This island sweet skunk had a nice harsh skunk-y taste. From the green streets of the Hammer comes another fine offering that I’m prepared to write a marijuana review about. Different grower, same great success. There wasn’t much grower action when Goodster owned Up In Smoke Cafe, but now suddenly Hamilton is representing. It’s no Humboldt, but its damn good grass.
ISS tastes amazing especially on the first vapor bag. Though petered out quickly after successive bags. I’ve been looking for a hard skunk, but didn’t expect to find it in something labeled sweet. Could be because the marijuana strain has been around for a while, making it appear heavy compared to the new skunk seeds sold. Old skool genetics at work here. A preferred strain to grow on Vancouver Islands. Ultra Skunk and even Skunk #1 now has a super sweet tinge. When I would expect an incredible harsh skunk blast. Seriously, what’s up with sweet smelling skunk?
When you encounter a real live skunk you don’t think to yourself, why that’s a pleasant soft aroma. It’s supposed to stink and make you have the yucky face. My sample didn’t go that far. My ISS sample had fantastic sativa and indica properties. There’s a fab couch locking element. My pain dropped several notches. Wonderful for watching a movie. Though there’s some sativa in it, I did notice the strain made me mildly lazy. I kind of just wanted to sit around. Not a bad quality when you want to meditate or have quiet time.
The grower was really proud with their first results. They should be! Not an upper echelon cannabis winner, but in time they’ll have some serious skills.