There are times where my schedule stacks up, and I just can’t get into the dispensary. Then there are times that a once in a century bomb cyclone blizzard comes through and shuts the state down for a few days, blowing my entire pickup schedule out of whack. It took me a couple weeks after the snowstorm, but I finally got a chance to grab and sample Ozone’s limited edition Eggnog distillate disposable vape from Ascend Horizon Drive.
This Eggnog flavored distillate tested at 81.02% THCa and 85.61% total cannabinoids. It came in both 0.5 gram and 0.3 gram disposable options. Both options were new disposable form factors featuring sturdy exteriors, large tank windows for tracking your amount of remaining oil, and charging ports, a USB-A on the 0.3 gram and USB-C on the 0.5 gram.
The flavor of this terpene added blend was lighter and (as somebody that’s not a huge eggnog fan) much more pleasant than I anticipated. There is a note of sweet dough on the front, similar to sugar cookies followed by creamy vanilla, clove, and toasty buttery malt. The combination of all these sweet doughy tones was a vape that tasted much more like cereal milk than classic eggnog.
Similar to most distillate vapes, I found the effect profile from this blend to be a real “Jack of all trades, master of none.” Low doses worked well to quell the unforeseen anxiety attack, which is where I usually find the best use for the convenience of vape pens.
High doses left me tired, ready for some couch surfing (and usually ending my night there). There was a notable physical heaviness to this eggnog vape and I had to limit my dosing with it anytime I needed to stay active. For more Illinois News Joint reviews, visit here.
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