The description indicates this flower has a tangy sweet citrus aroma with a fruity citrus flavour profile on inhale and a sour earthy taste on the exhale. Dykstra says the buds are dense, light and dark green tones with a moderately thick layer of trichomes along with bright orange hairs.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived in a thin black plastic bag with resealable zipper seal. After we tore open the package, there was an instant release of that familiar scent which is unique to the Powdered Donuts strain. It reminded us of an old fashioned sweet plain donut with a subtle undertone of floral that is clearly present but not as strong.
Pouring the small buds out of the pouch, the first detail to catch our eye was the quality of the trim job and how dark green the sugar leaves were. Right after that we had to admire the moderately thick layer of mustard yellow trichome crystals. There was also a good amount of bronze hairs that were tightly wrapped around the outside of the nugs like they were giving it a hug.
Our testing method is rolling a pure joint with the thinnest non-flavour paper we can find to maximize the flavour as much as possible. What our noses first picked quickly translated to our taste buds once we started the session. The aroma seems to lean stronger into the floral notes where as the flavour profile leans more into the sweet donut flavour on inhale while the floral note is still ever present on exhale.
Our bag was labelled part of lot # POW-013 CGF with a package date of August 15, 2022. Listed with 25.7% THC content and a price tag of $34.95 for 3.5 grams. Having rolled one up, the experience for us was very much a very strong body focused high felt mostly in the eyes and a super light spritzing of mist mentally that is almost non-existent. We actually enjoyed this flower a tad more then Dykstra’s Blue Widow Pre-Rolls. The name Wreck and Leisure is appropriate as this flower was one of the nicer versions of this strain but would have been better if it wasn’t so dry.