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Fuego Night Rider Indica Pre-Roll Review

Dive deep into the enigma of Fuego's Night Rider: a pre-roll that promises an intricate dance of earthy aromas and gentle highs. But does it truly deliver, or is it overshadowed by other budget options like Vibe's Rocketman and their own Sunny Daze? Scroll down to learn all the details.

Fuego Night Rider Indica Pre-Roll contains a well-known hybrid strain, traditionally born from crossing I-95 and Stardawg. However, Fuego’s version is labelled as indica-dominant. While they haven’t disclosed the exact lineage of this specific product, they promise an intriguing profile: rich earthy and floral aromas with a uniquely funky, almost skunky exhale. Given such a description, one can’t help but wonder how it stacks up against popular pre-rolls like Vibe’s Rocketman or even Fuego’s own Sunny Daze.

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Smell

Upon opening the tube, we were met with a gentle aroma. The scent was not as pronounced as some might expect, leaning more towards a delicate herbal note. This mild scent could be attributed to various factors, such as the packaging or storage conditions. It’s worth noting that while the aroma isn’t overwhelming, it does give a subtle nod to the natural essence of the cannabis plant. When placed side-by-side with the Vibe’s Rocketman, which boasts a stronger grape-like smell, or the Sunny Daze with its bright citrus notes, Night Rider definitely is more understated in terms of aroma.

Appearance

Fuego’s Night Rider pre-rolls come packaged in a clean, white plastic tube. Immediately noticeable on this tube is a comprehensive label that offers all the information a user might need. This label clearly displays the brand, strain and product name, ensuring you know exactly what you’re about to enjoy. Moreover, it details the primary cannabinoids, giving a hint of the potency one can expect. There’s also handy storage information, which is useful for users to maintain the product’s quality. A notable touch is the inclusion of the grower contact information, in this case, Ayurcann. The label rounds off with the lot number and packaging date, aiding in assessing the product’s freshness.

As for the joints themselves, they were rolled in brown king-size rolling papers, paired with brown paper filter tips. Their appearance is reminiscent of the popular RAW rolled joints, which should make some happy. The joints are rolled just right – not too tight, striking a balance that should ensure an even burn. While only a test will confirm the burn quality, based on the look and feel, one can be fairly optimistic about a smooth smoking experience.

Flavour

Fuego’s Night Rider pre-rolls present a taste that’s closely aligned with its subdued aroma. The flavour isn’t dominant or overbearing; rather, it brings forth gentle hints of sweet herb as you smoke. This refined taste ensures a smooth smoking session, with minimal throat irritation and a reduced tendency to induce coughing.

However, when compared to the robust and distinctly grape-like flavour of Vibe’s Rocketman, Night Rider takes a step back. While Rocketman impresses with its strong and delightful taste, Night Rider offers a more understated profile. If a profound flavour experience is what you’re after, you might find Night Rider a bit mild.

Experience

Our pre-rolls were part of lot number PR230813C, packaged on August 13, 2023. With an advertised THC level of 22.6% and a price of $9.95 for two 1-gram joints, we were curious to gauge the value for money.

Upon smoking, the experience was one of subtle relaxation. The high was calming, manifesting as a gentle embrace rather than a forceful tug. It delivered a balanced sensation, where the cerebral effects dovetailed neatly with the body buzz. Neither felt overpowering, making it ideal for those who prefer a mellow experience.

For those looking to unwind without being overwhelmed, Night Rider is a commendable choice. The price point offers good value, especially for individuals new to cannabis or those who appreciate a moderate, well-rounded high. However, if you’re in pursuit of a potent punch or a vivid sensory journey, you might want to explore stronger alternatives.

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Summary
Fuego's Night Rider pre-rolls offer a balanced cerebral and body high with a smooth, mildly flavoured smoke. While its affordability is commendable, the experience feels a tad underwhelming, especially with the aroma not quite living up to expectations. Moreover, the undisclosed lineage adds an element of mystery that might not sit well with all. At this price point, we feel you have better options available. Nevertheless, if you're after a mellow experience with an even burn, Night Rider could be worth a try.
Good
  • Smooth, mild flavour
  • Affordable price point
  • Balanced cerebral and body high
Bad
  • Mild aroma lacks impact
  • Unclear lineage disclosure
  • Not very strong high
7.3
Cooked
Smell - 6.8
Appearance - 7.5
Flavour - 7.3
Experience - 7.4
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Since high school my friends and I have been recreational cannabis users so we decided to start Merry Jade after legalization in 2019. We review and photograph the different products then share them on this website. The rating system we use is called “SAFE” which stands for Smell, Appearance, Flavour and Experience. Each category gets a score out of 10.

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2 Comments

  1. “fuego” is right because i burn myself every time this crumbly loose joint drops hot embers on my hands. This is literally the only joint I’ve experienced that does that, try buddy blooms or thumbs up instead for a less dangerous experience for the same price and better quality.

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  2. The Fuego Night Rider joints are rotating strains. It says on the case what the strain is but not on the containers.

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