An old way to both add flavor to and keep your cannabis semi humid is to “throw an orange peel into the jar after curing and before storing”. If you decide to use a peel to moisten and flavor your cannabis, use a clean and healthy rind with all of the citrus fruit removed; tangerine, orange, grapefruit, lemon or lime.
This can be fun, but it also runs the risk of mold contaminating whatever cannabis you’re trying to flavor if things get too dank.
If you’re looking for a sour and juicy tasting bud without the charade, check out Seedsman’s Tangerine Trainwreck Haze. It smells like its “fresh squeezed” and as far as highs go, its got a very fast onset.
The Trainwreck side of this strain is known for being a “one hit quit” type of very potent cannabis. A lot of the smoking community attributes this name to an incapacitating “wrecking” high, and I wholeheartedly agree with that, but an attribute that I have only come to recognize more and more with Trainwreck is its facemelting fast onset.
Don’t think of your Super Silver Haze and any other “creeper” high that kicks in after the fact. Think of the “I felt it the second I exhaled” strain you once smoked. This is important, because some people don’t enjoy a faster high. But if you’re looking for a high THC “experience” – look no further. The Trainwreck genes make this a very potent strain.
I can’t think of the last time I saw Trainwreck on “special” or below the top shelf at any of the stores I frequent in Colorado. Trainwreck isn’t the cheap stuff, it’s the stuff that makes other stuff ‘cheap’. This frosty parent is, heavy artillary as far as cannabis strain go – if you have any phone calls to take care of, take care of them beforehand and then buckle up.
The Tangerine is where half of your money is going – and trust me its worth every (s)cent. Its understandable that the more expensive strains are the more potent ones, but also in the category of ‘top shelf’ is “tasty”. That is Tangerine Haze – marmalade and hashy notes eclipsed by a strong sour finish. Leafly sources that this sativa came from the Neatherlands as a cross of G13 and NYC Diesel, and this definitely seems accurate because G13 would give this strain the “haze” style of high and Sour Diesel is the grandparent to this perfected citrusy strain. Tangerine Haze’s geneology aside, add this strain needs to be on your bucket list because it tastes so incredibly ‘fresh’.
Cross this juicy pallet-pleaser with the shock and awe factor of Trainwreck and you’re left with the game-changing Tangerine Trainwreck Haze. This strain is as potent as it is tasty. This is a strain that you want to grow when you have everything in your grow fine-tuned.
The buds will be thick and frosty – nothing massive, but definitely no popcorn nugs here either. Be prepared to really give this strain a lot of love, because the work you are putting in will pay off like none of the strains you’ve grown before this; equal parts taste and high, at a top shelf level.