Users describe the aroma and flavour profile as a combination of sour grape candy mixed with a creamy fuel undertone. Growers indicate the buds are dense, grape-shaped with olive coloured leaves, orange hairs, dark purple undertones and a coating of frosty purple-tinted crystal trichomes.
It will be interesting to see how this stacks up to products like Lot420’s Icy C strain.
The product arrived in a large dark green bag with resealable zipper opening. We tore into the package and were greeted by a strong aroma that initially reminded us of grape pop without the carbonated fizz. Great start and we hope it tastes as good as it smells.
We dumped out the contents and were happy to see Jenn’s OG included a humidity shield to keep their flower fresh. The buds for the most part were all small in size and looked quite leafy like they could have gone around round with the trimmer to remove all the shaky bits. Despite this, they do have a nice mix of colour from dark green to light green leaves, bright orange hairs and what appears to be a heavy trichome presence.
The nose knows. But the palette can confirm. We rolled a decent sized joint and detected a moderately strong grape juice flavour on inhale that seemed to be amplified with a mild carbonated gas element on exhale. Very tasty and a close match to the smell even though the flavour was stroger.
Listed with 28.6% THC content and a price tag of $31.95 for 3.5 grams, we found Jenn’s OG Crazy Rntz delivered a strong and relaxing indica-style high. The experience itself was strong but mellow and did not feel overpowering even with the high levels of THC. It felt like a very mild mental distraction in the form of a fog and where your body gets strong mellow relaxing vibes that may acutely be felt around the eyes. Peaceful and pleasant but did not feel like the THC level was nearly 29%.