Almost a decade has passed since I first encountered moonrocks at a dispensary in Colorado. While I’ll admit to the novelty, I still find something incredibly charming about its over-the-top nature. Kaviar has recently dropped a new line of moonrocks in Illinois, so I headed to Star Buds Burbank and picked up a Blue Unicorn Poop sample to review.
Blue Unicorn Poop is an indica-leaning hybrid cross of Blue Sherbet and Unicorn Poop. These moonrocks are a blend of flower, kief, and oil that tested at 11.448% THCa, 48.847% THC, and 62.307% total cannabinoids.
This 1-gram moonrock came as a singular sphere carrying a deep black surface tone speckled with tiny pieces of amber kief. A cross section of the moonrock revealed a turf-green center soaked in deep-amber oil all the way to the core. The dry outer surface and moist core made the tiny sphere surprisingly easy to handle and pinch off a small portion to smoke. The heavy oil content made for a product that burned best with slower, smoother heat application. Best results were had when the moonrock bubbled in the bowl, like old-school hash.
The aroma of the moonrock in the jar was very light with the oil shell sealing in most of the scent. Broken open, notes of strong earth, bitter cacao, roasted tobacco, and rich cedar created an overall savory tone. The flavor carried the earth and cedar tones clearly, and as the moonrock really started to burn, a strong fresh pine flavor came out on the finish.
The effects came on before I had finished the bowl with a heavy physical indica blanket of pressure paired with a closed in awareness and a mind wiped clean of thought. The physical pressure helped to treat some chronic back pain but left me wanting to melt into my couch. My entire motivational framework fell away at the peak with “couchlocked” defining both my mental and physical state. This heavy indica buzz lasted for the better part of an hour and left a calm clearheaded relaxation in its wake.
Kaviar has delivered on traditional moonrocks, bringing a heavy-hitting option that has been missing on the Illinois market, and I can’t wait to try the rest of the line. For more Illinois News Joint reviews, visit here.
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