This year, Revolution entered two hybrid flower strains into the Illinois High Times Cannabis Cup. Wedding Sherb, a cross of Wedding Cake and Sunset Sherbert (bred by Seed Junky’s Genetics) was one of them.
This eighth of Wedding Sherb I picked up from Zen Leaf Highland Park was part of the second batch I’ve had the pleasure of sampling, approximately two-thirds the potency as the first, clocking in at 22.18% THCa, 0.4% THC, and 23.13% total cannabinoids.
The terpene content was presumably lesser as well, as the sharp, pungent aroma, juicy taste and euphoric buzz from my first impression of the strain were both slightly muted in this iteration. That said, even a somewhat abridged version made for a delectably chill and slaphappy hybrid.
Wedding Sherb’s prominent limonene/linalool combo provided an edgeless mood lift that cruised low enough to never crash. Wedding Sherb carried a tart blueberry flavor and sweet gas with toasty notes of kettle corn and burnt marshmallow. The sticky, well-cured buds nearly resembled grape Crunchberries with a sugary coating of resin heads lightening their wisteria hue, giving the flower dazzling bag appeal.
As the medium-bodied smoke left my lungs on my third exhale, so did all the tension from my body thanks to the anti-inflammatory tag team of beta-caryophyllene, alpha-humulene, and beta-pinene. The discomfort I had dealt with all day prior to medicating was like the drone of a thousand cicadas, hushed by Wedding Sherb’s swift onset.
I found myself neither munchied nor tired, yet not stimulated either. Instead, the passive high stuck me as rather apathetic, perfect for simply killing time and suppressing anxious thoughts but not particularly suitable with a stacked agenda ahead. Motivation and concentration were hidden behind a mental fog even after the smoke had cleared.
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