Blue Gelato 41 is a 60-40% indica cross between Blueberry and Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies. This batch tested at 17.88% THCa, 0.40% THC, 0.26% CBGa, and 18.54% total cannabinoids. Primary terpene included β-myrcene and then an almost even amounts of β-caryophyllene and limonene. The secondary terpenes included α-humulene, β-elemene, linalool, α-Terpineol, and α-Pinene.
The thumb-sized buds were lighter green and the pistils lighter orange than expected but buds had some darker leaves and were powdered in creamy trichomes. A spicy citrus and earthy hops sprung out of the container.
The flavor was more dynamic than the aroma. The inhaled started with the spicy citrus and earthy hop but also added subtle sweet and fruity flavors as well. On the exhale delivered a cinnamon and floral spice with creamy sweetness on the back end.6
With Gelato in the name, I expected a heavier and more tiresome head high, but Blue Gelato 41 surprised me with a clear-headed and energetic high that matched well with the “traditional” body buzz that Gelato strains offer. I first sampled this strain late at night but quickly realized that Blue Gelato 41 was more for daytime use.
The head high was cerebral at times, especially at the beginning, and even when a train of though was lost, it was lost to a euphoric side thought.
The body buzz was a bit of a creeper for me. At first, I didn’t think the strain had much pain relief because the body buzz came later than expected. Once the body buzz kicked in, each dose after that seemed to add on to the tranquil full-body high. Blue Gelato 41 also boosted my appetite after each smoke session.
Overall, Blue Gelato 41 served me best while working during the day or in the evening or doing meaningless tasks or cooking. The strain also was suited for binging television, listening to music, and gaming.
After finding the right time of day for dosing, I enjoyed this strain enough to be interesting in reviewing Ieso’s new releases. Stay tuned.
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