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Leafly Buzz: 12 prime weed strains of February 2021 | Leafly


Judging by People’ alternative in hashish—we’re all a bit wired, working low on sleep, and in want of one thing that makes you neglect. Perhaps it’s pandemic fatigue, or the twilight of the American experiment, or simply the winter.

Both manner, the weed store receipts converse for themselves: This month, connoisseurs are smoking high-THC, mind-bending, unique new flavors like Animal Face, Krypto Persistent, and Medellin; and we received the main points for you.

Independently reported with out concern or favor, Leafly Buzz highlights the highest of the crop west of the Rockies. Pull up!

Knowledge grinder

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Animal Face

Animal Face grown by Flora Terra via TGC SF (David Downs/Leafly)
Animal Face grown by Flora Terra through TGC SF (David Downs/Leafly)

When people requested us, “What’s a very good pressure to pair with watching an revolt?”—we turned to Animal Face. It’s a sedative indica hybrid that meets the second with ferocious THC ranges and biting aromatics.

Unique pressure designers Seed Junky Genetics made Animal Face out of Face-Off OG and Animal Mints. Good name! Face-Off OG powers Do-Si-Dos. Animal Mints helped make Wedding Cake.

With Animal Face, you’re within the heart of the circus—so don’t get bit! Up 42% within the Leafly pressure database.

On the decline this month: Tiger’s Milk. Sorry, Tiger King followers. This pressure fell 26%.

Right here’s the total information grinder:

● Animal Face ⬆️ +42%

Dolato ⬆️ +7%

● Tiger’s Milk ⬇️-23%

Zookies ⬆️ +8%

Kush Mints ⬆️ +23%

Dosilato (David Downs/Leafly)
Dosilato (David Downs/Leafly)

New within the Leafly pressure database

Seekers can’t purchase a spot within the Leafly database—solely earn it via high quality, notoriety, search and sale curiosity, and pedigree. These 4 entrants ship the flavors and results connoisseurs crave.

Lemon Cane

Archive Seeds Lemon Cane (David Downs/Leafly)
Archive Seeds’ Lemon Cane (David Downs/Leafly)

As fancy as actor Michael Caine, Lemon Cane delivers thick waves of lemon syrup and fuel, and an electrical, potent stone.

Its identify riffs on Slurricane, which crossed Do-Si-Dos to Purple Punch.

For Lemon Cane, Archive Seeds of Portland crossed Do-Si-Dos to Lemon Peel. Increase—Lemon Cane, a mind-numbing top-shelf sativa hybrid offered through Related Hashish Co. in California.

Menthol MAC

Menthol MAC grown by Flora Terra via TGCSF (david downs/leafly)
Menthol MAC grown by Flora Terra through TGCSF (david downs/leafly)

Minty, hashy, cookie goodness awaits buyers who discover Menthol MAC, a brand new cross of MAC1—one of many main strains of the day. MAC weds Alien Cookies to a sativa Miracle.

Sonoma County, CA, model Flora Terra provides a few of The Menthol pressure in there—a sensible transfer, as minty strains are so cool proper now.


Humboldt Seed Co Squirt grown by d2 Farms (David Downs:Leafly)
Humboldt Seed Co.’s Squirt grows nicely at house. (David Downs:Leafly)

Identical to the tender drink—Squirt delivers a brisk, citrus blast and medium-strength effervescent results nice for the daytime and a date evening. Humboldt Seed Co.’s cross of Tangie and Blueberry Muffin began in 2019. At the moment, big crops of out of doors Squirt hit shops. Ensure that to develop a few of your individual this 12 months, too.

Flo White

Flo White from Amplified Farms 26.8% THC (David Downs/Leafly)
Flo White from Amplified Farms 26.8% THC (David Downs/Leafly)

Two traditional strains—DJ Quick’s Flo and mysterious The White—mix on this ascendant pressure. It’s huge, dense, and simple to develop, with an interesting and delicate aroma and results.

Pressure highlights of February

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New on dispensary cabinets—Nump’s Garlic Noodles from Lyfted, CA

Nump's Garlic Noodles (David Downs/Leafly)
Nump’s Garlic Noodles is “100% GMO.” (David Downs/Leafly)

Biting, savory, and hella robust—Nump’s Garlic Noodles has that slap-yo-nostrils stank relished by aficionados.

This ain’t Goop weed for Gwyneth Paltrow. It’s like an ocelot received up within the bag and, ahem, marked its territory.

Nump’s Garlic Noodles comes from rugged, rural, Modesto, CA, indoor flower model Lyfted. And Lyfted is aware of the best way to get one of the best out of pressure GMO Cookies.

Garlic Noodles states proudly, proper on the bag: “100% GMO”; as in garlic, mushroom, and onion-flavored, umami goodness. GMO retains dominating due to its mother and father—the biting, elemental Chemdog and delicious powerhouse Cookies.

Miss Cat Piss? Want one thing robust to nail you to the sofa? Fireplace up a bowl of Nump’s Garlic Noodles.

Rocketing up the charts—Cereal Milk from Cannabiotix, CA

Cereal Milk (Courtesy Cannabiotix)
Cereal Milk. (Courtesy Cannabiotix)

Upscale hashish flower model Cannabiotix has an enormous lineup of highly effective strains—however their Cereal Milk continues to fill an increasing number of bowls. Bred by Restricted Timber Genetics, it’s a cross of Strawberry Lemonade and Thicc Mint Cookies—leading to a sativa hybrid that manages to style just like the milk on the backside of a cereal bowl of Captain Crunch Berries. (This indica hybrid hits totally different than Cookies model’s Cereal Milk, which shares the identical identify.)


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Ballin’ out—Krypto Chronic by Alien Labs, California

Alien Labs Krypto Chronic (David Downs/Leafly)
Alien Labs’ Krypto Persistent will delete your worries. (David Downs/Leafly)

Ball out this month with Krypto Persistent—a mind-warping, intense mixture of Fruity Pebbles OG x Alien Cookies crossed to Jet Fuel Gelato. This enigmatic pressure from unique model Alien Labs of California takes the citrus explosion of Fruity Pebbles OG and sprinkles within the density and dankness of Cookies, all with slightly rowdy fuel of Jet Gasoline Gelato.

Put together for fancy, top-shelf, hide-it-from-your-housemate weed that also one way or the other vanishes earlier than it.

Ballin’ on a price range—Medellin sungrown from Lemonnade, CA

Lemonnade Medellin (David Downs/Leafly)3
Lemonnade’s outside Medellin appears to be like higher than some indoor. (David Downs/Leafly)

Lemony with centered results, Lemonnade’s Medellin stands out as a favourite outside flower buy of the late ‘20-early ’21 sun-grown gross sales season. Out of doors-grown herb can run cheaper than indoor weed, and people financial savings can get handed onto the customer.

We scooped up inexpensive luggage of this pungent, citrus sativa hybrid that seemed pretty much as good—and tasted higher than—loads of indoor. Preserve your eye out for wonderful outside bargains this February—these provides are transferring rapidly.

Excessive Observe: The Pure Hashish Co.’s 2020 Better of the Harvest collector’s field

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2020 Best of Harvest collectors box - Forbidden Fruit(David Downs/Leafly)
Forbidden Fruit from the 2020 Better of Harvest collector’s field at Organicann. (David Downs/Leafly)

Pandemic boredom received you down? Gentle the candle of curiosity with this hashish collector’s field.

Northern California dispensary chain The Pure Hashish Co. (Oakland Organics, Organicann, and so on.) assembles an enormous field of hand-selected strains from its greatest 2020 outside growers. The end result?

Certainly one of legalization’s coolest merchandise: 28 labeled, 1-gram jars of various sun-grown flower collected in a velvet-lined case. The heavy, wood, lockable field comes adorned with award-winning artwork from the worldwide Excessive Artwork contest.

Standouts embrace: King’s Stash from Redwood Cures; LA Kush Cake from Palms within the Earth; and Booneville Bio from Boonville Farm.

(David Downs/Leafly)

Authorized weed’s most numerous array of hashish ever packaged in a single field? In all probability.

The Pure Hashish Co. made simply 300 of those numbered collector’s gadgets. Launched mid-December, there’s about 50 items left. ($420 out the door, tax included.)

Buzz back

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David Downs directs information and way of life protection because the California Bureau Chief for Leafly.com. He is written for WIRED, Rolling Stone and Billboard, and is the previous hashish editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, in addition to the creator of a number of hashish books together with ‘Marijuana Harvest’ by Ed Rosenthal and David Downs. He co-hosts The Hash podcast. TW: @davidrdowns | IG @daviddowns

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