As mentioned this strain was created by crossing Blue Dream and Snow Lotus. When you check the lineage of Blue Dream you’ll discover it include Blueberry Indica and Sativa Haze. However based on the description of the flower it would seem Sky Pilot leans more towards the indica side as noted with it’s larger and denser bud structure. How does this cultivar measure up against Tantalus Labs Slurri Crasher or their Pacific OG strain?
Check our review, rating and photos below.
After our first positive review of Tantalus Labs LA Kush Cake, we were excited to try Sky Pilot. The product arrived in a standard white plastic container with security lid. Opening the top released a very strong skunky sweet yet woody pine smell, the aroma was very nice and we were not disappointed.
Exquisitely trichome saturated! The buds are very frosty. Well groomed, excellent sized with light orange red hairs hidden amongst the bright green and dark leave tips. Our only compliant would be the dryness, it seemed a bit flaky.
Tantalus Labs delivered a strong flavour with their LA Kush Cake strain and this one is no different. A tasty sweet wood tone with a pinch of pine at the end makes for a very enjoyable flavour though at first hard to identify.
Listed with 18.9% THC content, we thought this one delivered a very strong high that hits the body physically, the feeling of wearing a sleep mask over your eyes comes to mind, while also producing a relaxing vibe. Although the price of this product is not cheap it certainly is not expensive either so we would recommend giving it a try.