Earlier in the year when Bedford Grow announced a new Pink Lemonade strain “coming soon” to its catalogue, I was interested. I was even more interested when I finally found it in live sauce form at Springfield Maribis a couple weeks ago.
Bedford Grow’s Pink Lemonade, which has a different lineage than other Pink Lemonade strains, is a hybrid Purple Linda Pheno. Bedford Grow’s Purple Linda is a cross of Tom Hill’s Haze and an unknown purple indica (thought to be a Purple Urkle clone).
This live sauce tested at 83.5% THCa, 3.62% THC, 1.61% CBGa, 0.28% CBC for a total of 89.01%. The Pink Lemonade totaled 5.6% terpenes, including the primary terpenes terpinolene, limonene, ocimene, α-pinene, and β-myrcene.
This gram of easy-to-handle chunks of golden diamonds clumped together without much sauce. The diamonds gave off a heavy mixture of lemon and haze with back notes of chemmy gas, turpentine, and Sweet Tarts.
The flavor also led with the lemon and haze but added notes of sugary grape and strawberry, earthy diesel, and floral chem.
The effects were potent with a hard-hitting onset. The head high was stimulating at first, but as the high peaked, I got lost in the hazy thought wonder while staring off into space. The headspace teetered from thinking I wanted to do something but then deciding not to.
The body buzz had a slower onset than the head high, but once settled, the body buzz added to the “deciding not to” part of the buzz and relaxed me with muscle-cramp relief for the rest of the night. Though a hybrid, I used the Pink Lemonade Live Sauce during late evening and at night after work when I wanted to relax and unwind while watching something I didn’t have to think about.
Overall, Bedford Grows version of Pink Lemonade delivered more flavors than just a heavy dose of sweet lemonade most are searching for in Pink Lemonade strains and carried a heavier and longer-lasting buzz.
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