Tangilope Shatter is labeled at 70.1% THC and 0.215% CBDA. This concentrate is mostly Sativa. Sources differ between 80-90%. The Tangilope flower, a cross off Chocolope x Tangie, won 1st place at the Santa Cruz Cup in 2014.
The look rates 7.5 out of 10. The color of this sample is darker than I expected. According to www.vbud.ca there are several reasons there are several variables that make shatter develop as a darker shade: introducing excessive heat during purge, the age of the material from which it’s extracted, chlorophyll content, the purged extraction being allowed to dry for an extended period of time, or that the tricombs being developed to an amber color. The last one would be a definite positive.
The smell rates 9 out of 10. As expected, the nose of this concentrate is subtle. After a close examination, I was able to detect notes of chocolate and citrus.
The taste rates 9 out of 10. I sampled this concentrate using a Yodabbadabba quartz banger purchased from Smitty’s Smoke Shop. With the grain of rice sized dab, I taste a strong Citrus Limonene profile with hints of chocolate flavor. Its very flavorful and terpy.
The effect rates 8 out of 10. I’m getting a completely Sativa effect on this Tangilope. I went from completely sober to very mentally intoxicated very quickly. Pain and stress relief by distraction is the benefit I got from this strain. I didn’t receive any body effect from it, unfortunately. After the first half hour of the euphoria, I quickly noticed my pain again and wished it had an Indica backer. But this Sativa dominate makes a good medication for a PTSD episode or morning distraction.
Overall Osage Creek’s Tangilope Concentrate gets an average rating of 8.3 out of 10.