My first experience with award-winning cannabis in California was well worth the effort and cost. I walked away from the Los Angeles Kush store feeling excited after visiting for the annual Shine Day anniversary. The LA Sunset and the LA Honor were two strains recommended by multiple budtenders and both selections did not disappoint.
The LA Honor was consistent with my experience from the LA Sunset. Housed in a cute miniature glass jar were four smaller buds, each of them packing a punch. For the LA Honor, the packaging featured a brown box with a blue and white label.
Although the packaging for this strain wasn’t as notable as the LA Sunset, the smoke of this product was quite enjoyable, to say the least. Once I opened the jar, a light earthy citrus scent hit my senses. I couldn’t have been more excited to crack open the mini buds.
The LA Honor is described as a hybrid. This usually means that someone who smokes or consumes the strain will experience effects that are similar to both a sativa and an indica. In this case, I experienced a burst of energy that paired nicely with the subtle feeling of being intoxicated.
For daily smokers and dabbers, this strain should provide above average potency effects. Thankfully, the product is paired with a fair price point at $15 a gram before tax.
Overall, the product is most likely best-suited for cannaseurs and high-level cannabis users. But, tourists and other consumers with lower tolerances should also consider this too. If you’re looking for cannabis that has a smooth smoke or earthy flavor, this one should do the trick.
LA Honor Overview
- Hybrid/Sativa leaning
- Genetics: OG Kush x ??? (Will Update)
- Aromatics: Sweet, Earth, Slightly citrus
- Flavor: Sweet, Citrus, Earth
- Farm: TAL 18-0013420
- County: Riverside, CA
- Harvest Date: 12/14/2918
- Package Date: 1/28/19
- EXP Date: 1/28/2021
- Total THC: 26.61% or 266.08mg
- Total CBD: 0.665mg
- Delta 9 THC: 4.849mg
- Tested By: GeneralTestingllc@gmail.com
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