Chocolate Kush is an indica mix of Mazar and an unknown indica strain. While a sativa-dominant variety exists, this is sometimes referred to as Chocolope Kush, and not to be confused with the strain featuring in today’s review.
The Chocolate Kush plant has a Christmas tree structure, and the buds of this sample are small but with a crisp structure that hasn’t been compacted during transport.
I don’t get anything chocolatey from the appearance of this strain, and the milky trichomes do not glisten The pistils are wild and cover spots of the sample. The nug quality was good, and the trim job was ok with only small spots of leaf dotted around the bud.
Before grinding up the Chocolate Kush, I found it difficult to distinguish the smell.
After Grinding and increasing the surface area, I’m, getting pungent earthy notes that remind me of a sweet, old school Kush strain.
No hints of chocolate can be detected in the smell of this sample, but it does smell very nice!
I wanted to try this out in a couple of ways, so I’m using my bong (glass Widow Maker) and my Green Spiral.
Through the bong I’m impressed with the smoothness of the hit. Lovely! However, the flavour was more watery than anything.
Smoking this Chocolate Kush through my Green Spiral, however, I get hints of chocolate, finally understanding where the name comes from – success!
I prefer this strain through the Green Spiral as opposed to through a bong.
After smoking this I can be sure that it is the indica variety of Chocolate Kush. The main effect is a strong relaxation, paired with a happiness that chills me out and slows me down.
I’m not in any sort of rush to get up and do anything after smoking this one!
Overall, I enjoyed the Chocolate Kush and it was a pleasure to review this strain.
I’d definitely smoke this again; perhaps it would be nice to try through a vaporiser to try enhancing that chocolate flavour!