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For better or worse like every other cannabis strain, citrus characteristics tend to dominate cannabis aromas, and I’ve inhaled notes of grapefruits, lemons, limes, oranges, tangerines and so much more inside of a weed jar. Telling me that I’ll not only smell but taste a blood orange, though? That’s a bold strategy, Cotton. Let’s see if it pays off.
There are several cannabis varieties named after the blood orange, but the most popular version in Colorado bears Orange Zkittlez and Tropicana Cookies genetics. We’re lucky to have the newer version, because the Colorado Blood Orange packs some of the most impressive and specific fruity aspects I’ve experienced in a long time.
Blood oranges get their color from anthocyanin, a pigment common to plants but rare in citrus. Caryophyllene, a terpene known more for spicy aromas than anything sweet, is essentially the anthocyanin of the Blood Orange cannabis strain, tying together lesser amounts of limonene and linalool — two terpenes with a much stronger connection to citrus fruits than caryophyllene — to create a vivid flavor instantly reminiscent of a juicy crimson orange.
Most citrus-forward strains are associated with daytime use, and you could very well do that with Blood Orange. My brain doesn’t miss a beat after a bowl or two, and the munchies are relatively light. My limbs always get heavy, though, and those hybrid effects like to stick to my legs for a while. If you want to stay active this summer, save Blood Orange for an evening spent inside only at weedhorizone.com