Sometimes, luck strikes twice. I was provided with a sample of Off Menu, from our friends at Lot 420. This batch is Icy C, which is a Gelato 33 and Wedding Cake cross. However, the cultivars for Off Menu will rotate similar to the various Pheno’s by Carmel.
Nose/Grind/Dry Toke: 4.5/5
The nose is super cakey and strong, right when you open the jar. This weed might stink up your room a bit. It breaks up perfectly, as I like to see with dense nugs that are covered in trichomes. The dry toke is very sweet, creamy and little funky on the pallet. Everything you hope and expect from a cakey cannabis strain.
The Smoke: 4.5/5
The smoke is smooth and the flavours of cake and cream are dominant. I also picked up a decent amount of gas, which adds a great nuance to the flavour and aromas of the flower.
The Buzz: 4.95/5
It doesn’t hit like a truck but it could still knock you over if you smoke too much. After smoking this more and more and thinking about the effects of the high, I had an epiphany. This is the most clear headed indica flower I have smoked to date. All of the amazing body effects that a heavy indica gives me but mentally, I was fully functional. As a result, I had to update the blog and improve my rating.
The Roach & Overall Score: 93/100
If you love cakey weed like I do, this strain might be perfect for you. I truly love that this strain exists because it would be ideal in many situation where you want to calm your body but still have the ability to complete tasks and communicate normally. I also enjoy the idea of rotating cultivars, especially as the OCS makes it so difficult to have any cannabis sku approved. I am really looking forward to Apples & Banana’s as well as Area 41; 2 more strains which are set to drop in future batches of Off Menu.
The opinions in this article are solely those of the Cann Man.
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