White Shark (sometimes called Great White Shark or Peacemaker) is a sativa dominant strain that was originally cultivated when Super Skunk #1, South American and South Indian Sativa were crossed together.
This strain is known for quickly delivering a strong body buzz with a feeling of mild euphoria. Due to a blend of different terpenes it can have a distinct, fruity aroma with mild hints of skunk and the aroma has notes of pine, lemon and mild grade undertones. White Shark buds can be quite dense and are commonly speckled in light greens with a frosty layer of trichomes.
We really enjoyed Black Sugar Rose from Color Cannabis but how does their White Shark strain smoke?
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived in a medium size purple resealable bag . One of the first things we noticed is that they included a moisture shield inside the bag, great start. However our excitement quickly began slipping, as very little aroma floated out of the bag. After really focusing for a few minutes we started detected a subtle hint of sweet floral with a pinch of grape. But it was really really mild, the smell was almost non-existent.
After we emptied the bag, we were pleased to see the buds themselves were medium-sized, spongy and dense. They were covered in shades of green ranging from light to dark forest mixed that with a nice trichome layer and orangey red hairs… visually these buds get a passing grade.
This was definitely unexpected, especially given the weak smell! But the flavour profile presented a combination of flavours starting with that sweet earth hops, branching into hints of black pepper and finally ending with a noticeable piney undertone – this strain likely plays with these noted flavours in varying dominance.
First, the price for this product is quite good. Under $30. However the high itself is okay – not great – just okay. The very mild sugar-rush like mental effect is easily ignored when compared to the moderately lethargic body buzz. If you’re looking for budget cannabis this one might be good (though Skosha’s version is slightly better), but if you’re looking for something with a bit more punch, then White Shark from Color Cannabis is a pass.