Today we review Delta-9 Lemon Meringue.
Honestly, the best part of this product is it might teach you the proper spelling of meringue, as in Lemon Meringue Pie. Which I mean as criticism all around, to the producer that grew this, the vendor that sold this, and me, for buying this product, and cheating on so many spelling tests.
Price was the buyer motivation here, this was fifteen dollars. Specific motivation was that scene from the beginning of Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back where they sell a nickel bag in front of the Quickstop. If I am characterizing it properly, Alberta Cannabis is Jay, Delta-9 is Silent Bob, and I am those kids that don’t appreciate Morris Day and The Time.
This was $4.28 per gram for a 3.5 gram package. Although I’m prepared to be relaxed about quality at this price point, what’s required is beyond my capability.
Buds are scraggly, the quality you’d expect to see garnishing a Pizza Hut pizza. If you read my review of Delta 9’s Lemon Skunk, the consolation on this lemon meringue is it had better olfaction, but not one you’d pay $4 for.
I’d confidently call this edible quality cannabis, which you’d usually buy in larger package sizes. As an inhalant, it performs poorly. I feel like you’d be better to pay a bit more for a lot more quality.
I’m happy to relate areas of good value where I see them. Value isn’t favourable to the consumer, even at the price; qualitatively, there’s just not enough room for an argument. That’s the way I see it, at least.
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