From what we could learn, Kolab Project Kalifornia is the result of crossing 88 G-13 Hashplant with Nepali OG.
On the Kolab Project website they explain how this Kalifornia strain is grown using high-calibrated automated systems to ensure optimal grow conditions and a consistent product. During harvest all the buds are hand-trimmed then harvested and cured using a slower dry process at a low temperature.
It sounds fantastic so we were curious to see how it compared to Kolab’s Dark Shadow Haze.
The product was delivered in a sleek, medium-sized black bag featuring a zip seal. Upon opening, we were immediately greeted with the nostalgic scent reminiscent of our high school days—a delightful blend of skunky pine. The enticing aroma urged us to eagerly empty the contents of the bag.
This was a buzz kill. What you see is usually what you get. Overall the buds that are intact are nice, however very shaky and dry to the bone. Plus, we had an enormous stem that further detracted from it’s appearance.
Kalifornia offers a distinct herbal palate, subtly accented with notes of spice. Intriguingly, the pine scent we initially detected upon opening the bag didn’t come through during the smoking experience.
Kalifornia by Kolab Project, boasting 23.9% THC, presented itself as a respectable product. While it might not be groundbreaking, it’s far from underwhelming. Its effects deliver a reliably serene high, complemented by a notable body buzz, culminating in a gratifying experience.