Spinach’s Tangerine Twist is a sativa-dominant flower with a lineage connected to the pungent Skunk #1 and the lesser known Dead Head.
Users describe this cultivar’s flavour profile as combining sweet fruit with earthy citrus along with an aroma to match. Spinach reports the buds are typically medium to large in size, very dense and covered in an amber layer of trichomes.
We’re curious how this compares to their other sativa’s like Spinach’s Blue Dream or their Pineapple Paradise strain.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
This product was only available in 28 gram packages and arrived in a large grass green bag with resealable zipper opening. However after tearing it open we could only detect the most faint aroma which made it hard to identify but eventually we agreed it smelled like a very mild batch of warm earthy orange peels.
Like previous strains from this brand, Spinach unfortunately did not include a humidity shield inside the bag which resulted in the buds being extremely dry and hard. In terms of size they ranged from small to medium buds, the flower was trimmed better than expected and showed off a nice collage of colours. However we can’t remember seeing bud that was so dry and hard, it felt like this one would be difficult to burn.
Breaking up this flower was easy because it was so dry but the same cannot be said for smoking. The flavour was noticeable and stronger than its aroma but we found the cherry was continuously going out requiring constant relighting. We also found on inhale there was an earthy citrus with a hint of orange peels that changed to a heavy earthy taste on exhale.
Listed with 26.8% THC content and a price tag of $144.95 for 28 grams, Spinach’s Tangerine Twist delivered kinda what we expected. The sativa experience is spot on with a strong yet clear minded experience that was accompanied by a super mild tingle around the eyes. We did find it lacking in terms of flavour and aroma plus for such a high THC ratio we expected more kick. Overall this flower was decent enough but it’s definitely not one of our favourite strains from Spinach.