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The Bay area is home to some quality cannabis and the origin of some well-known strains. West Coast Sunrise is aiming to continue that trend. Starting out in 2010 West Coast Sunrise has quickly established themselves as a reputable producer in California. Producing, packaging, and distributing all of their products in-house. Bred from Skywalker OG and Rare Dankness, 501 OG is an indica-dominant hybrid. Rare Dankness is a strain I haven’t had the opportunity to try, but Skywalker OG is one of my favorites.

A bear with colors reminiscent of a rising sun dominates the front of the jar. The label protects the cannabis from receiving to much light. While also giving you a small window to inspect your product through. Dense frosty flowers lay inside the jar. Each one a deep shade of green similar to the Holly leaves that will start appearing on doors. A pungent earthy smell fills the room when cracking the jar.

Each nug felt like squeezing a rock between my fingers. There was no give at all. No cushion. Just dense tightly packed cannabis buds. I loaded a bowl and after my first rip, I expected to cough. There was no cough at all, the smoke was exceptionally smooth. There was an earthy flavor that overshadowed the other flavors of the cannabis. My mood elevated as I attempted to find the motivation to make dinner, the couch was calling my name to sleep off the sickness I’d managed to catch.

501 OG Strain Review (Feat. West Coast Sunrise)

Photo Credit: Dyllyn Greenwood

501 OG Overview

  • Hybrid
  • Genetics: Skywalker OG and Rare Dankness.
  • Aroma: potent earthy smell with citrus undertones.

Cannabinoid Breakdown

  • West Coast Sunrise places 501 OG between 16 and 23%

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West Coast Sunrise 501 OG
8.7Overall
Presentation8.2
Product Appeal8.3
Color8.8
Texture8.9
Smell9.1
Taste8.8
Potency8.9
Experience8.5
Would You Recommend8.7
Reader Rating 0 Votes
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