Blue Dream from Station House is a sativa-dominant hybrid that was created by crossing a Haze strain Blueberry.
Not long ago we reviewed Station House’s OG Kush so it will be interesting to see how this sativa compares to that indica. Typically Blue Dream smells like fresh sweet berries with a citrusy herbal undertone. Station House describes the buds as being long and bushy, with deep blue hues, amber and blue hairs, and an abundance of milky white trichomes. Curious if this product will be better then Spinach’s Blue Dream or Blue Nova from Sundial.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived in a medium-sized black bag with resealable zipper opening. We tore open the top and detected a clear lemony citrus smell with a faint undertone of sweet earthy berries. Interestingly the buds themselves seem to give off little aroma compared to the bag.
We dumped out the contents and were happy to see they included a humidity shield. The buds range in size from small to medium, some are a touch leafy but otherwise appear plump or thick. They also have a certain sponginess when you squeeze them and feature multiple shades of greens with a rusty hairs mixed in with the trichome layer that looks like static fuzz.
We have a decent amount of experience with this strain so therefore we expected a lemony berry flavour which is why this bud made us do a double-take. After rolling it up, we found the inhale created a sharp citrus note that mutated into a dank grassy note on exhale. We’ve tasted other versions of Blue Dream that were more impressive.
Listed with 20.89% THC content and price tag of $22.95 for 3.5 grams, we found Station House’s Blue Dream delivered an average sativa experience. You can expect a strong but clear cerebral effect like having just had your morning coffee kick in combined with a mild glassy eyes feeling and mild body tingle that can trigger goosebumps but also fades quick. Overall we preferred Blue Dream from Pure Sunfarms more but at the same time think Station House’s version was better then Aurora’s Blue Dream.