Introducing Palm Gardens’ Typhoon Berries, a sativa-dominant hybrid that promises an exceptional experience with its potent mix of Zkittles and Slurricane strains.
This strain boasts plump, sticky buds that emanate a delightful aroma of mixed berries, with a sharp hint of fresh grapes. We’ve been told to expect a typhoon of terpenes, as Typhoon Berries’ distinct scent is just the beginning of the journey. Let’s see how this compares with other sweet cultivars like Greenman Acres Mother of Berries or the delicious tasting Golden Berry from Mood Ring.
Whether you’re a seasoned smoker or a newcomer to the world of cannabis, read on to discover if this strain lives up to the hype. Check our review, rating and photos below.
Palm Gardens Cannabis Co. delivered their Typhoon Berries in a sleek, industry-standard, resealable bag that was bright, orange and exuded premium quality. Upon opening the package, a delightful aroma greets the senses – a distinctively sweet berry smell that tantalizes the nose. The aroma is so pleasant that we couldn’t resist taking a few more whiffs to fully appreciate it. It’s reminiscent of the equally enticing Mother of Berries strain, which is sure to pique the interest of any cannabis connoisseur.
The packaging of Typhoon Berries from Palm Gardens is thoughtfully designed, featuring all the essential details on the front, including the brand name, product name, dominant terpenes, total terpene percentage, and THC vs CBD totals. On the back, there was a clear diagram showcasing how to open the bag, alongside essential product information such as weight and type, as well as contact details. When we poured out the contents of the package, we were delighted to find a humidity shield that kept the buds in excellent condition. The actual buds were dense and ranged in size from tiny to medium, taking on a spear-shaped appearance. With each bud neatly trimmed, it’s easy to appreciate the mixture of orange-brown pistil hairs distributed throughout the surface, culminating in a noticeable layer of sparkling trichomes.
Our first encounter with Typhoon Berries was through a rolled joint, and it did not disappoint. On inhale, a dominant earthy taste mixed with a noticeable sweetness, yet on exhale, the flavour profile transformed into a delightful warm berry jam taste that took centre stage. We also tried the strain in a simple glass pipe, and once again, the sweetness was evident on inhale, but the earthy taste seemed more subdued. On exhale, a distinctive warm berry flavour infused with a subtle hint of lemon emerged, creating a fascinating and enjoyable smoking experience.
Palm Gardens’ Typhoon Berries was packaged on October 11, 2022, with the lot number S3-8-2022-3, containing 27.39% THC, 2.24% terpenes and a price of $34.95 for 3.5 grams. Overall, we found this sativa-dominant hybrid delivered an enjoyable and flavourful experience that offered a delightful mix of effects. Upon consumption, we immediately experienced a moderately strong body high that caused our eyes to tingle with pleasure. However, despite the intense body effects, we were still able to maintain a clear and focused mind, making it an ideal product to wind down with after a long day. We appreciated the well-balanced combination of both physical and mental effects that Typhoon Berries delivered, which we believe would make it a great choice for cannabis enthusiasts looking for a well-rounded and satisfying experience.