Twd’s Sativa is a sativa-dominant flower with undisclosed genetics and very strong THC potency.
Even though the strain is a mystery, they describe it as having dense, bright green buds that are very frosty. Given the fact this product is currently under a hundred bucks for 28 grams we figured now was a good time to dive in and test.
It will be interesting to see how this stacks up to other general products like Good Supply’s Sativa or Simple Stash’s Sativa.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The flower arrived in medium sized white plastic bag with resealable zipper opening. We did expect much tearing into the package so were pleasantly surprised by the rather strong aroma of sweet citrus with a mild earthy undertone. The smell was much better then anticipated especially when you factor in the budget price.
We dumped out the contents and once again were pleasantly surprised with what we saw. No humidity shield was included so the buds were dry however they were also dense, well trimmed, small to medium in size and frosty. The leaves were a light green with bright orange hairs and a moderately thick layer of trichomes. Visually this one looked better then Twd’s Garlic Jelly.
We rolled up a nice joint and were impressed with results. On inhale we detected that same sweet earthy citrus although not as strong as the aroma but definitely a better flavour profile then Twd’s Himalayan Kush. Even though the flower was quite dry the smoke itself was not harsh.
Our bag was part of lot number 2200012021 and packaged on March 28, 2022. Listed with 22.4% THC content and a price tag of $99.95 for 28 grams, we found Twd’s Sativa delivered a solid sativa high that was felt both uplifting and mildly euphoric. This was better then expected so it’s a shame they don’t share more information about the strain. This flower was better quality then it’s counterpart Twd.28 Indica. Long story short, depending on your tolerance this could be a good daytime sativa and given the cost it’s worth checking out.