90’s OG Kush from Table Top is a classic strain with a very strong THC potential and notes of fuel, skunk and spice (dang).
Let the debate rage on as to where this indica strain originated, but it’s been a crowd pleaser since the 90’s so why not keep a good thing going? Flavour profile courtesy of the terpenes known as caryophyllene, myrcene and humulene. Just like always, we reviewed 90’s OG Kush against the 4 criteria:
- Smell – How does it smell?
- Appearance – How does it look?
- Flavour – How does it taste?
- Experience – How does it smoke?
How does this strain compare against competitors like Queen West’s OG Kush?
As we eagerly tore open the resealable bag from Table Top, the unmistakable scent of 90’s OG Kush wafted through the air, instantly capturing my attention. The aroma was potent, filling the room with a tantalizing blend of peppery notes that tingled my senses, complemented by a lingering, robust lemon fragrance that added a refreshing twist to the overall experience.
The buds range from small to medium in size, exhibiting a light-green hue that catches the eye. Although they may appear fluffy at first glance, they surprisingly possess a dense structure, ensuring a satisfying experience. While they might not receive accolades for their visual appeal, it’s safe to say that we have encountered more underwhelming specimens in the past.
For aficionados of craft brewers, indulging in this bud offers a distinctive and robust flavor profile that pleasantly tantalizes the taste buds. Upon inhaling, a potent and satisfying earthy hop taste envelops the palate, creating a sensory experience reminiscent of savoring a finely crafted beer.
Our bag had 19.4% THC content and didn’t disappoint! A high creates a strong thick mental fog leaves one euphoric while making the user appear ready for a nap. Bed-head not included. However on a side note for this brand, we liked Table Top’s Purple Punch more then this OG Kush strain.