Bursting with sweet, overripe banana terps, Honey Bananas is a mouthwatering mashup of Honey Boo Boo (Bubba Kush x Captain Krypt OG) x Strawberry Bananas, bred by legendary Bay Area breeder Elemental Seeds.
When allowed to warm to room temp, the scent is absolutely overwhelming and kicks off extremely pungent banana fosters and bubblegum aromas. The nose has a pronounced brown sugar type sweetness to it and when coupled with the banana-forward profile, is extremely reminiscent of Runts or Laffy Taffy candies. The warmer it gets, the more full and rounded the aroma becomes.
The consistency is gooey and the rosin is wet with terpenes, without the need for any agitation whatsoever. While the slightly runnier consistency comes with the minor drawback of having to monitor your dab to make sure it doesn’t slide off your tool, it comes with the major benefit of being loud as fuck.
My low temp dab delivers a super smooth and flavor-packed vapor loaded with banana, sweet earth, and an herbaceous floral spice that’s somewhere between mesquite wood and wildflowers.
The effects are swift and it takes no time at all for an eyelid-drooping, clear-headed euphoria to kick in. The flurry of flavor that just went down results in a buoyant, happy vibe and in no time at all, I’m back for another hit of that sweet banana goodness.
This one is a standout in a lineup of stellar offerings from Trinity County’s Hash and Flowers brand. Their hash rosin is confirmed fire, with a variety of flavors on deck that are sure to please not only today’s new school exotic loving, fruit and dessert flavor chasers – but also the OG, gas, skunk and diesel lovers as well.
The company’s founder Terry Mines has been an active member of the Cannabis community for decades, and has farmed in nine counties all across California over the span of more than 30 years. His products are a testament to the experience he brings to the game, and in my humble opinion, are a must-tick if you’re a concentrate enthusiast in California.
This article was originally published in the February 2022 issue of California Leaf.
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