This sample was a bit odd in that it looked better from a distance than it did up-close. It had great density and structure, with typical cone-shaped buds that got a close trim and a bevy of greens to go along with plenty of purpling. However, it seemed to have been run through a trimming machine or otherwise roughly-handled, as trich heads were knocked off and some calyxes were snipped too close. The harvest timing also was early overall, with only a few ambers.
Mostly a dark fruity sweetness with hints of skunk, it developed some interesting sharpness akin to rubber when ground up — reminded us a lot of Purple Kush aroma-wise. It was nicely pungent but not anything spectacular.
A light, sweet grapey flavor was the main one present, with a little hit of floral incense. The flavor was fleeting and seemed ti disappear after the first hit or two, which was disappointing. Part of the lacking taste may be due to the iffy-looking flush, which left behind a fairly dark gray ash.
(We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY) Physical relaxation, mental relaxation, mood stabilization, some increase in appetite.
While the look and structure will certainly please most Purple-lovers, a closer inspection revealed some flaws in the grow and the post-harvest care. None of those flaws served to ruin the experience, but they certainly hampered the overall potential and left us wishing to see this one in a perfect scenario. The experience though was a very solid daytime Indica, as it packed a bit of a punch early on but evened out into a focused and productive state that would be useful for a work day (despite the physical signs if gave off). More pain distraction than direct relief, it still left us feeling capable and relaxed physically.
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