Dispensary: Warp Guide Thailand
I had previously smoked Cherry Cosmo with Fat Buds Ricky at the beginning of this year and was very curious to see how Warp Guide Thailand would approach the bud. This bud tasted and had almost the same effects of the bud I had tried earlier. A rare phenomenon here. Indeed, usually I find that the same strains from different growers rarely have any resemblance of the other. Warp’s buds were small and plump, pretty, green with orange hairs, cured and dried to my preference, and they burnt a pale grey approaching white. The bud smells of cherries with hints of herbs and mint. The flavor is smooth, delicious, strong in cherry with a menthol finish.
The high is lazy. It is not debilitating or sleepy, but it knocks all motivation out of the toker. I happily plopped on my couch, relieved that everything was finished for the day, forgetting about any responsibilities I may have in life. I would not call the high stoned—but this high is more intense than just a high. There is a happy useless intensity to the high which allows the user to be an observer of Earth without being a participant. It is an enjoyable and unproductive experience.
Cherry Cosmo is appropriate for both novices and experienced users. Appropriate as an evening or nighttime bud—a good stepping stone for novice users in their cannabis education—a fine way for experienced users to enter a cocoon.