Camp River Cannabis is a subsidiary of CRG Pharma nestled in the Fraser Valley.
Today we’re reviewing their Animal Cookies which is grown outdoors and created by crossing Girl Scout Cookies with a Fire OG strain. Dominant terpenes are listed as being Caryophyllene, Ocimene and Terpinolene. From what we can tell, Camp River Cannabis promises this flower will have a robust sweet-sour aroma.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
When I opened the Mylar bag, there wasn’t that much of a weed smell but when I cracked open a bud and got closer, I noticed there was a bold sour citrus aroma. The smoke and the vapour from this cultivar had a similar scent to it as well.
This version of Animal Cookies came in a bright orange bag with the cultivar name and the THC and CBD contents printed on the front of the packaging but unfortunately no grow information on the back. Also I noticed due to the packaging, many of the bud’s trichomes got squished. However in terms of appearance, the bud was a medium to light green with light orange pistols. Animal Cookies is known for it’s obvious layering of trichomes with a milky amber colouring, but I did noticed some over mature trichomes.
I was hoping for a taste similar to the aroma, however I found this Animal Cookies didn’t have much of flavour profile. There was a mild sour herbal element but this very minor and hardly noticeable. This lack of flavour was apparent both when I rolled a joint and used a vaporizer.
This batch of Animal Cookies was part of lot number WF0007 with a package date of August 26, 2022. Listed with 22.3% THC content and a price tag of $25.95 for 3.5 grams, I found the Animal Cookies to have an excellent relaxing high that was not overpowering if you have to adventure out during the day. Camp River Cannabis did an excellent job with this cultivar but I would suggest they list the growing information on the bag since CRG Pharma provides on their website. If I had any compliant beside the lack of smell it would be the finding of a fabric hair when looking through a microscope.