One of the hallmarks of cannabis market maturity is that consumers have access to many more portion sizes than the basic eighth of flower or gram of concentrate. Illinois, on this measure, obviously has not reached market maturity. That’s why I still get excited to see basic “honey buckets’ or eighths of concentrates available like this Progressive Treatment Solutions The Great Ha’Tuh Live Resin picked up from Consume Chicago.
The Great Ha’tuh is a balanced hybrid cross of Cannatonic and Sour Tsunami with Aspen OG and High Country Diesel. This batch of live sauce tested at 78.37% THCa, 2.13% D9-THC, 2.42% CBGa, and 83.45% total cannabinoids. The most prevalent terpenes were limonene at 3.44%, b-myrcene at 2.4%, and b-caryophyllene at 1.39% with total terpenes measuring at 11.46%.
This honey bucket came as a large mound of fine amber crystals swimming in a healthy pool of amber terpene sauce that extended out past the mound of sugar. The “extra” sauce let me vary the sauciness from dab to dab so I could get more flavor out when I wanted to.
The out-of-the-jar aroma led with orange peel, lemon, and hot diesel accompanied by notes of cucumber, lavender, cardamom, and soap. The diesel and orange peel really dominated the flavor profile but a bit of exploration at low temps yielded some of the more delicate flavors like cardamom and lavender.
The body profile came on early and in the opposite direction of most of the “body buzzes” I get from cannabis, starting in my extremities and worked inward, towards my core. The mental effects opened as a calming and open headspace but spiraled into a stronger haze at higher doses.
The Great Ha’Tuh is a good jack-of-all-trades strain that I could fit anywhere in my day. For more Illinois News Joint reviews, click here.
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