Thai Passion - Breckenridge Cannabis Club
Definitely Sativa in structure, this sample had one nug with a curling foxtail-like tip and another that was a perfect spear — both screamed Sativa. The structure was light overall, breaking apart easily and giving us the impression that it’s a low-yielder. It had very solid trichome coverage, but seemed a tad on the early side, as the vast majority of the trichomes were clear or cloudy. A few small immature seed pods were also spotted.
Not very pungent in the jar at all, this strain had a sweet-sour and slightly putrid tropical fruit bouquet when ground up, reminding one reviewer of papaya. This was a fairly unique smell, though not pungent enough to be all that impressive.
The majority of reviewers picked up on darker flavors than expected such as roasted marshmallows, coffee, and nuts… but one reviewer (using an IncrediBowl) caught a distinct yet faint peach skin taste that danced between that and grapefruit as the bowl burned. Interesting contrast in tastes… This strain generally made us cough, both due to the way it hit the throat and due to expansion, but finished with a light fluffy ash, so the flush didn’t appear to be at fault.
(We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY) Energy, mood elevation, strong attention to the eyes, some promise with digestion/stomach issues, appetite stimulation, and a trend towards sleep aid at the end of the experience.
Like many Sativas, this one hit our staff a bit differently depending on the time of day and incoming mood — your experience may vary according to the same. It’s definitely a strong Sativa though, which we would probably peg at around 85%… the effects package was almost entirely mental and/or body energy. While the taste was a bit confusing, the rest of the appeal categories were definitely above-average, displaying very traditional Sativa structure and texture that’s always nice to see. We recommend this to those patients who are looking for a Sativa to give them a boost of energy but don’t mind a possible bit of anxiousness — depending on how it affects you, your mental state should still be active and engaged… whether or not the body follows along is another matter.