Hiway’s The Flav is an indica-dominant flower that was created when Romulan was crossed with Space Queen.
From what we could learn most describe the flavour as a combination of zesty citrus and earthy herbal. They describe it as having “high THC” but since it’s listed with 12-16% we’d say that’s closer to mild. Hiway says the flowers are beautiful with long and light buds with green shades and lots of orange hairs. However since this product is a PRJ (pre-rolled joint) it will be difficult to form any conclusion about the appearance.
We’re reviewed Cookies Gary Payton PRJ a few months ago so we’re interested to see how this brand compares.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived in a blue plastic doob tube with security lid. Removing the top released a strong smell that reminded us of tangy citrus followed by hints of earthy aromas. The strength of the citrus actually surprised us as we expected the aroma to have faded. Sadly the same cannot be said for the flavour but more on that in a second.
The Flav comes in a 0.5 gram pre-rolled joint that is packaged in a Navy-Blue tube. The roll looks a lot bigger than similar products from other brands which makes us think the buds used in the rolls were very fluffy or badly trimmed. Unfortunately we were not able to inspect the flower as it was already milled and rolled.
In terms of flavour profile, we were expecting a little bit of that tangy citrus that we smelled when we first opened the product but instead we got a bland herbal, earthy taste. Definitely nothing special or memorable when it comes to flavour.
Coming in at 12.6% THC content and a price tag of $4.95, we found Hiway’s The Flav delivered a high that was surprisingly decent given the low THC number. It felt like a mild body buzz combined with a super uplifting high that could turn any frown upside down. Perfect for people interested in trying cannabis for the first time. However this will likely not be enough for the regular smoker, unless you’re looking for a light body buzz or just balling on a budget.