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Sour Peel

from Evermore

Blending together a rich aroma of kiwi, papaya, grape and guava.

True quality in a product such as Cannabis isn’t just about numbers and ratios, causes and effects – there is also an element of sensory appreciation that can be imparted to the product, which top-shelf growers can really tap into. In the case of Evermore’s Sour Peel, patients in need of the heavier and more sedative side of the terpene spectrum can access their desired profile with a 27.3% THCa dose, complete with a fully robust flavor that I will be recommending for as long as it stays on the market. 

This cross of Forbidden Fruit x East Coast Sour Diesel is a truly exquisite expression of Cannabis. Rich tropical fruits are at the top of the nose, blending together a rich aroma of kiwi, papaya, grape and guava, blended together with honied meadow flower cream, all of which is underscored and accentuated by a light yet sharp fuel – not unlike the vapor aroma left behind from a fresh herbal distillation process. 

The layered complexity is truly the stuff that the fine wine industry is built on, and gives our state tremendous hope for our future market. While it is true that we lack the same degree of outdoor cultivation, and thus access to marketable terroir that the wine industry currently holds, we are nevertheless trending in that direction. 

Evermore Cannabis Company has been providing us with amazing Cannabis since the early days of our market, and they have only improved. With some of the most well-thought-out product lines, I am confident you will enjoy your experience with them, whichever product you choose – but I absolutely adore this Sour Peel. Its rich complexity of aroma is an olfactory delight that is worth adding to your personal Cannabis journals. This is a tasty, heavy-hitter that has become one of my personal favorites – and for that I thank the Evermore grow team for their efforts to produce our medicine to the degree of quality that it is.

This article was originally published in the December 2021 issue of Maryland Leaf.

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