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Sgt. Baker

from Entourage Cannabis

Dive in as we try Entourage’s extract of Sgt. Baker from the folks at Green Bandit. 

BHO may be on the back burner with rosin on the rise over the past couple of years, but farms like Green Bandit and extractors like Entourage are differentiating themselves in an otherwise over-saturated extract market through the use of organic inputs. Dive in as we try Entourage’s extract of Sgt. Baker from the folks at Green Bandit. 

Sungrown Cannabis can easily be compared to wines grown in different terroirs in the same state. You can grow chardonnay all over the valley, however many Oregonians and wine sommeliers alike agree that some of the best chardonnay in Oregon comes from a specific area – and the same goes for Cannabis. For years the growing zone known for the best Cannabis was the Emerald Triangle, an area stretching down from the Valley of the Giants in the California Redwoods, out to the coast, and up into Grants Pass. Recently, the Triangle has moved north into Oregon and stretches up past Eugene, the city in which Entourage Extracts resides. 

When comparing the extract directly to the flower, flavors were driven through to the back end with mixtures of decadent limes and lemons with a twist of earthy funk. With James Brown’s “I Feel Good” playing in my head, a wave-like sensation cascaded through my body – starting from the top of my head and tingling its way down to the tips of my toes, similar to that comfortable feeling of putting your feet up after a long day. The effects were pleasantly potent and carried on longer than expected, most likely due to the full spectrum effect of the outdoor plants.

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This article was originally published in the November 2022 issue of Oregon Leaf.

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