33 Splitter from True Fire is an indica-dominant strain that was created by crossing Gelato 33 with Atom Splitter.
True Fire describes this one as being potent with over 28% THC and mixed with a delicious flavour profile making it a fan favourite among high tolerance users. This was the first time we’ve seen this specific strain and apparently from what we can see it’s not available from any other LP.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived from True Fire Cannabis Co. in a small black plastic bag with resealable zipper opening. The bag appeared to be nitrogen-sealed as it was slightly inflated when we opened it. After the seal was cracked we noted the aroma to be a strong yet not over-powering sweet herbal smell. Nothing amazing or unique, but still quite pleasant.
Since the bag was nitrogen-sealed we certainly did not expect what came next but True Fire went above and beyond to keep the fruits of their labour fresh by including a humidity shield as well. As a result the flower was in excellent condition. In terms of appearance, there was a lot of small well trimmed buds that were vibrant green, very dense, spongy, and covered in a very thick trichome layer.
The flavour profile was nearly identical to the smell however less obvious (if that makes sense). We still felt inundated by the herbal aspect but the sweet taste is mostly present during inhale and exhale. In addition, we noticed a slight fire at the end of the exhale by what feels like a mild compounding undertone of black pepper and pine – however this was only noticed after having quite a few puffs.
Listed with 28.7% THC content and a price tag of $34.95 for 3.5 grams, we found 33 Splitter from True Fire delivered pretty much what we expected. The experience felt like a very mild mental block coupled with a stronger but still relaxing body high and of course the munchies… BIG time. But given the big THC numbers we expected a little bit more of a sedating punch (same impression about Jenn’s OG Crazy Rntz). However even with that small complaint we still enjoyed True Fire’s 33 Splitter overall and think you will too.