Gellati first caught my eye at Cannacation – a 420/710 friendly Bud & Breakfast that offers complimentary tastings for guests in Maine. The logo on the jar is discrete, basic and simple, but the hash inside is loud and delicious!
Sixty’s Gellati has a light yellow color that pops out at you right away. This cured badder glimmers when you move it around – very pretty looking. Quite sugar-waxey, it’s a bit hard to get on the dabber and isn’t normally my preferred texture, but the aroma, taste and buzz shine through.
When you break the seal on the container, you’re immediately taken aback by the reek of ripe grapes, lavender and citrus candy. The terpene profile will make you salivate and increase your curiosity as to the flavors. The lemon and lavender combination makes for a great summer mix to enjoy on the porch during a warm evening, with a cold drink surrounded by friends.
Gellati is spot on – tasting just like it smells. With this cured badder you can expect to enjoy an array of fruity flavors, but you’ll definitely detect a nice grapey undertone on the palate. This is certainly more of a wine-like headstash that you’d break out on a special occasion to set the tone for the evening.
Upon dabbing, this concentrate smacks you with a strong and long-lasting head buzz. Pulsating feelings behind the eyes tingle as the heavy effects settle in. People who suffer from social anxiety may benefit from trying this strain. Without the usual hesitation, you’re able to carry out great conversations while remaining calm. Gellati is perfect for a joyful uplift and a pick-me-up.
You can find yourself some Sixty/Sixty concentrates at Greenbear420 or by booking a room at Cannacation – both in Dexter, Maine.
Address: 531 Moosehead Trail, Newport, ME 04953
This article was originally published in the August 2021 issue of Northeast Leaf.
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