Natural History’s LA Kush Cake is a hydroponically grown indica-dominant strain that was created by crossing Wedding Cake and Kush Mints.
The result with a plant with a high THC percentage, dense frosty buds with purple and pink tones covering a dark green backdrop. The aroma is described as earthy or sandalwood with notes of diesel, cake and vanilla. LA Kush Cake has a number of dominant terpenes that contribute to its smell and flavour including trans-caryophyllene, myrcene and trans-nerolidol. We reviewed Tantalus Labs LA Kush Cake strain not long ago and really liked it… so how does Natural History compare?
Check our review, rating and photos below.
LA Kush Cake is a strain we’ve reviewed a few times before and we’re always happy to review another one! This one comes from Natural History and arrived in a medium sized black bag with resealable zipper top. As we’ve come to expect for this strain; pretty much the moment we opened the bag we were hit with a strong aroma. Delicious and almost reminded us of a sweet creamy lemon with earthy undertones. Mmm!
In terms of appearance Natural History’s LA Kush Cake does not disappoint. The buds are dense and well groomed however they are a bit dry. Lots of fiery crisp orange hairs, bright greens with some purple leaves and a sparkling layer of frosty trichomes. What we have is something that keeps your eyes moving and undecided on where to rest. However Natural History’s Fruit Cake looked a bit better.
The flavour of this LA Kush Cake has been wonderful each time we’ve reviewed. What you smell is what you taste and we’ll be shocked if we come across anyone who thinks otherwise! Natural History’s LA Kush Cake had a pleasant flavour but not as strong as Tantalus Labs version. However you can still expect a smooth creamy lemony taste with earthy undertone from start to finish.
Going going gone! LA Kush Cake from Natural History is listed with 23.2% THC content and delivered a very strong high that hits hard so you likely will need a nap if you enjoy too much. Mentally, the very strong high created a thick haze which produces gaps in your train of thought combined with a very heavy body buzz that is very close to couch-lock. However we’d still give the nod to Tantalus Labs in terms of flavour and smell but we’d take this over Thumbs Up Brand’s version and DOJA’s Cali Kush Cake. Experienced tokers are going to enjoy this product, but if you have a low THC tolerance then you might want to tread lightly.