Sip and savor the flowers that we all really want for Valentine’s Day with this euphoric sativa cross of Rozay and Tropicana Cherry #7.
Valentine’s Day is a love it or hate it holiday that largely depends on whether one is in a happy relationship or not. Luckily for us, Mary Jane is always ready to share her loving embrace – so ditch the roses and buy your lover or yourself a bountiful bouquet of terpy flower from the family owned and operated Khush Kush.
People buy roses because they love the colors and we feel the same way about the frosty, purple buds that glisten with trichomes from inside this glass jar. When it comes to jar appeal, this is about as beautiful as weed can get. Opening the lid releases a rush of fizzy cherries, creamy red berries and a kushy-gas finish that’s perfect for setting the mood. Like lighting a candle to get the senses in tune, this flower fills a room with an intoxicating sweet funk as the well-cured, medium-density flower breaks up for a big bowl.
First tokes are rich with warm, earthy cherries that coat the palate before exhaling smoothly with a gassy tingle. The Rozay and Tropicana Cherry #7 combine for a sweet and sultry flavor profile that’s delicious and easy to hit – delivering big tokes of clean smoke that gently hugs the body while sending effects floating to the mind. Euphoric and uplifting, a cerebral effect hits first as a warm and happy buzz hits the head like a halo, brightening sounds and tastes as a relaxed buzz slowly hits the body. After a few bowls this flower will have you in the mood for feel-good activities, with a lovely high that’s both in the moment and floating above it at the same time.
Grown in Bellingham, Khush Kush is known for their tasty edibles, including the famous Pot Tarts that are exactly what they sound like. Check out our December Edibles Issue for these yummy treats, including their coconutty Haystacks and classic Rice Crispy Treats. With a full lineup of high-end flower to complement their delicious edibles, Khush Kush is a one-stop shop to spark your next special Cannabis experience.
This article was originally published in the February 2024 issue of Northwest Leaf.
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