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Strain of the Month: Seatown Lemon Haze

Grown by Western Cultured

Keegan McClung Special to EVERCANNABIS
When selecting the perfect strain, I like to focus on what experience I’m looking for, then base my strain selection around that. I’m getting caught up on “Game of Thrones” prior to the final season, so I need a strain that won’t sink me into the couch but instead provides focus. One strain always stands heads and tails above the rest: Super Lemon Haze. I’ve never tried Western Cultured’s cut of it, so I knew the perfect eighth to snag. SMELL: Unlocking the jar is an immediate smack in the face of sweet-sour funk. I want to get lost in that garbage aroma. Snapping the squishy buds apart unlocks the light lemon profile that I’ve come to expect from Super Lemon Haze, but the sweet funk is also present. APPEARANCE: Nicely manicured buds with a perfect squish. Beautiful bright green with a few light orange pistils, these snow-specked buds are perfect for rolling in a joint or blunt. There’s a perfect amount of moisture and stickiness without gluing your hands. TASTE: Other than a light spice, this smoke didn’t produce a heavy taste, which was a bit disappointing since the lemon taste is a favorite. EXPERIENCE: Other than a light spice this smoke didn’t produce a heavy taste. A bit slightly disappointing since the lemon taste is a favorite A dance party ensued before the second bowl was done. I let the sweet flows of The Game and Justin Timberlake guide a smile to my face. Seatown Lemon Haze delivers a focused, energetic high perfect for gaming and binge-fueled weekends where attention is needed. It also provides a head high, without the heavy body feeling that can accompany a few bowls. Whether you’re looking to catch up on TV or have a quick stroll around Riverfront Park, it ensures you’re smiling the whole time.
Reviewed by Keegan McClung, marketing manager for Cinder.
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