The buds are large in size with some broader leaves left on. Structure-wise, it is completely packed tight; totally "stacked". There are very tiny little calyx formations which make up this "brick house". Even so, these pieces are still easy to break up without a grinder. The cure seems perfect. Not many hairs, although they are seen here and there around these little rocks you see to the right...
Very sour and more on the Kushy/Indica side than most Sour Diesels (which often seem dominated by the Diesel and are characteristically fuel, chemical and grapefruit scented.) Still, there a lot of chemical/metallic flav in there too. I often describe this as the taste you get when you lick a warm spoon with a bit of dishwashing soap left on. I also detected a bit of floral freshness and a wee bit of citrus flowed through.
Right off the bat, I tasted more Diesel when I lit it up. Usually the taste follows the scent. It's certainly floral and a little chemical, with a metallic aftertaste. Oh man, you should see the resin build up at the end of my joint….Nuts! It almost gets too resinous to burn down any further and you need to take what's left and throw it in a bong.
FX are very visual and what I call "back of the eye high", where there's a sensation of floating eyeballs. Yeah, it is definitely trippy. Time also flies on this one. You get stuck in a zone before you know it. This is the perfect gear to smoke to watch paint dry. :o It is like you took a ride somewhere and were too busy looking out the windows to remember how long it took to get to your destination! Wicked.
I found this Sour Diesel was a very nice way to spend some time….(well, a lot of time if you smoke a fatty!) It has once more proven that Hunters has one of the best value-for-money menus in town right now!want to review? create an account