About this Hybrid Strain
The balanced hybrid Tahoe OG Kush strain is a cannabis strain baring popcorn-sized moss green buds with deep amber pistils. Its smell can be citrusy or fruity, with earthy and herbal undertones. Its flavor is similar to lemon zest.
The THC content of this strain averages between 14-21% depending on the crop. Its high has been described as perfect for when you plan to stay at home or in a vacation cabin by the lake. Though it does induce cerebral activity and is thought-provoking, it leaves the mind easily distracted and produces the stereotypical forgetfulness associated with stoners. It can be good for social situations, causing the giggles. The body high is subtle but there – creating a tingling sensation that leaves some aroused.
Some reviewers have remarked that Tahoe OG Kush is the most potent OG strain they’ve ever consumed.
To grow, Tahoe OG Kush will require at least ten weeks before maturing fully and flowering to its full potential.
How Does Tahoe OG Smell And Taste?
Tahoe OG smells remarkably similar to the fresh pine trees you’d expect on a California hiking trail. Woodsy and earthy aromatics predominate in a well-cured batch of Tahoe OG buds. True to its OG Kush heritage, Tahoe OG also tends to have plenty of spicy, hashy, and smoky “Kush” notes. Despite these standard Kush flavors, tokers often report a shockingly smooth throat feel when smoking Tahoe OG nugs. The purported anti-asthmatic effects of terpenes like alpha-pinene may contribute to Tahoe OG’s correlation with a “low cough” smoke.
One flavor in Tahoe OG you don’t get with OG Kush is lemon. Many people who argue Tahoe OG includes SFV OG Kush use this citrusy flavor as significant supporting evidence. While Tahoe OG isn’t as gassy or industrial as Sour Diesel, tokers will notice a refreshing “zest” as they sniff and smoke these flowers.