Dive into a fruity bouquet of spring flowers in this fresh-pressed Wilson! Zero rosin that’s undoubtedly the tastiest solventless dab we’ve found in Alaska.
Terp hunters and rosin lovers alike often feel like Tom Hanks’ character in “Cast Away” – yelling into the abyss for something that seems so unlikely to deliver. You could say that rosin is our Wilson, our comfort, a friend when all else seems lost. Just like Wilson was a friend until he floated away, so are the terps with each dab – delivering happiness like a warm hug from our favorite plant.
In reality, the WIlson! Zero has nothing to do with “Cast Away.” It’s a strain bred by Oni Seed Company that combines a Banana OG and Papaya #3 cross with a Tropicanna Cookies F1 male plant, resulting in a unique expression of some of the heaviest-hitting fruity flavors in Cannabis. The end result is an intensely sweet and syrupy flavor that packs a huge punch when it comes to effects – getting most people high enough to consider talking to inanimate objects.
We were so stoked when we heard Polychrome Grass was making rosin, but our expectations were blown away from the first twist of the jar. The golden patty of terpy goodness oozes out fermented tropical fruit with citrusy gas and a hint of spicy vanilla that smells good enough to wear as cologne. The consistency is light and perfect for low-temp dabs, vaporizing into an orangey-cookie-banana smoke that builds in the chest before a tingly, high-terpene exhale.
The vapor is so smooth that it tricks the mind into thinking that one needs another dab, but trust us when we say that this is as close to a one-and-done dab as they get. The Wilson! Zero smacks into the frontal lobes with a drooly and red-eyed fury, slowing thoughts as waves of happiness crash into the mind and body. Stoney, uplifting and heavy all at the same time, this rosin has extracted the best elements of the strain for a solventless concentrate worthy of being highlighted in our Flower Issue.
This article was originally published in the March 2023 issue of Alaska Leaf.
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