SS MAC x KM11
Sunset MAC x Kush Mints 11
30.2% Total Cannabinoids
Caryophyllene, Limonene, Linalool.
Peace of Green DTLA
Skunky Feet, Nutty Funk, Minty Rubber, Pistachio Cake, Savory Onion Pepper Core, hint of Pine Dryer Sheet.
One large behemoth of a nug. Ultra frosty, gorgeous structure. Fantastic cure, humidity. Also stepped up their manicure/trim game, nice! This is a jaw-dropper.
Dry Pull: Pine-Flavored Doublemint Gum
Combustion: Malted Milk Balls, Nutty Fuel, hint of Spearmint, Savory Earth.
Vapor: Pine-Injected Greek Yogurt, Minty Fuel, lingering Earthy Honey Ricola w/ touch of Nutty Dough.
Medium/Above-Average Strength – Euphoric, soaring head high with light wraparound head pressure. Uplifted spirits, with some muscle relaxation. Anytime of the day smoke for a big creative boost.
Most of you know I’ve been singing praises of L.A. Made for quite some time, but this 1/8th of Sunset MAC x Kush Mints 11… well might have just turned me into a fanboy.
Geez, talk about a complex nose… At first impression, I pick up a strange cheesy note, but I’m mistaken, as it sort of morphs into a skunky dirty feet. The MAC pistachio cake terp is present, some rubber funk from the Sunset Sherb, and that KM11 just pulls in those light hints of sweet, earthy pine to round it out. On the breakdown, I get more of that nutty cake, some dryer sheet from the Linalool, and loads of nose-singeing savory onion pepper. We’re around a 7 in volume. I’m lovin’ it.
This solitare nug was packed like sardines in a tin can, with absolutely no room to spare. You can see in the pictures that the stem was bent to jam this one in, and I’m not complaining at all. In fact, L.A. Made uses such small jars with hardly any room for oxygen so it keeps the bud much more fresh. And bravo to the team for stepping up the trim/manicure job. It was pretty rough there for a while.
And before I move on, I just have to note how sexy this flower is – as its totally lathered in snow-white trichs. You really can’t ask for anything more than this.
Via combustion, the inhale is extremely easy on the throat, yet thick and creamy. The exhale totally coated my mouth with a wild concoction of fuel-soaked mixed nuts, a hint of artifical spearmint (similar to the mint they leave on your pillow at some hotel rooms), sweet doughy earth, and malted candy balls (Whoppers). This is a killer palate experience.
At 340° and thereabouts, the KM11 side shines, as velvety smooth kushy pine notes with a deep, dairy edge hit me before revealing notes of peanut skin diesel. The first two pulls off the vape leave me with a lingering sweet, cooling honey sensation, while further pulls accentuate a savory, funky dough. Highly enjoyable from start to finish.
Personally, I found the effects quite strong, but don’t expect this to slam you into the couch. This is more of a 50/50 hybrid with a slight lean towards an “Uplifiting OG” if anything. Anytime of the day smoke for me, I dug it.
It’s official, I haven’t had a single jar from L.A. made that has been anything but stellar. The value is deep here, too. It feels good to get bomb, sticky bud on the regular for 25% less than what I would normally pay for top shelf. This is super high quality at mid-tier pricing and honestly, if I didn’t have this account reviewing different brands, I’d probably just end up buying their flower for weeks on end.
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