THE TASTE OF KUSH MIINTS
The forest-green leaves of the Kush Mints buds are covered beneath a mass of gold-trichomes, with orange pistils strewn about. The trichomes give the blooms’ lime-green appearance fuzzy amber streaks. Because this strain has a high kief content, it’s best to handle the buds with a tray.
The after-dinner mint has never been one of my favorites. Maybe as a last resort after a poor cup of coffee or delivery, but since most of my meals doesn’t smell like butt cheeks, I’m fine without those 300-year-old confections. At the very least, give me something that will whiten my teeth. It’s the year 2020.
But, over time, I’ve learned not to let my dislike for certain meals influence how I evaluate strains. Although I dislike bananas, Banana Kush and Banana OG are both excellent. All of those Garlic strains are, too. Smoking a bowl of Kush Mints, for that matter, will not leave your mouth minty fresh and clean: Animal Mints and Bubba Kush combine to produce a strong blend with notes of pine, wood, graham cracker, and Skunk, as well as a burst of wintergreen.
Kush Mints promised a balanced high, but I found it to be far more soothing than advertised. Kush Mints’ tendency to melt stress adds to the strain’s already calming bodily effects. More so, any sessions after 7 p.m. are likely to put you to sleep within a few hours. The combination of my past with the parents and their potency is a recipe for a late night.
Eclipse Cannabis Company
Eclipse Cannabis Company, Euflora, Frosted Leaf, Mile High Green Cross, Peak, Rocky Mountain High, Roll Up, Cannabis. Further have all seen Kush Mints, with wholesalers like Clearwater also cultivating it. Trees and Wolf Pac have produced some of my favorite cuts. Both have the density of a rock.
With candied layers of trichomes coating dense, bright-green buds with purple patches that pop against the black fan leaves.
Kush Mints’ forceful blast wakes
Kush Mints’ forceful blast wakes up the nose like a stick of wintergreen gum, with tangy bursts of pine and dank wood up front.
This spicy notes of chai and wheat, and a strong, skunky back end reminiscent of a weed-flavored Altoid on the back end.
Flavor: It’s difficult to convey such an intriguing aroma to your tastes, but Kush Mints does a wonderful job of presenting the CliffsNotes. Those dank, pungent pine and wood flavors are mellowed by a delicate chocolate sweetness, which is eventually dominated by the strain’s skunky, minty punch.