We only have information about this flower from Snackbar. According to them, the flavor is sweet and spicy with hints of citrus. This is mainly because it contains terpenes like limonene, caryophyllene, and farnesene. The buds are dark green with purple shades and a frosty layer of trichomes. We’re curious how this flower compare to something like Tantalus Labs Slurri Crasher.
We ordered this product because we love MAC-1 and the name Macslurry grabbed our attention. However we have no clue what to expect from the Snackbar brand. Opening the bag immediately released a strong and fairly complex aroma that contained a number of smells including lemon, lavender and hints of diesel. This is a great start for Macslurry.
The colourfully frosted buds look great except some of them were a bit stemmy. In terms of size, they were small to medium though each was pretty dense and spongy. The leaves are mostly bright green with very clear purple tips and orange pistils. The heavy trichome frosting always made us lick our lips.
In terms of flavour profile, Snackbar’s Macslurry leans heavily towards to its Slurricane parent . Everyone detected a clear citrus taste with a spicy undertone that was present from start to finish. Although we feel the smoke itself could have been much smoother if Snackbar would include a humidity shield. Why that practice has not become industry standard is perplexing.
Listed with 25.07% THC, we thought Macslurry from Snackbar is an impressive product. The lineage of this indica-dominant hybrid ends up combing to produce a very strong high that including a feeling of being a bit groggy and mentally checked out which means this one would best be enjoyed after all important tasks are completed for the day. If you have a lower tolerance then you might want to go easy the first time around. However we still wish they’d include a moisture shield to keep the product a little fresher.