Luckily I was able to get my hands on some of the premium stuff from Gnomestar and today we will be reviewing their Meat Breath Dried Cannabis. I know it’s been a while since I did a review on dried Cannabis, but sit back, relax and enjoy.
The official description provided by Gnomestar is as follows:
“Meat Breath is an indica-dominant hybrid, bred by crossing the genetics of Meatloaf and Mendo Breath. Meat Breath has very unique characteristics visually compared to most strains due to its profound trichome visibility, dark shades of purple, and burnt orange pistils. From its bud structure to its colour, smell, and trichome visibility, it’s truly an eye-catching cannabis strain.“
And to that note, scroll down to see the images of the strain and you’ll see exactly what is meant by eye-catching.
Strain Details and Effects
Here is the description of the strain as per Leafly:
Here are the most probable effects you can expect to experience:
Meat Breath probably doesn’t sound like it would be overly pretty, but it surprisingly happens to be a very vibrant and indeed a pretty flower after all. See here:
Here is a link to a video showing you what you can expect that I found retweeted on Gnomestar’s Twitter handle:
Your Neighborly Connoisseur Review
OK, as you may have already clued in, I have given up smoking marijuana and have moved on to other means of consuming it. Regardless, I know there are a lot of die-hard fans of the old-fashioned consumption methods and thus I have reached out to my good friend and neighbor that has been rolling blunts since the dinosaurs walked the earth.
The smell; well to us it smelled like what you would expect when you opening a typical container of weed, except perhaps a bit more pungent than most. So things started off smelling right.
Here are the takeaway points observed:
- Offers a Smooth smoke
- Rolls well
- Dried perfectly and a bit fluffy with lots of crystals and colour
- Better than many other premium brands tried
- Offers a relaxing yet functional high
I kicked off my initial technical thoughts on $GNOM here on Twitter:
I’ll make updates and observations on this thread as the chart evolves so you can track. Feel free to interact with me and others in these discussions and observations here.
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