Bleu Zlushie by LA Traffic


Bleu Zlushie


LA Traffic


Ice Cream Cake x Grapefruit Zkittlez x Gelato 41


28% Total Cannabinoids




BackpackBoyz LA


$75 out the door


Citrus Peel Soap, Skunky Ammonia, Dryer Sheet, Fruit Punch Saltwater Taffy core.


Medium-sized buds with a couple smalls thrown in for weight. Humidity is right in that sweet spot for both combustion and vapor. Sticky, nice cure. Doused in kiefy frost.


Dry Pull: Creamy & Slight Tart Fruit

Combustion: Tart & Creamy Diesel, Sweet Earth, slight cheesy fruit finish (Swiss, gruyere, kinda like a fruit fondue), hint of Musk on the backend and light trace of Sour Candy throughout.

Vapor: Linen, Lavender, drop of Diesel, slight cooling effect.


Above-Average – Spacey head high that sets you back into the couch for a bit.


This one has been on my radar for the better part of a year now so I was stoked to see it on the shelves of the BackpackBoyz dispo. LA Traffic is popular in the traditional market, and as far as I know this is the first regulated drop from the gang.

I’m hoping to find a juicy, blue raspberry style Gelato with a bit of Z thrown in. Let’s dive in.

The nose on Blue Zlushie is just as powerful as expected, but not necessarily the terp profile I was imagining. Loads of soapy citrus rind up front, followed by some astringent skunk notes, a hint of that freshly washed linen and dryer sheet come into play before concluding with a saltwater Taffy version of blue fruit punch. Volume is around an 8, and it is rockin’.

For a regulated drop, this bud is in dandy condition. The humidity is on point, and in a proper state to be enjoyed immediately via combustion or vapor. Aesthetically, this is a pretty gorgeous looking bud with its rich dark purple hues and rich, shimmering coat of trichs. A bit of sticky grapefruit peel is left on my fingers after the breakdown.

If you’re looking for a smooth, creamy smoke then look no further as this delivers in spades. Expect mild notes of tarted petrol, sweet dough and earth, and a soft, string cheese and fruit finish – almost like its been dipped into an elaborate fondue pot. The palate finishes with some gelato-esque musk, while if you dig deep enough, sour candy is teased in the backdrop from beginning to end.

At 340°F, I’m really surprised that the flavor changed so drastically on me. First long pull delivered those fresh linen, butane inspired terps of Linalool, lavender, and fresh laundry. A bit of diesel combined with cooling mint round out the flavors. I would like to say that subsequent hits are just as flavorful, but really, that first hit is where it’s at.

The Fire Scale:

7 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥