The Wedding Poop strain is described as being a rich and flavourful cultivator with buds that smell strongly like vanilla cake. It has a variety of terpenes that include myrcene, caryophyllene, humulene and limonene. BC Green says this variety grows large dense buds that are dark in colour and completely covered in a frosty layer of trichomes. This product is our first encounter with this brand so we’re curious about BC Green’s quality.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
BC Green’s Wedding Poop arrived in a small black rounded glass container with resealable top. The label indicated 2% terpene content and 25.9% THC content. We popped off the lid and were greeted with a mild herbal musk with a subtle undertones of floral sweetness. However the vanilla cake smell mentioned by BC Green is the products description was missing.
First, it was nice to see BC Green include a moisture/humidity shield inside the jar. The buds themselves ranged from small to large, with the biggest weighing close to 2.5 grams. Although this hybrid has Unicorn Poop in it’s lineage, the colours seem closer to Wedding Cake with a smattering of dark and bright green tones, brass orange hairs and a thick trichome layer.
We were expecting a flavour profile similar to the aroma or possibly even that vanilla cake mentioned by BC Green however that was not the case. Gone is the herbal musk with hints of floral sweetness. In it’s place is a harsher peppery earth taste. We expected something a bit sweeter and flavourful.
Overall BC Green’s Wedding Poop strain is a decent hybrid but a bit expensive. Ours had 25.9% THC content and a price tag of $41.97 for 3.5 grams which automatically raises our expectations. The high delivered by this bud is best described as moderately strong with a calming mild mental high that was accompanied by a body high that felt like mild pulses rushing through the body. We enjoyed the high but didn’t love the price.