Bedford Grow has been continuously cultivating new strains, and when it recently launched a few new cultivars to its wide library, I picked up from Maribis of Springfield a couple samples, including this White Cherry Wedding Cake.
White Cherry Wedding Cake is an indica-leaning hybrid backcross of White Cherry Wedding Cake and White Cherry Wedding Cake ((Wedding Cake and Deep Chunk) and White Cherry Truffle). This batch of flower tested at 21.38% THCa, 0.86% Delta-9-THC, 0.33% CBGa, and 22.57% total cannabinoids. Terpenes were 1.51% of the total weight with β-myrcene, β-pinene, β-caryophyllene, limonene, and α-humulene as the most prevalent.
Presenting as a few large cola tips, alongside a couple less than popcorn-sized flowers making up the weight difference, White Cherry Wedding Cake treated me to some of the largest flowers I’ve gotten out of an Illinois dispensary eighth in quite some time. Bright turf green with orange hairs so thin they seemed to blend into the flower, these nugs had a very light amber trichome frost.
The aroma waiting inside the jar was delicate and floral on the top providing notes of rose, honeysuckle, and cherry blossom, before giving way to the sharper blend of diesel, cedar, dark chocolate, and earth that made up the back end. The flavor carried the cedar, diesel, and earth as the primary notes.
White Cherry Wedding Cake was highly introspective and exactly the type of strain the word “stoned” was made for. After taking quite a while to creep up on me, White Cherry Wedding Cake dulled my headspace and slowed my train of thought.
Physically, I felt light with a slight tingle in my arms and legs, but the typical body heaviness that a real stoning strain usually provides was nowhere to be found creating an interesting and frankly strange overall experience. For more Illinois News Joint reviews, visit here.
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