Awaken your inner child with these syrupy soda shop sips of vapor from GoodSinse.
Taking a dab is the adult version of a treat that thankfully, is calorie free. We love the fizzy flavors and feelings of euphoria that come from a terpy dab, which is why they pair with and compare to soda so easily. But don’t hate if you don’t drink pop or consume sugary drinks, because nothing beats getting high and guzzling a delicious carbonated beverage.
Sugar wax carries terpenes and flavors with a glistening consistency that’s easy to dab and super flavorful, so we couldn’t wait to go back to back with some golden high-terpene extracts. Starting with the bright citrus and sharp gas of the MAC (which was a hot strain a few years back that remains extremely popular today), an effervescent vapor fills the mind with a stoney burst of orange soda flavor and a garnish of lavender and chamomile – creating a sensory experience that swirls through the cells leaving a trail of terps in its wake. While probably not replicable outside of Cannabis, the MAC dazzles senses and delivers a heady buzz that’s pleasantly sedating and very giggly – basically perfect for getting couchlocked on comedy movie night.
Ready for a heavier hit of indica? The next dab comes from the Black Cherry Soda strain – known for its stoney but functional characteristics. First flavor notes from the glistening globs are sugared cherries with a fizzy Sprite and citrus-lemon tang that smells yummy enough to lick. Dabs at low temp deliver sharp notes of orange and fuel that send waves of relaxation tingling throughout the mind and body – providing stress relief that is perfect for the end of the day, but clear enough to be used during the daytime (depending on what you’re up to). We found the combined effects of the MAC and Black Cherry Soda doubled down on indica euphoria – with a relaxed (but not couchlocked) body and a happy mental state perfect for throwback flicks and sugary sips.
MAC Sugar Wax | 71.83% THC | 4.58% Terpenes
Black Cherry Punch Sugar Wax | 76.39% THC | 3.57% Terpenes
This article was originally published in the August 2023 issue of Alaska Leaf.
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