Here on pancakenap.com, we end up talking about the same old boring cultivars, over and over. And don't worry, I always find a way to muster up some excitement for the 5th CBD Skunk Haze we've seen. But I don't
Thanks for joining me today, we're checking out Serratus by Tantalus Labs, for the second time in about a year.
I have a bias for cultivars that I can track back to the traditional market. Said another way, one mechanism I
Next up during the course of the 2019 Hempfest reviews I performed is Purple Punch, a very popular cultivar from a US breeder.
Purple Punch is a cross of Larry OG and GrandDaddy Purp. Originally bred by Super Nova Gardens,
Hello, we're going to look at Pedro's Sweet Sativa today.
This is a good one, it made a good first impression on me.
It’s been a few weeks since I wrote the review and I can tell you, it's memorable. Pedro’s
Arguably the best-looking cannabis I saw during the contest, this entry was the second one I reviewed. It's trendy. During a usual review of Canadian retail cannabis, many of the cup wins associated with the offering we see are from
Doing Cherry Diesel GE by JWC today.
As a self described enjoyer of diesel flavoured cannabis, I was really looking forward to this one. As far as diesels go, this didn't float my boat. I found it all flashy looks, with
This was my first review, and in retrospect, I was too hard on it. But I didn't have anything to compare it to at the time. So if I could go back, I would have rated its olfaction better and
Today we look at a really cool cultivar, it's called Candyland, bred by Ken Estes, the same breeder of GrandDaddy Purp, which is also actually included in the lineage here.
Unfortunately, it's produced by Tweed. Which is just a shit thing
What would you call this, a cannabis contest? I think so.
Ok, there was a cannabis contest in the city I live in, and I was invited to be a judge in the dried flower portion of the contest. All of
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