Smoke That Thunders is a new brand from THC Biomed and we thought now was a good time to review their first release – Dragon’s Lettuce Premium Sativa.
From what we could research, most users describe the smell as a combination of strong floral with hints of grape. THC Biomed hand trims and grows this flower in natural soil in an effort to produce healthy buds with high concentrations of THC.
We’re interested to see how this stacks up against THC Biomed’s Landrace Sativa.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived from Smoke That Thunders in a small black plastic pill container with child proof seal. We popped off the top and quickly noted a strong but sweet musky lemon aroma with a curious cookie undertone. Given the dry condition of the flower it surprised us how much smell had been retained.
Upon dumping out contents, we noticed a lack of a humidity shield which explains the dry state of the flower. The buds themselves were tiny to small in size, very dense but still a bit spongy. We’ll be candid here – the camera definitely highlights more of the leafy bits of the buds which didn’t seem so obvious under the naked eye. Covered by a sea of bright orange hairs these buds have noticeable dark green sugar leaves, some stem, and a thick layer of trichomes. However as mentioned there was also a fair amount of excess stem and leaf.
Keeping in step with the aroma, the flavour profile is best described as a sour lemon key candy without the sugary coating. After sparking one, the inhale was a slightly sweet zesty lemon citrus while the exhale brought the zesty part more into focus.
Listed with 18.9% THC content and a price tag of $24.95 for 3.5 grams, we found Dragon’s Lettuce Premium Sativa from Smoke That Thunders delivered a moderately strong experience. If you love a purely energetic pick-me-up sativa buzz with no body high, then you’re going to really enjoy this strain. Great to get going with like a cup of coffee in the morning however expect a boost in mental energy but it may leave your focus bouncing around a little.