Early Glue RBx1 #15 from Ogen is unique indica-dominant strain that is the reverse back-cross of (GG4 x Black Fire F-1) using the original GG4 (sometimes called Gorilla Glue #4).
This cultivar is known for producing a creamy aroma with notes of vanilla mixed in with funky floral. Early Glue RBx1 #15 backs that smell up with a flavour that is compared to cookies and cream dunked in tea. Ogen reports this strain has tight buds, a sparking layer of trichomes and is extremely sticky to the touch. Based off that description, it sounds like the Glue part of this flower’s lineage is alive, strong and healthy.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived from Ogen in their typical container that reminders us of a plastic spice-style jar. We popped the top off and the aroma that hit us was a brief bold lemony scent that quickly tapered off to a solid earthiness with a faint undertone of what we think is musky vanilla but we’re not certain.
This plentiful looking pile of medium to small sized buds has a very unkempt shaggy hair look that makes us think they used some type of automated trimming tool. They don’t look terrible, just not the neatly groomed buds we’ve seen from many brands who trim by hand. Ogen did not include a humidity pack inside the container so although the buds were sticky (had a tacky feel) they were also dry with a decent amount of shake at the bottom. However there was a decent trichome layer and the bright orange hairs definitely catch your eye.
Ogen’s Early Glue RBx1 #15 burns slowly even though it was pretty dry. In terms of the taste, you quickly notice the herbal tea flavour when you inhale, however that morphs into something like burnt coffee before concluding with an aftertaste that a few of us thought was floral tea while others compared it to earthy unsweetened chocolate. We all agreed the flavour was interesting and overall an enjoyable smoke.
Our container of Early Glue RBx1 #15 was listed with 19.1% THC content and a purchase price of $39.95 for 3.5 grams – which we thought was a bit expensive. The good news was it delivered a strong balanced high, in fact the strength surprised since this flower was under 20% THC. After smoking it produced a mental buzz similar to feeling mildly distracted, this was combined with a stronger body high of feeling of heavy and just wanting to chill. Long story short, this indica from Ogen is decent but the price and scruffy appearance will not appeal to everyone. That being said, we did like it more then TGOD’s Organic GG#4 (similar parent strain) .