Beverly Road is an in-house hybrid cross between Black Kush (phenotype of BC Black) and Purple Linda (Tom Hill’s Haze and an unknown Purple family member). This seven grams of smalls tested at 19.380% THCa, 0.670% THC, 0.850% CBGa, and 20.9% total cannabinoids.
As soon as I opened the glass canister and caught a whiff, I recognized the leading terpene right away (terpinolene!) and could not wait to dig in. It’s not that terpinolene has a specific aroma, because the terpene delivers varied aromas and flavors and blends well other terpene to add more diverse flavors. I noticed early I enjoy the medical affects of strains with high levels of terpinolene.
The spade-shaped popcorn buds were bright green with darker shades of green and a little purple mixed in a few of the buds (from the Purple Linda parent). Long bright orange pistils lined across each dense well-trimmed buds.
And I was right. The terpene test led with five times the percentage of terpinolene than any other terpene. Ocimene and α-caryophyllene followed with matching percentages. The other primary terpenes included β-pinene, α-terpineol, β-myrcene, 3-carene, limonene, β-elemene, and α-pinene.
This combination of terpenes provided a eucalyptus-like sweet floral, pine, and citrus aroma mixed with notes of herbaceous hops, mint, and cinnamon. The flavor followed the aroma on the front end with honey floral, pine, and citrus but with added earthy kush and sweet pepper undertones on the exhale. Each toke, though, brought slight variations of the major and minor flavors.
The Haze parent dominated the head high. The euphoria and happy onset of the cerebral buzz hit with a head rush within seconds and continued from there. Early in the buzz, the strong cerebral effects delivered a functioning focus with measured doses. Heavier dozes, though, caused the focus to wander in creative and thoughtful ways. The cerebral effects, I thought, were more potent at 20% THC than the Ain’t One with 30% THCI’d reviewed.
About twenty minutes in, the body buzz crept in and became heavier the more I dosed. The effects eventually produced a relaxing pain relief for my muscles sourness and the neck pain I’d had while writing this review.
Each night after sampling the Beverly Road, I ate well. It delivered one of those “I didn’t know I was hungry until I started eating” appetites. Overall, Beverly Road made me really enjoy a hybrid, which I am rarely able to do. The uplifting focused cerebral buzz and strong body buzz combined for one of my most favorable hybrid buzzes.
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