Evermore Cannabis Company is winding down the cold weather by warming us up with their mouth-watering and cold-cured Papaya hash rosin. As a connoisseur and general lover of all things Cannabis, I make an effort to explore all the rosin I possibly can. Yes, the price tag can be hefty – but the highs are also otherworldly, as it’s the highest quality product class we have access to.
This Papaya manages to stand out in an already stunning crowd as a truly exceptional little dollop of Cannabis resin. The hash rosin itself looks a bit on the dry and crumbly side for a rosin, but the cold cure seems to have locked all the liquid goodness into a thick and easy-to-work-with product that resembles a dazzling liquefied fruit.
With almost 3% (half of the profile) consisting of limonene, you knew it was going to be a fruity variety, but I was totally unprepared for the whirlwind of robust aromas. This dab lives up to its namesake with an unquestionable papaya scent at the top of the nose – literally hitting your olfactory system as if you dipped your nose into the freshly-cut fruit itself. But Evermore’s premium rosins are rarely so one dimensional … continued wafts of our delicious samples yielded nuanced tropical notes of kiwi, mango and jackfruit, all nestled perfectly upon the slightest hint of funk. I want to say it is like a tropical-style sangria that has just started to turn bad. The light funk and slight gas is the perfect accent to the tropical medley – accentuating the fruity essences and reminding me of how pleasant aromas can bring back the best of memories.
True to form, Evermore’s Papaya rosin tastes as delicious as it smells – with a complex cycle of fruit and funk tumbling through my system with every inhale and exhale. The terpene profile dominated by limonene and myrcene ushered in a headspace loaded with giggles and carefree stoniness – proving that a dab of this little fruit bomb is like a new age ticket to a classic high, perfect for replacing winter’s shivering chill with a chilled-out glow.
This article was originally published in the February 2024 issue of Maryland Leaf.
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