Sasquatch Sap by 3C Farms Strain Review
I am somewhat of an Alpine Sasquatch expert. I have spent many nights hunting Sasquatch all over the Pacific Northwest and especially Portland. While in Portland, I recommend Devils Point especially on 80s night.
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Now while I might not have found a Bigfoot during those many nights on the prowl in Portland, I did happen to find some Sasquatch Sap by 3C Farms when i made it back to Los Angeles.
3C Farms is a boutique grower based on out of Southern California. They have a dispensary in downtown LA and another in Canoga Park. 3C Farms has many award winning strains. This is the first time I am reviewing and trying their flowers.
The Sasquatch Sap by 3C farms is a sativa dominant cross of Chem’s Sister, Chocolate Diesel, and Sour Dub. So basically their version of Gorilla Glue and their version really is a unique version deserving a unique name.
The flowering tops appearance is immaculate. A light green hue with sporadically placed orange hairs with a healthy layer of trichrome crystals covering the entire cola.
The scent is really when you begin to notice the uniqueness as the nose has spicy earthy herbal piney notes complemented by very delicate notes of chocolate. Very different than the traditional gas forward nose of GG#4.
The inhale’s flavor profile is a blend of earthy herbal gassy diesel notes, with the earthy herbal influence being much more dominant than what is usually found in a Gorilla Glue.
The exhale even took a more unexpected turn with a tangy tart foundation complemented by delicate chocolate notes.
The flowers smoked clean and the high was an enjoyable mix of head and body. It began with a heavy head high followed by the body high slowly creeping in. Perfect for a Sativa smoker looking for something on the stronger side.
So was it worth the money and would I buy it again? Being a big GG and gas head I usually prefer my GG to be very gas forward but definitely found a lot to enjoy about 3C Farms unique take with Sasquatch Sap. If you enjoy a good earthy herbal flavor profile similar to an earthy OG Kush that tends to be a little heady followed up with a good body high, this strain is right for you.
Where can it be found? You can purchase all of 3C Farms’ strains at Dispensaries all over Northern and Southern California or go direct to the source in LA and Canoga Park. Going direct usually will result in a significant price saving.
Sasquatch Sap by 3C Farms Strain Review I am somewhat of an Alpine Sasquatch expert. I have spent many nights hunting Sasquatch all over the Pacific Northwest and especially Portland. While in