And now we arrive at the final Tantalus Labs cannabis review.
We're doing the Cannatonic today. The CBD Queen mother, the one that started the movement, many CBD varieties bare its tastes, some have built breeding houses around its phenotypes.
In our 5th review of Tantalus Labs cannabis we are choosing Cascade, a cultivar Tantalus notes is exclusive to them. This is a CBD dominant variety that makes under 1% THC and ~14% CBD in an unusual flavour profile (for
I think this Skunk Haze is the darling of the Tantalus range. The flavour profile is bright and spicy. The buds are chunky. Most importantly, its ~1:1 cannabinoid profile makes it versatile. We'll talk about all the details below.
Serratus. This one is my favourite, so this won't be a review, more of a love letter.
Let's do a quick time check, we're at 5:28pm on a cold fall night.
I know little about the lineage for the Serratus. Much of
This is the 2nd review within the Tantalus range. Refer back to the Harlequin review for observations on branding, price and the range.
Let's just get right into it. We're reviewing Tantalus' Blue Dream today, time of writing about 4:30pm. It's
This will be the first of six reviews of cannabis from Tantalus Labs, we're going to go through the entire range. I'll do a review for each, and I'll try to do them sequentially. Leaving the Cannatonic for last, so