For the wake and bake we will be trying some flower I have never tried before. Today we are trying Dirty Banana which was grown indoors by EastCann.

This company is from the east coast of Canada in Nova Scotia. The strain Dirty Banana is an indica-dominate hybrid from crossing Banana OG and Kush Mints 11.

This strain THC level can be from 25-35.5% THC and less than 1% CBD. The terpene profiles for this strain are Beta-Caryophyllene, Beta-Pinene, Limonene, Linalool and Myrcene.

The packaging for this was pretty cool as the second lid was like one you would see from a can. Even though other companies have done this I thought it was pretty cool as this was my first time getting one like this.

After opening the final lid you are greeted with a very pleasant smell from the HQ (3.5 grams) of flower. I really enjoyed the aroma of the few buds that were in the container.

The buds also looked very nice, were trimmed nicely and covered in trichomes. So far the Dirty Banana flower is looking pretty good from the looks and smell of it. But how will this actually be once it’s rolled and smoked?

I rolled about half of the HQ into a blunt. The Dirty Banana broke up very nice in a grinder and was perfect to roll with. It wasn’t a huge blunt, but good enough to get the job done and see how this flower really is when smoked.

The flower smoked very well in a blunt for over 20 mins with no canoeing (burning uneven on one side) or the need to relight it several times. The taste of this strain was nice while smoking it. The high after the blunt was pretty mild where you could still function without any issues.

My overall view of this strain is that it was alright and it would be a good day time weed or for people with a lower tolerance. The batch I got was only 25% sadly so I would like to try this again, but with a much higher THC level.

I would say that this was pretty mid-grade cannabis since it was only 25%. Hopefully I can review this again with a better batch from EastCann.

This company also has some other interesting strains they grow. So just because I didn’t enjoy this batch doesn’t mean I won’t enjoy the stronger batches or different strains they grow.

Until the next review enjoy your sessions and be safe! By Toronto Will