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5 Cannabis Strains Hitting Menus in January


This month of The Drop, Danté Jordan’s column of all the must-see strains and dabs from top brands and producers, takes a look at the planned releases of Candy Paint Flowers, Flight Path and Ball Family Farms.

Another month, another round of new cannabis strains for you to enjoy. After checking out a whole host of brands at the Hall of Flowers in Palm Springs, I came away with not only a much deeper knowledge of the real California cannabis players, but a much deeper understanding of the nature of fire than people should. to smoke.

Here are five varieties that will hit dispensary menus in January.

Candy Paint Flowers: January 996

Candy paint flowers was my favorite Hall of Flowers brand. He had strong buddy energy all over the place. While most of the other brands were there to put on a big show, the owners of Candy Paint were posted at their booth like, “We have fire and we know it. The weed is really the truth too. The Bolo strain sample they gave me was superb and smoked even better – the taste and potency was * the chef’s kiss * In January, in addition to Bolo, Candy Paint Flowers will be releasing a strain called January 996 .

January 996 was bred by Seed Junky Genetics and is a cross of Gelatti and Kush Mints # 11. Candy Paint has been cultivating the strain for about two years now, and they use the Ambrosia nutrients to bring out her full potential. The brand told me that January 996 smelled like a carbonated OG strain with slightly minty and candy-flavored undertones, although there is no OG in its lineage.

You have a good chance of feeling a potent head push and calming high from January 996, which is the marketing language for “This strain is about to sit on your ass.” “

Available: California

Flight path: jealousy

Flight path is brand new. Brand fresh, grass fresh, all fresh. Exactly what drop is about letting people know about brands and varieties that they might not find unless they are deeply rooted in the culture. Flight Path also grows great weed. In January, Jealousy and a bunch of Jealousy Crosses will be released.

Jealousy is another creation from Seed Junky Genetics and this is Flight Path’s very first crop. The strain tastes of sweet cream and candy with a Gelato finish on the smoke. These flavors are brought to you by the terpenes of limonene, myrcene, caryophyllene and linalool. Expect a strong body high with some brain stimulation.

I smoked a sample of Flight Path’s Jealousy and immediately said, “YUP. They have one. ”Take a Flight Path if you’re in California – this could be your next new favorite.

Available: California

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Viola: Wappa

I first fell in love with Viola concentrates in Oregon. Specifically, it was the Huckleberry Pie – it was so fruity. Now Viola is exhausting a whole new lineup of strains in the Beaver State. There is Tangelo Kush, Tropicana Cookies, and Wappa. These Wappa stamps to hit, boy.

Wappa was raised by Seeds of paradise. This is an indica-dominant cross of Chemdog and Royal Kush that contains sweet fruity flavors with floral accents. Paradise Seeds described the aroma and flavor of Wappa as a wonderful bouquet of strawberries and cherries. Its terpene profile is well balanced with a predominance of myrcene, caryophyllene and linalool.

The most commonly reported effects of Wappa are relaxation, happiness, and euphoria. What this really means is that Wappa is a wellness strain that will likely make a perfect daytime smoke.

Viola told me that the highs should hit you with an intense body high, but not overwhelming.

Available: Oregon

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Ball Family Farms: Clubber Lang

Fam. Clubber Lang of Ball Family Farms is a price, You hear me? I cracked this bag and damn need some shade to look at the heads. These milky white trichomes were shining everywhere. Diamonds dance like a Drake and Future song. And the smoke? Man, listen.

Ball Family Farms’ system of naming exclusive genetics after classic black movie characters is so stupid to me. Named after the character Mr. T in Rocky III, BFF’s Clubber Lang is an indica-dominant hybrid. This is a collaboration with the Sixty Four & Hope dispensary. Clubber Lang has a cookie dough flavor with a lingering sweetness. Honestly after a few hits it reminded me of the sweet bread flavors of the birthday cake (the dessert, not the cannabis strain).

The effects do a great job of honoring the name. Clubber Lang was known for his hard-hitting shots, just like this weed. After a few hits I said, “Oh yeah, the Ball Fam has a new batter on their hands.”

For me, the effect of Clubber Lang started with a strong cerebral high that eventually spread to my body. It made me say, “Wow, I didn’t mean to get this high. I love it.”

Available: California

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Huckleberry Hill Farms: Whitethorn Rose

Last, but not least, is Whitethorn Rose from Huckleberry Hill Farms. It’s not a new strain, but it’s the most unique herb I’ve come across since finding Sub X Flavor Crystals in Seattle around February 2020.

Whitethorn Rose is a cross of Paradise Punch and Lemon OG. He was bred by John Casali of Huckleberry Hill Farms. With its incredibly diverse terpenes and quick highs, Whitethorn Rose is a true example of the amazing cannabis grown in the sun. You would be doing your pallet a disservice by not smoking it.

The vibrant fruity flavor of Whitethorn Rose is what makes her so unique, she literally tastes like chewing on a handful of Skittles. Some have defined the flavors as sweet, berry, citrus and even spicy with hints of cinnamon and cardamom. Whitethorn Rose’s complex flavor profile comes from its dominance of limonene, caryophyllene and linalool. If there’s one constraint on this list that you should absolutely sprint and get, it’s this one. It’s so good you might cry.

Available: California





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