Black Cherry Soda is a delightful hybrid mix of the strains Black Dahlia and Ace of Spades. Their name derives from its fruity, soda-like taste and somewhat dark purple color that emerges as an Indica but portrays highly as a Sativa. It’s one of the “more” potent creations that shares a great balance and leaves you satisfied without an overwhelming sense of sedation.

Strain Category: Indica Dominant Hybrid

Producer: Millennium Extracts

Potency Analysis: THC 73.9%, CBG 1.62%, CBD 1.62%, Terpenes 4.08%, Total 77.1%

Type: Concentrate / Sugar Wax

Appearance: It appeared to be a very clean extract with a sugary texture. The orange tint was very bright and eye-catching nonetheless.

Smell: The aroma was similar to the kief from flower. It also had a sweet tangy scent of plant matter, roses and bubble hashish.

Taste: This specific extract, surprisingly, didn’t have much of a taste. Considering the percentage of terpenes it was produced with, I was expecting the usual sweet flavor instead of it being somewhat bland.

Effects: They were Sativa-like effects most definitely that left me feeling very creative while being relaxed and cheerful. However, I did happen to sense some pressure within my eyes, which would be the norm of an Indica plant.

Overall Conclusion: The Black Cherry Soda strain is one of those “must try” products on the West Coast. I couldn’t wait to get home to dab out and experience this type of extract. Normally, I would take no less than three dabs for how heavy of a concentrate user I am but amazingly I only needed two for something that tested in the 70s for THC. For what it is, I would certainly suggest this strain if you need to unwind and lower some developing stress but to also keep that creative aspect flow of thinking. Millennium Extracts has been a highly dependable company for quality oils and they haven’t let us down yet with a product so they must be doing something right!

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