If you’re a follower of the West Coast Weed Tour, then you know that we strive to find the best of the best in cannabis products. Because of that mindset, it’s no surprise that The Cure Company, a cannabis brand known for reaching this caliber of quality products, has been featured time and time again.
Today, @JoeyJayPing takes a look at The Cure Company’s Mimosa Live Resin to find out if this product reaches the high bar set by the L.A brand.
A sleek, black box with green accents houses the Mimosa Live Resin diamonds. Imprinted on the side of the box are the words: “superior quality cannabis goods”. This resin is made up of 79.39% THC, 77.22% TCHa, and 1.29% CBD. In other words, you’ll be good and high after a hit of this product.
Unfortunately, the box is missing key information on the genetics of the strain and the terpenes. Genetics information is invaluable for the consumer so that people can understand exactly what they’re smoking. This information can also help determine what strains a consumer likes for future purchase. Even more importantly, it will help a consumer determine which strains they don’t like.
One Hit Review
After opening the black jar that the resin is housed in, Joey smells the aroma of earthy gas and the subtle but notable scent of floral orange. The diamonds are a smooth orange color.
Joey’s first hit of the Mimosa Live Resin diamonds reaches almost all the marks of a quality product. The flavors and smells are very distinct. On the exhale, Joey tastes the creamy orange and earthy spice. Although the flavors are good, this Mimosa resin doesn’t taste as delicious as The Cure Company’s Mimosa flower and other fruity strains. Regardless, Joey would still highly recommend this product for its potency and appeal.
Click play on the video below to watch Joey’s full review.
If you don’t feel like watching, scroll down and skip ahead to read the scorecard at the bottom of this post. Each of the products reviewed on the WCWT are also featured on our website as well as the Respect My Region Instagram and Youtube.