Ghost Train Haze is a sativa-dominant strain that was created when Ghost OG was crossed with Neville’s Wreck.
UP’s Ghost Train Haze has legendary genetics which are known for THC potency, so we were excited to see if this plant lived up to it’s reputation. Their team is known around the cannabis industry for taking extra care and attention during cultivation and post-harvest to ensure you get the healthy and fresh terpenes you expect from their products. Just like always, we reviewed it against these 4 criteria:
Smell – How does it smell?
Appearance – How does it look?
Flavour – How does it taste?
Experience – How does it smoke?
It will interesting to see how this compares to UP’s Ultra Sour which is another sativa from this brand.
The first thing I noticed after opening this bag of Ghost Train Haze from UP is the strong pepper smell with a hint of lemon that hit my nose. The distinct black pepper aroma is noticeably instantly and does not fade away quickly.
The buds themselves are medium in size and look fluffy. The sight of bright green buds covered in frosty white trichomes is always pleasing. The only compliant would be the extra leaf found on some of the buds, however that is a pretty minor issue with this batch.
Smoking this Ghost Train Haze leaves a distinct yet pleasing woody herbal taste with peppery undertone. We actually expected the flavour to be much stronger then it ended up being.
Our bag was labelled lot number (L) AAA-112965-D and packaged on November 11, 2020. Listed with 22.6% THC content and a price tag of $26.95 for 3.5 grams, we found Ghost Train Haze from UP Cannabis delivers a nice strong experience. The high was very strong, heavy but still somewhat energetic. Habitual users will enjoy this as much as new comers. Given the low price point we would recommend you check this one out and we definitely prefer this version over Aurora’s Ghost Train Haze.