The creators, Thunder Spirit, describe it smelling like vanilla with a touch of earthy mint. It’s smooth to smoke and packs a strong punch, just like you’d guess from these two parent strains. We found out this specific flower comes from Dunesberry Farms, which is known for high THC percentages, dense green buds and thick layers of icy white trichomes.
The moment we broke open the Thunder Spirit bag, a wave of delicious sweet bread smell hit us. It was like walking into a bakery early in the morning, the air heavy with the aroma of freshly baked goods. The smell was so strong and delightful that it caught our attention, even before we had a chance to bring the bag closer to our noses.
Feeling curious and excited, we decided to take a closer, more direct sniff. That’s when we uncovered another treasure – a gentle whiff of lemon zest. This was not your usual sharp lemon scent, but a subtle, softer hint that hung delicately in the air. It was the perfect match to the sweet bread smell, adding a bright note that balanced the sweetness beautifully.
We found ourselves taking in deeper breaths, each one building up our anticipation and excitement. It was like being on a fun journey of smells, and we couldn’t help but wonder what other delightful aromas BC Spirit might surprise us with next.
The flower came in a small, white, easy-to-use resealable plastic bag, which is quite common in the industry. But, we noticed that there wasn’t any humidity shield inside which made us worry a bit about the moisture level of the product.
On the front label, we saw basic info like the brand name, product name, and how much THC and CBD it has. This gave us a quick snapshot of what the strain was all about. When we turned the package over, there was a handy diagram showing how to open the bag, and instructions for storing it properly. We also saw important info like how much it weighed, when it was packaged, its lot number, and how to get in touch with the company. Something that really stood out was a chart showing the terpene percentages.
The buds themselves were were mostly small in size and quite dry. The colours were a yellow-green combination, with a few brown hairs here and there adding a bit of contrast. The buds were nicely trimmed, but the layer of trichomes was thin and hard to see without really looking closely. Even though the buds didn’t look super impressive, we were still hopeful they would deliver a strong buzz.
As we took in our first draw, we could taste the clear flavor of lemon loaf, reminding us more of hearty bread. It was like enjoying a fresh, warm slice of lemon bread, with just a bit of tanginess and a nice sweet taste.
But, when we breathed out, that’s when we noticed a really light peppery taste mixed in with the lemon. The mix of lemon loaf and a touch of pepper made us think of a lemon poppyseed loaf. Thinking about this tasty treat really captures the unique flavors we tasted with BC Spirit.
Our BC Spirit came from lot number TS11LAKC23024 and was packaged on January 24, 2023. With the THC content marked at 26.84% and a price tag of $32.50, it was pretty much the same as other similar brands in terms of cost.
Even though the buds were quite dry, likely because there was no humidity shield in the bag, the flavor profile was still quite tasty. The high we felt helped clear our minds and made us a bit more focused. There wasn’t much of a body feeling, but if you paid close attention, you could notice a light, relaxing tingle all over. This kind of experience is ideal for the daytime because it lets us work feeling relaxed and more focused.
Marrying pleasant flavors with a well-rounded high, BC Spirit proved to be a solid pick for productivity-focused moments. This held true despite the less-than-impressive smell and appearance, showing that BC Spirit has a knack for delivering where it truly matters.