Flo from Divvy is a sativa-leaning hybrid that was created by crossing Afghani Indica with Purple Thai.
It’s reported to have a sweet cirtusy aroma which is the result of a unique terpene profile dominated by terpinolene, myrcene and beta-caryophyllene. Divvy describes the buds as being large in size, spearheaded with a dense structure, orange hairs and a moderately thick layer of trichomes.
We’re curious how this product compares to Divvy’s Sour Kush or Tweed’s Afghan Kush.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
Flo arrived from Divvy in a medium sized cream coloured plastic bag with resealable zipper opening. We tore open the package and picked up a mild but quite pleasant aroma that reminded us of a citrusy lemon with an equally strong herbal undertone.
Pouring out the contents we noted the absence of a humidity shield which is unfortunate. However the buds were impressively large and looked like two small boulders. They must have been close to 2 grams a piece. Very nicely trimmed and super dense, but also very dry. In terms of the colour, the vibrancy of the green leaves and orange hairs balance well with the fuzzy trichome layer.
We expected a mild flavour given the aroma strength, however were surprised by it’s strong herbal taste on exhale but like the aroma there is a distinct lemony citrus on inhale. If you love that classic herbally or earthy taste then this strain is right up your alley.
Listed with 19.4% THC content and a price tag of $19.95 for 3.5 grams, Divvy’s Flo offers great value for a number of different reasons. The high was a bit heavy so using it at the end of the day or before bed would be ideal. We also felt a mild mental cloud however this seemed to lift pretty quickly. The body experience mentioned earlier is a heavy relaxing vibe that leaves one a little sleepy and kinda wanting a nap. Divvy’s Flo would be a great strain for the end of the day and given the nice high and low price we’d recommend checking it out.
Great review. Thank you for helping me make better purchasing decisions.
I purchased Divvy Flo before reading this review. The review matches my own experience with this product.
The high was a little above medium, which for me is good. I enjoyed it – no complaints, enjoyable.
Taste: I cannot comment. I rarely taste anything in any weed regardless of its price.
Smell: weak but not bad. Smells fresh.
Buds: dry but not powder. Acceptable. Roles nicely in joints.
Weight: I weigh my purchases. Divvy Flo was very slightly underweight. If I pay for 3.5, I expect 3.5 despite the fact that weed dries and loses weight over time. (Shouldn’t moisture packs be mandatory?) However, because it was only very slightly underweight and the price was relatively low, I do not consider this a major fault.
I don’t consider smell or taste to be a difference maker. I’m interested in the effect, the value for what I paid, and the absence of mold.
At ~$20 per 3.5 grams, I would buy this again. It’s decent budget weed.
Hi Mike – we too wonder when humidity shields will become an industry quality standard. These growers work so hard that it seems like a no-brainer.