Bubba Kush has been around for long enough that it has contributed to an array of cannabis strains. Northern Lights has also been around for some time, but it does not have the same genetic legacy. Combining the two yielded the hybrid strain, Katsu Bubba Kush from Cloud Cover Cannabis.
Originally cultivated in the early 2000’s by a grower named Orgnkid. Now recreational and medical markets between Oregon, Missouri, Michigan, and Massachusetts have the opportunity to enjoy Cloud Cover’s take on this strain.
Katsu Bubba Kush is a new strain for me. I have experience with both of the parent strains, but I had not even heard of this one before smoking it. I always enjoy smoking new strains, especially ones with Kush genetics. This strain is beautiful. A pairing of light forest green and small segments of rose-purple fill the space behind pistils and trichomes.
The pairing of berry and earthy aromas penetrates your nostrils after opening the jar. Both of these aromas are followed by the faint smell of herbs. A combination of smells that can entice almost any cannabis consumer.
I took a few bong rips of Katsu Bubba Kush while watching the Seahawks game. The relaxing and euphoric effects would have been better suited for the extremely stressful Sounders game last night. However, Katsu Bubba managed to help keep my stress levels low during a typical Seahawks performance.
Katsu Bubba Kush Strain Overview
- Indica dominant hybrid
- Genetics: Bubba Kush and Northern Lights
- Aroma: berry and earth
- Total THC: not available at this time
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