Citrus Tsunami Review | Pinnacle
Citrus Tsunami from Pinnacle surprised me. The strain crosses Sour Tsunami and Go TIme so I expected a mostly cbd body high type of experience. However, the Go Time has the get up and go side of a powerful sativa. So, the carry over is a strain that feels like an indica but thinks like a sativa.
How good is Citrus Tsunami?
You can count on Citrus Tsunami to deliver the boom shaka laka boom shaka laka. The flower tested over 20% for the lot number, but it feels much stronger than the numbers. The one hit wonder test puts up between a 7 or 8 out of 10 points for whomever is counting.
What does Citrus Tsunami taste like?
The dank stank of this strain presents a wonderful challenge. It walks a line between being very industrial on the diesel side. Indeed, it is somewhere between smelling like wet paint in a room with no windows, and a very funky cheese. Like James Brown and George Clinton hosted a wine and cheese party and some of the guests forgot to take a shower first.
Is Tsunami a CBD strain?
While sour tsunami is a well known cbd strain, citrus tsunami is not. According to its creator, the strain is supposed to present a 1:1 ratio of cbd and thc. In this case, the thc far surpasses the cbd. So, if that is what you are looking for, then it might be better to go with a extract like a cartridge or edible where the balance is easier to achieve. Flower is much more subject to slight variance for obvious reasons.
White Rabbit Cannabis fans of Pinnacle
Pinnacle certainly has name to live up to. If you call yourself pinnacle of anything then best be demonstrating that at the highest level. Truly, the pride they take in crafting wonder buds is worth a bow and a stick of incense in the temple of their name. Consistently surprising. Big salute to their ability to pick strains that all stand alone. You won’t find yourself comparing their strains to others that taste or look the same as others in the Pinnacle line up.