This sample had the creamy pink pistils and light green coloration that all proper Sour Diesel samples do, with a moderate amount of mostly milky trichomes that were fairly well-preserved. The structure was a little bit loose, and outwardly seemed to be made of pistils more than anything else, but there was some substance underneath.
Not the most pungent Diesel, this one was more along the spicy, fresh lines than anything, bringing to mind cilantro and some almost soapy notes. This was a light-smelling sample overall, which is disappointing given the strain’s lineage.
Much like the smell, the flavor was light and pleasant enough, just not what we’d expect in Sour Diesel, even carrying a little bit of sweetness with it. Despite that, the smoke was exceedingly smooth and it burned away to a proper white ash, showing that the flush had been thorough. This is a good introduction to Sour Diesel, but not a SD flavor for connoisseurs of the strain really.
(We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY) Energy, mood elevation, ocular relief, and moderate appetite stimulation — this one also had some anti-anxiety properties, as it was a very mild Sour Diesel.
This was like a starter version of Sour Diesel, a good way to get introduced to the strain without any of the very high-potency, at times crushing effect it can often have. A great daytime or morning med, this one had us feeling capable and gave no physical signs of being medicated, adding to its appeal for social and even professional situations. The flavor, smell and appearance were all only okay, but the effects fit nicely into the niche of moderate potency daytime Sativas and provided a quality uplift of mood and energy that helped us start off the day on a good note.
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