Blue Dream from Spinach is a sativa-dominant strain that was created by crossing Blueberry with Haze.
This strain is known for an aroma and flavour profile which is comparable to sweet berries. In terms of terpenes mixture, Blue Dream features Alpha-Pinene, Limonene, Myrcene and Nerolidol. User enjoy this cultivar because of it’s balanced high that includes a moderately strong cerebral stimulation and a feeling of total body relaxation.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived in the same container as previous Spinach products – white plastic with resealable security top. We cracked off the lid and were hit with an amazing smell! It wasn’t overpowering per se, but more like a very clear concentration of the aroma making it easy to identify. Sour tart blueberries was the unanimous decision here which is pretty rare that we all agree so precisely.
The buds looked almost as good as they smelled. Each was very well manicured, approximately medium in size with light grassy greens and bright orange buds frosted in trichomes. Also on very close inspection you can see the purple accenting on some of the leaves… between our eyes and our noses, Blue Dream from Spinach was looking fantastic so far (especially considering the price). This sativa looked as good their Pineapple Paradise strain.
We were excited to smoke this product given the delicious aroma and lovely appearance. We found that although it had a great taste that reminded us of tart blueberries, the flavour wasn’t nearly as strong when you compare to the aroma. However this compliant is minor and really just shows how much we liked the smell. Overall a good taste and a pretty smooth smoke.
Listed with 22.2% THC content and a price tag of $28.95 for 3.5 grams, we found Spinach’s Blue Dream to be a solid product. It delivered a strong high that included an elevated mental state of alertness without feeling sleepy, however you’ll likely only remember you’ve smoked because your eye-lids begin to feel heavy. Overall a nice sativa with a wonderful smell, flavour and appearance… we’d just like to see Spinach start including humidity packs inside their containers.