Georgia Pie is a musty must-have from the family-owned and operated Lower Left Organics out of Applegate Valley. This particular 70-149µ, cold cure hash rosin was a collaboration with Headz Stash.
The cut comes from The Trinity Association and is a cross of Kush Mints and Gelatti that the team at LLO has tended into a bold and balanced representation of both branches. We popped open the POP-VAC jar – a delightfully satisfying experience and a useful feature for those who need assurance their terps are tucked in – and took some tokes.
One pop of the jar revealed a pungent punch of perfume and a cookie-dough consistency and color. Digging in for a dab, we found delicious little terp pockets and a soft texture. With a name like Georgia Pie, some may expect a peachy and bakery-esque aroma. But while a warm pastry element was present, each scoop sent Kush-forward, herbaceous pepper fumes with a strong, doughy-fuel finish from the nose to the exhale.
A buttery mouthfeel provided mounting evidence of this cultivar’s Gelatti genetics. But that classic Kush Mints freshness (not far from menthol) still finessed its way into the head and lungs, with lasting effect. That effect then manifested a fierce focus with a forecast of slumber – largely due to the physically calming sensation that teased the tension right out of our muscles.
This article was originally published in the December 2023 issue of Oregon Leaf.
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