Today we are going to be trying a new strain from a new place I haven’t tried before. The flower that we are trying today is coming from Ogen.
The team at Ogen are bringing small batch craft cannabis. This all starts with calculated pheno hunting to bring you cannabis with unique flavours and experiences.
The strain that we will be trying from them today is their Peach Chauffeur #15 flower. I thought that this would be a really interesting strain to try and review when I saw it.
Peach Chauffeur #15 is a sativa-dominate hybrid strain. I couldn’t find for the lineage for this strain unfortunately. Ogen does state this is one of their highest phenotypes for terpenes for far that they have done.
This batch of is 31.2% THC, less than 1% CBD (0.06%) and 4.75% terpenes. The terpene profiles found in this flower are Caryophyllene, Farnesene, Limonene and Myrcene.
The packaging that the Quarter/7 grams of flower came in was a pain in the ass to open. I could see this being an issue for some people trying to open in.
Once you do get it opened you are greeted with a very pleasant aroma from the buds that is gassy and earthy with a hint of something sweet. The buds are dense and are light green with light orange hairs. The buds also have a nice twinkle from the trichomes.
The flower was easy to break up in a grinder and roll into a blunt. So however you like to consume your flower you won’t have a problem there. Now I’m ready to smoke and see what this strain is like. The blunt smoked for just over 30 mins.
While smoking I did notice that there was a white ask which is always good to see. The flavour from this flower was really nice and also interesting but in a good way.
There’s nothing worse than having a session and trying something new and the flavours are just off putting. Those are never a lot of fun for anyone.
I did find this did have a bit of a kick to it but didn’t make you cough your brains out. I could feel the high before the blunt was done. I did enjoy the high and didn’t find it too intense and could still function as sativa strains can make people feel anxious and paranoid.
So just be mindful with consuming if this applies to you. I did find that this strain gave me an appetite and where I wanted to be creative in some kind of way.
My overall view of the Peach Chauffeur #15 by Ogen is that they did a good job with this unique sativa strain. My only complaint is the packaging it comes in.
I think this would be a great day time weed as it does help with appetite and doesn’t get you so high to where you can function are too anxious to do anything.
For those who love sativa strains this is one that you have to try out and see what it can do for you and your cannabis needs. I think those with low or high tolerances would enjoy this strain but just may smoke more or less depending on what works for you.
For around $55 Canadian before tax for 7 grams this wasn’t too bad of deal as this was some pretty good sativa flower. Make sure to hit me up on IG @torontowill.mrc and let me know what you think of this strain or other strains you have tried from Ogen.
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