As the summer continues and the world opens up, I’ve been enjoying the “grab and go” nature of prerolls more often. During a recent trip to Consume Marion I picked up a few strains I hadn’t had the chance to try, including Lemon Cake by Ozone.
According to the Mission dispensary menu, Lemon Cake is a sativa-dominate hybrid phenotype of Cheetah Piss. A trifecta of strains from Growing Passion and Cookies Fam, Cheetah Piss crosses Lemonnade, Gelato 42, and London Poundcake 97. Others have reported Lemon Cake as a cross between Lemon Skunk and Cheese. This preroll tested at 24.29% THCA and 26.483% total cannabinoids. Caryphyllene led the terpene profile.
The lemon scent reached me before I had even lit the preroll. The flavor blossomed quickly and opened with a doughy sweet tone and an undertone of bright citrus that almost seemed more like orange than lemon.
The smoke was bright tasting, and the joint burned evenly. As the preroll burned down, I also noticed light tones of musky hash and tangy aged cheddar that gave the flavor some weight.
Bright and wide open, my headspace cleared almost instantly. The body buzz was surprisingly heavy at first but continued to become euphoric and tingly at time passed. I became talkative and gregarious as my mood lifted. The sativa genetics dominated, and this preroll left me energetic and buzzed for several hours.
Overall, prerolls have been a risk for me in the past, but this one was a great picture of the strain.
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