Strain Review: Sundae Driver by High Tide Cannabis

What happens when an experienced micro-scale organic fruit and vegetable farmer builds a craft cannabis operation?  As far as the produce is concerned, only good things.  Take for instance this Sundae Driver by High Tide Cannabis.

 

Bred from both Grape Pie and Fruity Pebbles this complex chemovar has quite an interesting flavor profile full of abundant subtle notes with about as much going on as a Neapolitan sundae.  While we wouldn’t go so far as to say it tastes like chocolate fudge-drizzled ice cream with whipped cream and maraschino cherries, its smoke does provide a super creamy feel on the tongue and a long lingering aftertaste of fennel and mint.  The heavy density and prime maturity of trichomes on this lady make it hard for her not to give you a very satisfying mouthful.

 

The effect is quite delightful with a relaxed focus perfect for lazy crossword puzzles and stress-less sidewalk cruising on quiet mornings.  Fairly introspective, it will have you recalling pseudo-profundities of Zen masters, contemplating the bright side of experiencing winter without a working furnace, trying to figure out which Simpson’s character looks most like the octopus on the jar, and wondering how it’s possible that most people don’t yet know that since cannabis has been legal there hasn’t been a statistically significant change in traffic accidents attributed to driving while high on cannabis only.

 

For a true-to-form craft cannabis experience that will keep you curious, we highly recommend the Sundae Driver by High Tide Cannabis.