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ACDC Cookies

When you cross a legendary THC cultivar with a high potency CBD genetic, you get a one-of-a-kind result. This award-winning strain features the distinct aromas of fennel and anise. With a THC:CBD ratio of 1:3, and high total cannabinoid content, this cultivar is an industry standout.

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Melon Cookies

The OG Kush with a modern flavor kick. This potent cultivar brings the impact of old-school stars OG Kush and Girl Scout Cookies, with the remarkable flavor of Watermelon Zkittlez. Expect the sweet, fruity aromas of grapes and candy, with a gassy undertone to round out the experience.

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Fruit Cake

Unlike a traditional fruitcake, this cultivar is a favourite you'll want to keep on hand for all occasions. Lit Farms crossed Cookies & Cream with Plum Wine to create Fruit Cake, a hybrid blend of interesting and unique genetics. Expect aromas of spice and pepper, with tropical undertones of pineapple, mango and grapefruit, for a powerful effect.

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LA Kush Cake

Named Best Personal Flower at the 2019 Emerald Cup Awards. Wedding Cake and Kush Mints were crossed to create this cultivar which packs a powerful punch. The Cake strains are some of the most popular cultivars on the market today, well-regarded for their high potency and cake-like terpene profile.

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Mandarin Cookies

Mandarin Cookies will hook you with its sweet floral and citrus aromas. This cultivar has been recognized with numerous High Times Best Product Awards in 2019 and was named one of High Times’ Top Ten Strains of 2018. For us, Mandarin Cookies represent all that is good about bringing cultivars to life.

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Zour Apples

Two heavy hitters, Plantman Jack Herer and Ethos Glue, were used to create Zour Apples. A mix of sour and sweet, this cultivar features notes of tangy apple cider alongside sweet vanilla. Ethos Glue is a stabilized form of Gorilla Glue #4 (GG4), a well-recognized genetic co-created by the late Joesy Whales (aka Don Peadbody), whose contribution to cannabis culture has left a lasting impact.

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Crescendo

When the classic terpene aroma of berry meets a sour, grassy flavor— that’s Crescendo. Aptly named after the musical term that indicates a gradual rise in intensity, the effects of this cultivar are powerful and uplifting. Its lineage of Chem Dawg x I-95 x Mandarin Cookies results in the complex flavor we’re passionate about.

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Meet The Terpenes

Cannabinoids are enticing, but true cannabis pioneers understand the allure of a cultivar’s terpene profile. These compounds create the characteristic fragrances and flavours of a cultivar. Like the taste and scent of citrus, or the gassy aroma that gives cannabis its unmistakable smell.

The colour-coded legend below outlines the dominant terpenes found in our collection of cultivars. Take note of the aroma and flavour details, and use the colour guides found throughout our website and our packaging for a quick terpene breakdown for each cultivar.

A-Bisabolol

Aroma:

Bright florals, with peppery undertones

Flavour:

Occasional notes of nuttiness, but predominantly tastes of florals and spice

A-Farnesene

Aroma:

A warm scent of apple, with notes of woody florals

Flavour:

Woody, with fresh notes of citrus

A-Humelene

Aroma:

Recognizable beer-like scent, with supporting notes of earthy and herbal

Flavour:

Has a bitter, hoppy flavour

A-Pinene

Aroma:

A recognizable fragrance of fresh evergreen needles and rosemary

Flavour:

A forest-y taste of rosemary and pine nuts

B-Myrcene

Aroma:

A spicy, clove fragrance, mixed with an earthy aroma

Flavour:

Slightly sweet

B-Pinene

Aroma:

Expect an aroma of dill, basil and parsley, with a bitter hit of hops

Flavour:

A forest-y taste of rosemary and pine nuts

Caryophyllene

Aroma:

Unmistakable spicy, peppery fragrance

Flavour:

Noticeable, but not overpowering taste of pepper

Fenchol

Aroma:

An earthy fragrance, with strong hits of pine and lemon

Flavour:

Hits the tongue with the woodsy flavour of pine and camphor

Guaiol

Aroma:

A sharp, instantly recognizable scent of pine

Flavour:

An woodsy flavour, with hints of rose

Limonene

Aroma:

Strong aroma of citrus, like lemon zest, orange peel or grapefruit

Flavour:

A punchy taste of citrusy flavour

Linalool

Aroma:

Notes of lavender, with a spicy undertone

Flavour:

Mild floral taste, with a tropical edge

Ocimene

Aroma:

Hits the nose with a mix of sweet, herbal and woodsy fragrance notes

Flavour:

A hint of sweetness, with the taste of wild botanicals

Terpineol

Aroma:

Fresh scent that can be interpreted as citrusy, herbal, floral and forest-y

Flavour:

Also described as fresh, multidimensional taste of citrus, herbals and rosemary

Terpinolene

Aroma:

Fresh scent that can be interpreted as citrusy, herbal, floral and forest-y

Flavour:

Also described as fresh, multidimensional taste of citrus, herbals and rosemary

Trans-Nerolidol

Aroma:

Layered scents of fresh apples, mild florals and citrus

Flavour:

Earthy tasting notes, like a flowery hot tea