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Tahiti Lime Live Rosin

from Imperial Solventless

Popping the top of the jar unveils a light caramel colored concentrate that reeks of zesty citrus.

When you combine fire genetics, incredible growing practices and state-of-the-art processing, you’re sure to end up with a superb result. Bred by the pioneers at Archive Seedbank, Tahiti Lime is a complex cross of Dosidos/Zkittlez x Lemon & Lime. Grown with love and care in hoop houses in Corvallis, Fire Creek Farms offers a wide variety of game-changing genetics from Archive, as well as many other well-known breeders. Teaming up with Eugene-based Imperial Solventless, these two quality-focused companies have brought the industry some seriously tasty terps that we can’t wait for you to try out. 

Shout out to Outside Artwork for knocking Imperial’s packaging design out of the park, as their unique and eye-catching box truly stands out amongst the rest of the solventless options on the shelves. Popping the top of the jar unveils a light caramel colored concentrate that reeks of zesty citrus. My nose instantly picked up on the Zkittlez and Lemon & Lime lineage, met with a subtle and sweet creaminess from the Dosidos. 

After taking a properly sized dab of this killer cold cured live rosin, my mouth immediately filled with a tart taste met with bits of sweetness, similar to a lime rind! The flavor then permeated my palate, leaving a very long-lasting and pleasurable taste. For you fruit-forward terpene profile lovers out there, this dab isn’t one to be missed. 

As the effects are energizing yet balancing, it’s hard not to keep going back for more. I would highly recommend this cultivar for those who look to make the most out of their day and use Cannabis as a productive tool. Overall, we can say that we are beyond stoked to see what else Imperial Solventless drops over the next year and beyond. Keep a close eye on their Instagram page for future releases and updates! 

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

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