Revolution Cannabis has consistently delivered on quality cannabis when I find them at my dispensary. The issue is that I rarely see them on the menu at my dispensary. I was picking up an online order at Consume Marion when I happened across the only Revolution product, an eighth of Cookie Crasher flower, and I picked it up.
Cookie Crasher is a hybrid cross of Wedding Crasher (Wedding Cake and Purple Punch) and Cookies and Cream (Starfighter F2 and mystery Cookies) created in house by Revolution. This batch of flower tested at 26.8% THCA and 28.31% total cannabinoid content. Limonene, beta-caryophyllene, alpha-pinene, alpha-humulene, and linalool were listed as the main terpenes.
These buds were very visually striking with a thick, fuzzy trichome frost that lightened the color profile to a light mint tone. Thick orange hairs were the only flair of color and even their hue was subdued by the thick frost of trichomes. I found the cure to be well balanced and the nugs provided a nice “stick” when pressed between fingers.
The limonene, alpha-pinene, and beta-caryophyllene provided the bulk of the aroma with bright lemon, pine, musky hash and cracked black pepper on the front. As the scent developed there were notes of cherry, honeysuckle and lavender provided by the synergy of the limonene and linalool. The inhale retained the sweet lemon, pine, and black pepper while the exhale provided a subtle sugar dough tone, a reminder of the Cookies and Cream genetic heritage.
The relaxing anti-anxiety and pain relief effects from the beta-caryophyllene are balanced well by the limonene. I delighted in the open, clearheaded cerebral effects at lower doses while higher doses stimulated my appetite and provided a tingly euphoric buzz. Even at high doses, the hybrid character holds, and I never felt sedated. Overall, Cookie Crashers balance will please consumers seeking relaxation without heavy-handed indica style sedation.
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