Pink Azul is the strain this time around and she’s an incredibly sticky, greasy, gooey one. Good luck trying to break it up by hand as it’ll just end up clumping up into little balls. Even gave my brilliant cut a run for it’s money as it has that gummy type of texture. It appears fluffy on first glance due it’s outstretched hairs and jagged edges but is actually quite dense. Mainly of a forest green appearance but there’s also lighter greens and dark traces of purple throughout, followed by a resinous, glue like layer of trichomes and wild, red-orange pistils. Cured to the 9’s.
Now you can definitely recognize many pink qualities in the nose and taste but there are also other characteristics to it. Pungent and gassy, producing aromas and flavours of dank earth and sweet vanilla with woodsy, musky, perfumey undertones. This is definitely joint weed due to it’s very sticky nature as it takes a while to roast a bowl and you lose a lot of the flavour in the process. Joints produce a thick but smooth smoke, leaving behind a large oil ring and salt and pepper ash while burning quite slow. It’s actually one of those ashes that seem to burn a little darker on the outside with a whiter center to be more specific.