Citrus Sap. Sounds like a delicious summer drink, refreshing and reminiscent of oranges and lemons. But does the bud live up to what the imagination creates? Citrus Sap is a sativa-dominant hybrid developed in collaboration between Crockett Family Farms, the makers of Clementine, and the renowned DNA Genetics, which has given us tasty strains like Lemon Skunk and Chocolope. Citrus Sap is a cross between the potent indica Gorilla Glue #4 and the delicious sativa Tangie, making a beautiful 70/30 sativa-hybrid split. It’s THC level has been estimated to be between 17% and 24%.
ABOUT CITRUS SAP
Despite its sativa-dominant ancestry, this bud provides consumers with a one-of-a-kind experience, providing both full-body relaxation and brain stimulation, making it suitable for a variety of medical conditions. Citrus Sap provides a subtle, creeping high that may take several minutes to kick in after smokers have relished it’s distinct, rich flavour. Indeed, the effects of the plant can be quite social, promoting giddiness and a sense of togetherness. Although Citrus Sap stimulates the mind, any cognitive activity takes the shape of wandering and convoluted daydreaming rather than a concentrated, analytical thinking; smokers should not expect to do a mountain of work after smoking this fragrant strain. Citrus Sap is best smoked in the evening or late at night due to it’s largely drowsy vibes.
Citrus Sap, like it’s parent strain Tangie, has a strong citrus aroma reminiscent of oranges and tangerines. This pungent scent is masked by a sweetness that borders on sour, with a somewhat rank edge. Close investigation reveals that these buds also have a piney odour. Conversely, crushing or splitting apart the blossoms produces slightly skunky smells. By the way, the smoke is incredibly heavy and will almost certainly produce a coughing fit. Great for getting high, but not so great if you have a bad chest or other underlying issues, so keep that in mind.