Looking for a one-way ticket to Funky Town via Electric Avenue? Funk Extract’s latest collaboration with Three Flavors Farms has you covered, with their soil-grown, fresh frozen, whole plant material bringing this fire batch of live batter to life.
Each gram of Funk comes in an eccentric box made to look like a record player! Opening the packaging reveals the cannabinoid and terpene profile, as well as the genetic breakdown – which in this case is a mixture of Peanut Brittle and Sundae Driver – making Peanut Brittle Sundae. Testing high for CBG and farnesene, these dabs are certainly not for the faint of heart. Another unique part of the packaging is the funk-o-meter, which ranks their dabs as either terpy, loud or funky! Last but not least, each gram has a QR code for a song that best matches the vibe of the hash. In this case, the track is “4:20 in Houston” by DJ Red and Optimo Ram.
This live batter screams “DAB ME!” as soon as you open the jar. There is a perfect balance of terpenes and diamonds, making this a very user-friendly product. Mix the terpenes into the diamonds to create a saucy consistency, and you’re good to go. The color is a bright and shiny yellow like a noonday sun, but don’t be fooled – these dabs will put you down for the count and leave you in a daze in the best way imaginable.
While taking some low-temperature dabs, I experienced an explosion of flavors that overloaded my palate. Peanut Brittle Sundae has a grape candy forward profile from the Sundae Driver, with a gassy Cookie-like finish attributed to the Peanut Brittle lineage. The combination of Peanut Butter Breath, Platinum Girl Scout Cookies, Fruity Pebbles OG and Grape Pie is quite simply a match made in heaven.
As I previously mentioned, the qualities of these cultivars are beyond sedating and make an ideal end-of-the-day smoke. With an exceptionally high tolerance, it takes a lot to say that “I’m stoned” these days, but this knockout example from Funk Extracts certainly checked all of the boxes on my end – with flavor and effect at the top of the list.
Be on the lookout for Funk’s solventless line, as well as new collaborations with Three Flavors Farms. Get your hands on this limited edition batch before it’s too late!
This article was originally published in the August 2021 issue of Oregon Leaf.
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