Today’s wake and bake we’re gonna try some flower from a new place I haven’t tried before. For this review we are trying Bucket List 91 by Msiku.

Now this is pretty cool trying this flower from Msiku. They are from the east coast of Canada in Nova Scotia.

The word Msiku pronounced “m-see-goo” is the Mi’kmaq word for grass. The Mi’kmaq are First Nations people who can be found on the East coast of Canada in provinces like Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.

Bucket List 91 is a rare sativa-dominated hybrid from crossing Chem 91, Star Fighter and White 91 together. This is an award winning strain that comes from the well-known Swamp Boys.

Also flower is also known for its great taste and aroma which are gassy and earthy. This batch of Bucket List 91 is 30.8% THC and less than 1% CBD.

There is a total of 3.63% terpenes and the terpene profiles are Myrcene, Caryophyllene, Limonene and Farnesene. When you open the jar you can smell the flower inside.

The aroma from the flower is very pleasant and something you want to keep smelling. The buds were properly trimmed giving the flower a really great appearance.

Rolling this flower into a blunt was no issue as the buds broke up nice in a grinder. While smoking the Bucket List 91 it did have a great taste and burned for a while.

It wasn’t too harsh and gave an uplifting mellow high that was great. The high did last for a bit after smoking but was more of a head high with a bit of a relaxing body high.

My overall thought on the Bucket List 91 from Msiku is that they did a great job. This is for sure great day time weed that will keep you up and ready to do things.

The flower didn’t get me the highest I have ever been but this would be amazing weed for going on a walk in nature or trying to be creative and doing some art. I will for sure try more products from Msiku in the feature.

If you have the chance to try any of their products you can see what it does for you. Till the next review everyone stay safe, be positive and enjoy what you are smoking.

By T-Will