Citizen Stash’s Jungle Breath is an indica-dominant hybrid with an unclear genetic lineage.
The product description suggests this flower will exhibit typical Kush traits such as a gassy musk and skunk smell with secondary hints of fruity citrus flavour. Let’s see how this compares to Legend’s Cactus Breath or Coterie’s Mendo Breath.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
Jungle Breath arrived in Citizen Stash’s typical white plastic container with a secure lid. When we opened the container, we were greeted with a moderate herbal aroma, which was quite pleasant and not too overpowering. The scent was accompanied by subtle undertones of pine, giving the overall aroma a refreshing quality. Interestingly, the smell of the Jungle Breath reminded us of the earthy and natural scent of a hedge bush which may be due to the strain’s lineage, or perhaps the way it was grown and cured.
The white plastic container had a humidity shield, which is always reassuring when it comes to maintaining the quality and freshness of the product. The labelling on the container was informative, covering all the basic information such as the brand name, product name, THC and CBD totals, weight, contact details, lot number and packaged date.
Taking a closer look at the buds, we noticed that they were mostly small to medium in size, very leafy, with a nice mix of multi-coloured greens and brown pistil hairs that made the nugs look acceptable. They were also quite dense and even though they included humidity control the buds were very dry, which may have affected the overall quality and potency. We also noticed a significant amount of shake in the bottom of the container, which may have been due to the handling or transportation of the product.
We rolled up a joint and sparked it up, eager to experience its flavour profile. Our initial impressions from the aroma were confirmed when we took our first inhale, as we detected the same herbal flavour notes that we had previously identified. The taste was not overpowering and as we exhaled the smoke, the herbal taste began to subside, revealing a subtle piney undertone that added a refreshing quality. We found it was well-balanced and not too strong nor weak, which made it quite enjoyable to use. It also complemented the aroma well, creating a cohesive sensory experience that enhanced the overall enjoyment of the product.
Jungle Breath from Citizen Stash came packaged on June 22, 2022, with lot number EX082205.01. With a THC content of 23.92%, we found the product to be well-priced at $27.95 for 3.5 grams. When it comes to the experience, we found it to be quite pleasing. The effects were strong but not too intense, with a slightly heavy feeling in the eyelids and a calming mental aspect that made for a mellow and easygoing experience. We appreciated the overall balance, as the high was not too overpowering nor too subtle, striking a comfortable middle ground that made the product enjoyable to use. All things considered, we’d probably still pick Citizen Stash’s FPOG or their Sunset Sherbet over this one.
Overall, we found the Jungle Breath from Citizen Stash to be a decent product that offered a high-quality experience at a reasonable price point. However it could have been visually better as the flower was leafy and quite dry.