Scant, seedy, yet comparatively inexpensive, Aphria's offering of Jean Guy through their Good Supply brand fails to distinguish itself from the Jean Guy offered through their Riff brand. Today we look at Aphria's Jean Guy, for the second time. We saw
Zenabis' version of Paradise's Wappa disappoints slightly with subpar visuals, but makes up for it with respectable quality and a pleasing performance in the upper ranges of the Wappa profile. Checking out a Wappa today. If you're unfamiliar, this is Paradise's
Zenabis' version of Shishkaberry offers punchy flavours with somewhat decent visuals occluded by a lazy trim. Today we look at our second Shishkaberry, this time it's produced by Zenabis, sold through a brand they call Namaste. There are many copies of Shishkaberry.
Poor quality and comparatively expensive, Tweed's Chocolate Fondue has enough olfactory character to give a slight glimpse into a DNA Genetics cultivar with seemingly limited availability. Doing the Chocolate Fondue today. No previous experience with this one. No other Canadian
Poor visuals, lack of quality and high price detract from the decent olfaction offered by Zenabis' rendition of THSeeds' Ultra Sour. Looking at Ultra Sour today, this produced by Zenabis, and sold under the Namaste brand. The cannabis in this particular
Today we have CannTrust's Gold Kush pre-roll product, this is sold under their Liiv brand and they call it Kinky Kush. We've reviewed Gold Kush before in whole flower form, I felt it's recommendable. Quality is evident for Gold Kush