Haven St. grows the Ultra Sour strain under their product name No. 515 Noisy Neighbour.
This plant is a popular sativa dominant hybrid that is known for a strong aroma profile that includes lemon, diesel, and pine. The buds are deep green and covered in light orange pistils and frosty trichomes. Ultra Sour was originally created by crossing MK Ultra with East Coast Sour Diesel, creating a sativa-dominant plant that delivers an uplifting feeling and euphoria. However due to the high levels of THC, the strong mental effects this strain produces that can be too strong for some inexperienced tokers.
But how does No. 515 Noisy Neighbour from Haven St. compare to their other products like No. 428 Secret Address?
Check our review, rating and photos below.
We’ve tried a few products from Haven St Premium Cannabis and so far we really liked one, another was just okay and the third was kinda forgettable. But this is the first sampling of No. 515 Noisy Neighbour so here we go. Just like all the previous Haven St. products this one arrived in the industry standard white plastic container with resealable lid. Once the lid was off there was a clear aroma of lemony diesel which honestly was quite good. It was not overly pungent but distinct and a clear match for the Ultra Sour strain.
Without a moisture pack, the product was quite dry and flaky. Aside from that point, the buds themselves look a bit wild and unkempt. However the snake-like hairs encompass the buds like flames, covering a large amount of the green leaf with orange-brown pistils.
The pleasing aroma has carried through smoothly to the flavour profile of this bud. The lemony diesel flavour is apparent from the start right to the end, however it did feel like the flavour could have been a lot stronger and we wonder if this could be fixed by including a moisture pack. We notice a major difference in the products that include this versus those who do not.
While enjoying this on a stroll around my area I quickly came to realize why this strain was named Noisy Neighbour – I did my fair share of coughing. As the saying goes, “you have to cough to get off” and in this case it was quite true. A very strong mind and body buzz was my reward for sticking it out. Between the difficulty concentrating with the cloudy thoughts through to the body vibrations, this was a great high but perhaps a bit much when not solely in veg mode. When comparing to other brands we preferred Edison’s version of this strain a bit more.
“You have to cough to get off.”
Please don’t repeat this. It’s nonsense. Coughing is triggered by sensitive cough receptors in the airway. Their purpose is to alert your pulmonary system that something undesirable is coming. The myth goes that coughing expands the alveoli but in fact the opposite happens. The alveoli are shut down and nothing gets in because your lungs are protecting you from something potentially harmful. You then cough to expel the presumed danger as quickly and thoroughly as possible. Coughing actually impedes getting off, aside from being hard on your throat and giving away what you’re doing to anyone within earshot.
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