choice for Diesel-lovers.
Very much like the smell, the taste was a slight sweet Diesel-dominant flavor with hints of citrus and soil. The sweetness was elusive and seemed to come and go, but when the whole package was present, it was top-notch. The smoke was smooth and easy to consume, only getting a little rough at the very end – the near-white ash it left behind showed that it had a very good flush.
(We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY) Strong ocular presence early on, lasting body relaxation, some mood elevation, appetite stimulation, headache relief, and sleep aid (especially at higher dosages).
A real treat for Diesel-lovers and those seeking a balanced overall experience, this Death Star really did bring the best of both its parent strains. Early Diesel effects subsided into an ultra-relaxing and sedative Indica that carried a variety of medical benefits. The grow quality was top-notch, with no real flaws and a pleasing appearance, smell, and taste. The potency is rather high overall and it lasted a long time, so we’d recommend this mostly to moderate to experienced patients who like an acrid taste spectrum and an up-then-down experience.
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