Tire Fire is a potent indica-dominant hybrid that crosses a High Octane Cut of OG from the San Fernando Valley with a classic Do-Si-Dos strain.
Users describe the flavour as being a diesel-rich with spicy pepper secondary brought forth by the dominant terpene being caryophyllene. In terms of appearance, growers say the flowers are dank and stinky with fat popcorn shaped nugs stuffed densely with bright orange hairs and a frosty white coating of trichomes.
Let’s see how this compares to Crazy Rntz from Jenn’s OG. Check our review, rating and photos below.
This flower from Jenn’s OG arrived in a smaller emerald green matte bag with resealable zipper opening. We hoped the name was not an indication of the experience that lay ahead so we tore open the bag and after separating the seal we didn’t notice much of anything which was initially disappointing but after taking a few moments to study the subtle aroma it seemed like there was a very faint cold rubber scent. Not sweet, herbally or even planty.
The front label included the brand and strain name, THC/CBD totals and the weight of product. The back label had even more information including the lot number, harvest and package dates, cannabinoids break down as well as a dominant terpenes list. The actual buds ranged in size from small to medium and in terms of the colour pattern, they were a mixture of bright greens with some dark sugar leaves and vibrant orange pistil hairs all covered by a moderately thick layer of trichome crystals. The buds are very dry as there was no humidity shield and there is some excess leaf.
Grinding this flower up was almost not necessary as it was so dry you could break it apart simply by rubbing it between your fingers. After rolling up a joint and sparking it, we noticed there was little on the inhale except for a fresh rubber element like the aroma. Upon exhale however was a slightly more potent rubber flavour with a tiny aftertaste of black pepper. We can equate this flavour to that of standing in the tire section of a Costco and breathing deeply. The name Tire Fire is very appropriate.
This batch of Tire Fire from Jenn’s OG was part of lot number 22034E01 with a harvest date of September 13, 2022 and a package date of September 28, 2022. Listed with 29.9% THC content and a price tag of $31.95 for 3.5 grams, we had mixed feelings about this one. Given the high THC ratio we expected a much stronger effect and found the flavour while awkwardly familiar to be unpleasant. The moderate effect was an overall strong heavy body tingles which faded quickly coupled with a thick foggy mind that is lulled into a calm state.