Harambe’s Revenge Cannabis Strain Review & Information

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Episode 16 in our 2020 Strain Review series features Harambes Revenge by HighPants Genetics. This strain crosses Original Glue (GG4) X Star Killer.

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.

Appearance

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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.

Smell

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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.

Taste

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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.

Effects

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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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