Right here we’re hunting at a further fine Edison flower from producer Organigram. Edison calls it “tangy and tart,” to which we’ll agree. It’s a further instance of a strong ‘all-rounder’ strain.
The aroma is slightly sour and bitter, but not in particular lemony like most sour strains. The flavour is closer to cranberries to my tongue, but mileage may well differ.
The terpene profile isn’t dominated by any one particular chemical. Myrcene (27%) is the most abundant, followed by caryophyllene (16%), and pinene (11%). The outcome is a sort of middle ground strain, ideal for these not hunting for couch lock, but nonetheless a relaxing practical experience.
An additional advantage is that, like Edison’s Lola Montes, La Strada is one particular of the less costly strains obtainable at about $10/g. Verify out this good flower nowadays!