Meat Breath is the first cured rosin product we’ve reviewed from Natural History.
This strain was created by ThugPug genetics by crossing an unknown genetic called Meatloaf with Mendo Breath. Users describe the aroma as being similar to spicy pepperoni with lingering gassy undertones so we’re curious how this one will taste. Everything we’ve read about this cultivar screams spice.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived from Natural History in a black plastic container that had a smaller glass jar inside. We removed the lid but did not smell much, even after heating it up we noticed there was very little aroma aside from a moderate hash smell when heated.
The rosin was dark brown in colour and had a thick, sticky consistency that reminded us of melted caramel.
Much like the smell we were a bit surprised by the lack of a distinct flavour. There was a notable hashy oil taste, but the spicy pepperoni or gassy undertones that Meat Breath is known for were not present.
Listed at $31.95 for 1 gram, Natural History’s Meat Breath cured flower rosin produced a decent experience and offers some value for the money. However if you’re new to rosin then you should know that it can be tricky to not make a mess. Even though we found the smell and flavour to be very average the high was quite nice and worth checking out.