A Ride You Won’t Forget
Newly stocking the shelves of Maine dispensaries, the famed extract artists Mission Hill have revealed a new name and customer base for their fantastic products. I was fortunate enough to gather some terps and decided to review their superb Sundae Driver live rosin – a cross of Fruity Pebbles x Grape Pie first pull. This is absolutely the finest live rosin you can obtain and this one-gram sample was labeled as 90u.
Mission and Company’s luxurious and creative packaging definitely stands out. As you open the box, you see the words “Crafted with Intention” before you get to the jar. This spoke to me, and made me really respect the extra attention to detail.
Bursting with scents of ice cream, grape punch and blueberry as you open the jar, you can’t help but get giddy and salivate because it smells so delicious. Lavender is another scent that comes to mind with this one – bringing me back to the days of smoking old school Purps.
Not only does it smell fantastic, it tastes 10 times better – treating your tastebuds to an orchestra of complex, full-toned flavors of fruity desserts. Tasting so similar to the smell, I was able to close my eyes and reminisce of drinking a smoothie or eating a blueberry muffin.
And now for the trifecta: scent, flavor and potency. A creeper high with overwhelming strength, you’re hit with an almost out of body experience a bit after you exhale. One hit provides massive indica effects that are calm and soothing, but also provide an uplifting and goofy buzz. After a few more dabs, this rosin totally took control of my day and brought me to a really serene place. Just the terpene profile alone provided an onset of therapeutic, happy and relaxing effects. Sundae Driver is also recommended for chronic pain.
You can find Mission and Company at select dispensaries throughout the state of Maine. They have a nice selection of strains to work with and great palates for standout varieties, bringing unique terpene profiles and high quality remedies.
Available at: Maine’s Finest Dispensaries including Kind Farms Reserve, Beach Boys, Above and Beyond, and Fire on Fore.
This article was originally published in the April 2021 issue of Northeast Leaf.
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