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This review among others can also be found at BigWhiteAsh.com

I liked the flavor of the prickly pear a lot, the nugs were also very fresh for sure. However, this batch wasn’t so great on trimming. I definitely picked off a good bit of fan/sugar leaves which left these nugs cold and bare. The effects for me were also very mellow. I easily could have ran through the whole bag in one sitting. I did feel relaxed, productive, and maybe even a bit stimulated rather than sedated. Overall I would probably try a new TPC strain rather than retrying this, although I may reconsider giving it a personal redux in the future.

When I opened this bag I immediately got excited at the aroma breaking free from the mylar. It had a sweet and sour fruity aroma, followed by a earthy tea like scent. As I would exhale, the smell would reveal the gelato in this cross giving the sharpie scent like sting to the nose. The flavor while smoking was very pleasant. Earthy with a bright tangerine citrus like element to it, as well as the sort of creamy gas gelato signature.

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Turtle pie seeds

TASTE / FEEL

The harassment ML speaks of is a purported assault on a Mission mural painter, Laura Campos by members of the TurtlePie company. Campos was confronted by two men affiliated with TurtlePie Co. as she attempted to remove a TurtlePie Co. logo the two men erected over her longtime mural, titled Alien Love, the previous day. What ensued was a litany of verbal abuse and threats of physical violence.

Nevertheless, the Turtle Pie Co. logo emblazoned on Campos’ mural — and the ensuing purported harassment — has left Campos traumatized. “I was really afraid for my life,” she said. “I thought he was going to hurt me.”

TURTLE PIE STRAIN REVIEW

Turtle Pie is a very clean smoke – white ashes, no headaches, no tunnel vision and doesn’t result in the munchies.

Turtle Pie’s buds are dense and sticky which gives the smoker a hard time grinding it if they have weak wrists like me. A relatively small nug can make almost two 1 1/4 th sized cone joints – filter included.

The high creeps up and leads the smoker to feel quite euphoric, relaxed, and calm as it peaks. One odd attribute from this strain is that it lasts for hours and it makes the user forget that they’re high.

The truth was, I never knew how to rate weed until I started this project and couldn’t find the words to describe what I was tasting. So, I wanted to start with Turtle Pie – marking this as the apex of my version of strain hunting around the Bay Area.

Smoked – the woodiness comes through but leaves a milky residue – almost like creamy milk candy. It’s not bitter and is not complemented with a dense film of resin behind the throat.