Named after the infamous Harambe incident in 2016, in which a gorilla was killed after a boy fell into his enclosure, for the boy’s safety. The boy survived but Harambe died at the scene.
This strain has good bud development, leaning towards indica bud structure. It looks very different from last episode’s Melon Face (Chocolope X Star Killer)
Also noticed good trichome coverage on this sample, which had muted orange pistils, and felt like it had good resin content, giving it a slightly sticky feel.
Harambe’s Revenge captures the clean dank aroma that is familiar with those who have smelt GG4 – but it is more pungent and earthy possibly due to the Star Killer side of the parenthood.
Pure potent gas pours from this when I break open the bud, giving it a delicious and strong smell.
Smoking Harambe’s Revenge through the bong delivers a smooth smoking experience which captures the watery clean dank taste of Original Glue quite well. Also present is gassier jet-fuel notes and an earthy dankness.
This strain hits quickly and gives an interesting high. It makes the user feel very present in their own body, while numbing the senses somewhat, leading to a change in perception. This was enjoyable as a daytime smoke, but with heavily relaxing effects it is probably best suited to the evening.
Overall, Harambe’s Revenge is a good cross of solid genetics. The potent power delivered by this strain make it a good option for seasoned smokers.
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