I don’t often use disposable vapes or cartridges, but when I do it’s almost always for discreetness and convenience purposes. When I noticed last year that Curaleaf launched its Select Fresh brand and new rechargeable Go battery, I was interested in reviewing it. So while at Curaleaf Mokena, I picked up the .3g Fresh Clementine Go Vape Cart.
Clementine is a sativa-dominant cross of two of my favorite strains, Tangie and Lemon Skunk. This Fresh Clementine Go Vape Cart tested at 78.46% THC, 0.69% CBD, and 84.29% total cannabinoids.
The cart came with its own Go battery, which Curaleaf labels as “an innovation designed to combat disposable battery waste while maintaining the sleek, slim nature of a disposable.” According to Curaleaf, “Select Fresh was created to feature bold fruit flavors in order to appeal to consumers averse to the unflavored experience of vaped cannabis.”
The Fresh Clementine Go Vape Cart has a sleek black look and is shorter and thinner than Curaleaf Select carts. The connected battery and Fresh Cart fit easier in smaller pockets and pouches. I carried my around while traveling and visiting family and found it extremely discreet and convenient.
The flavor was what exactly Curaleaf promised: fruity. From the first pull to the last, the Fresh Clementine Go Vape Cart hit with a mix of sweet orange, lemon, and grapefruit and notes of skunk. The aroma of the exhale was loaded with orange and undetectable for any cannabis smell.
The effects started with an energizing cerebral buzz that stayed uplifting and euphoric even after the body buzz kicked in. As the cerebral buzz tapered off, I was able to hit a few more rips to set me back where I needed to be.
Overall, fruit flavors are my preference for concentrates and cartridges, and the Fresh Clementine Go Vape Cart delivered a strong fruit flavor, which makes me more interested in some of the other many fruity Fresh Go Vape Cart strains, including Watermelon, Purple Punch, Forbidden Fruit, Grape Ape, Berry Gelato, Blueberry Cookies, Pineapple Express, Sherbet, Strawberry Cough, Clementine, Lemon Cake, and Super Lemon Haze.
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