~ This purple pre-packed glass jar is lab is labeled 16.5 THC with no CBD and a harvest date of September 25th and test date of October 28th. The strain gets its genetics from Bluegrass x Huckleberry Kush. There’s not much info from the QR code. I had been excited when the terp report had popped up from previous packages but this one and the past few did not have this info.
~ The look rates 9 out of 10. The large buds in this eighth of an ounce sample are the typical pine cone shape that are common in Kush strains. There are some smaller dime sized pieces. The color of the flower is a mix of purple and green with clear and clouded tricombs.
~ The smell rates 7 out of 10. The most noticable scent is of musty aging citrus fruit. Some floral notes are present but I’m disappointed that it doesn’t smell like the berry notes I expected from the name.
~ The taste rates 6 out of 10. It has a chamomile flavor with a woodsy damp earth exhale. I find its not as flavorful as other strains from the same grower.
~ The cure rates 8 out of 10. About 80% of the tricombs are clouded. Out of the clouded tricombs 10% are beginning to amber. It has a drier relative humidity than I prefer.
~ The effect rates 7.5 out of 10. I did not get the effect I wanted the first time I sampled it. There was no stress relief. I found it to be Sativa like with no body effect or muscle relaxation. I tried another half gram on a different day after a rough night. After smoking it in an OCB Virgin paper, I had a common hybrid intoxication with more of a mild body relaxation than the first attempt. It balanced my mood some but still did not help my nerve pain.
~ Overall the AMCO High Opinion is also 7.5 out of 10. The strain is not bad, its just so far from what I expected from the name and lineage. I think Delta needs to improve the relative humidity and furnish the terpene content.