Aurora Cannabis describes Ghost Train Haze as being a high-THC sativa dominant strain with light green buds and a strong aroma. The terpene mix of terpinolene, limonene, and myrcenepungent produces a citrus and pepper undertones aroma that is quite pungent and strong.
Historically Ghost Train Haze can be traced back to Ghost OG and Neville’s Wreck. Aurora cultivates this strain in a state-of-the-art facility specifically designed to deliver a consistent quality cannabis.
Recently we reviewed UP’s Ghost Train Haze and were quite impressed. But how does Aurora’s measure up?
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived in an industry standard black plastic container with a resealable security lid. Opening the top instantly released a pleasant spicy citrus smell aroma that was intense but not overpowering.
We poured the contents out of the container and OMG! What came out was anything but the appearance of “superior quality cannabis”. Beyond the absolutely horrible initial presentation of more shake than bud, studying these dry bead and pebble-sized nuggets (if you could call them that) gives the overall impression that these buds were poorly trimmed and cared for as the pictures make what we saw far more appealing that the actual product. The green itself is a dull dark almost brown tone.
Things are starting to look better thankfully. Rolling up Aurora’s Ghost Train Haze was easy given its near shake appearance. That spicy citrus smell from earlier is very much present in the flavour profile. It starts spicy but not harsh, and then fades into a mild citrus undertone. Quite nice actually.
Definitively above average as the buzz experience was quite strong. After smoking Aurora’s Ghost Train Haze we still felt alert though glassy-eyed. However the poor appearance is something that really detracted from what could have been a solid product. In terms of preferred sativa from this brand, we liked Aurora’s Blue Dream just a bit more.