A rather dry and very dense sample for the strain, this Durban showed the typical big, round calyxes and low leaf coverage that the strain’s known for. The coloring was a mix of greens, with the calyxes starting light at the base and becoming dark… thin, bright orange pistils provide a contrast. The trichome coverage was solid, but the harvest seemed a bit early, with few visible ambers.
Candy orange-fennel combination with a bite of chemical pine in the background… a very robust-smelling Durban that was pungent both in the jar and when ground. Very quality Durban scent, one of the best we’ve had.
Not nearly as sweet as the smell, the taste was mostly along the chemical pine cleaner lines. Average expansion and harshness made this a middle-of-the-road smoking experience in those regards, good for any patient. Our inclination is that slightly more moisture would’ve helped the flavor some out a bit more, but it was still pretty solid. It burned down to a fluffy, light gray ash, indicating a very good flush.
(We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY) Energy, ocular attention, anti-depression, pain distraction, and appetite stimulation.
While we wish it would’ve been slightly more moist to allow the flavors to creep out a bit more, we really enjoyed this Durban. The typical effects package of energy, mood elevation, and ocular relief was in full effect, as was that signature Durban smell. This is a strain that is good for almost any patient who likes a Sativa, aside from those who are extremely prone to anxiety, as it can be a little on the rushy side. A very solid initial entry by AMA… not the best Durban we’ve ever had, but close, and showing great potential.
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