Last week we reviewed Organic Sour Cookies from 1964 and thought it had a flavourful smoke. Today we’re continuing with this same brand and checking out their Organic Romulan flower.
This indica-dominant strain was derived by crossing the North American Indica and White Rhino. Users typically describe it as having dense, medium-sized frosty buds with a flavour profile that is comparable to earthy pine with a citrus undertone. We’re curious how this product compares to competitors like Palmetto’s Romulan.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived in a small black plastic bag with resealable opening. We tore open the package using the side-to-side seal and quickly picked up a strong almost pungent herbal aroma with piney undertones. So delicious and what you’d expect from the Romulan strain.
Just like Organic Sour Cookies, 1964 did not include a humidity shield inside the bag which is unfortunate. We dumped out the contents and noticed the buds were very compact, medium sized and well-trimmed. They were also so dense it looked like they’d been pressed into being. We could barely make out the brown hairs due to the heavy green and yellow trichome concentrations. Even though the flower was very dry it was visually quite impressive.
Given the dry state of the bud we were not sure how well it would smoke, but we’re happy to report it delivered a very pleasing soft herbal taste with a moderate piney undertone. Enjoying each inhale and exhale allows you to teeter-totter between these two flavours which was great.
Listed with 20.6% THC content and a price tag of $34.95 for 3.5 grams, we found Organic Romulan from 1964 produced a strong high. Be prepared for a mild cerebral fog that kinda hangs around allowing you to focus when needed while being at ease otherwise. Combine that feeling with a moderately strong body buzz that creates a sense of thick skin and that tells you what to expect from this product.