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Gettin' High with DRAGONFLY


Our very own Chronisseur, Dragonfly De la L uz travels the world in search of the best cannabis


and evaluates strains ranging from the popular and plentiful to the rare and exotic. She samples each strain in joints, vaporizers, glass bongs, and bubblers (whenever available), taking careful notes of the smell, taste, and nuanced effects of each one. "Get High with Dragonfly" every month in West Coast Cannabis.


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o…Super Silver Haze backcrossed against it-


self. Need I say more?


When I was first introduced to Sour Flower more than a year ago, it made me giddy, giggly, and in love. Since I stumbled upon it again recently, it has quickly become one of my new favorite strains. “What are you laughing about?” I asked the super handsome boy I smoked with for this review. “I don’t even know,” he confessed. “It’s just that, whatever we were laughing about before was re- ally funny…Not that I remem- ber what that was.” And that, in a nutshell, is Sour Flower.


A pure sativa that is a double- dose of two-time Cannabis Cup winner Super Silver Haze, Sour Flower is the quintessen- tial experience that most people are looking for when they say, “Let’s get high.” Uncontrollable laughter, exuberant happiness, and the feeling of your cares melting away all are things you can expect from the Sour Flow- er experience.


Unlike its light and airy ante- cedent, Sour Flower produces dense, albeit small, sugar-coated nugs that look like they’ve been kissed by the morning dew and


SOUR FLOWER (sativa)


Uncontrollable laughter, exuberant happiness, and the feeling of your cares melting away all are things you can expect from the Sour Flower experience.


then dipped in white glitter. Its creator is an up-and-coming but already highly regarded breeder known as Joe Clone, who is also responsible for connoisseur strains like Cherry Haze, Dark, Blanana, and Dopium (a.k.a. Silver Hashplant).


The smell: Sour Flower has a scent all its own, but in a word, it’s the olfactory equivalent of the color pink, and quite remi- niscent of pink Laffy Taffy. This full-bodied connoisseur strain also features a tropical mélange of pineapple, coconut,


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and banana, with a peachy base. It’s the kind of smell that can transport you instantly to the Hawaiian Islands. No one scent dominates the other; it is a true equal-parts blend. Rounding out its fruity fragrance, a soft, floral aroma with a hint of


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