The Batch will be my go-to brand for budget hash moving forward.
It looks great and actually looks like hash.
The smell is pretty chill.
You gotta crack it open before you get a full nose. Smells like hash. It has a delightful piney aroma.
Tastes good and adds a nice zing to your bowl or evening J. Tastes piney.
Very sticky and malleable.
Way more sticky and bendy than the dry cake Original Stash is passing off as 2 grams of hash.
You can't go wrong here.
You get 2 grams of hash for around 40 bucks, which is pretty reasonable considering the other (vastly more expensive) options out there.
Still too expensive, but it has significant pain-reducing and calming effects.
Yikes. Original Stash lives up to its name with this crispy number.
It's like I just found some buds leftover from my very first bag of ganja ever. Circa Y2K.
My “original stash” if you will.
These flowers are insufferable. Dry, crispy, and terp-less.
It burns black as night and does not stay lit for longer than 10 seconds.
Tastes like absolute garbage with the flavour leaning hard on dry af lawn clippings.
Completely unsmokeable. Induces a headache and did not have any beneficial effects whatsoever.
It's just so bad I don't know where to start. The words gag and yuck come to mind quite readily.
The buds look not too bad, but as soon as you try to get your other senses involved it's mostly downhill from there.
Dry and crispy to the touch despite being harvested very recently.
Very slight aroma mostly reminds me of laying down on your back in a field of tall grass and realizing you forgot your stash in the car...
Flavours can be described as harsh metallic with the halfway point of a reasonably sized J becoming pretty much unsmokable real quick.
And that's about as much time as I want to spend on this $40 something before tax Ignite/Cannmart abomination.
One tree just because it looks decent at first glance.
This hash wasn't that bad at all. Comes in a 2-gram package for around $50.
Really adds a nice kick to your flower. Burns pretty okay, but nothing to cheer about. You really can't go wrong with the price.
I enjoyed it crumbled into a J and as an addition to the bubbler.
Namaste's take on Death Bubba is pretty decent. It's got a good nose
Like most other licit buds on the market, these were dry af, but Death Bubba always hits me hard right behind the eyes and takes me to the couch.
Even though this D. Bubba is missing a few letters, it isn't missing that heavy Death Bubba character.
Tested at just under 25% THC means Cherry Punch lives up to its name by delivering effects equivalent to a punch in the face. And, that's about it.
The buds are incredibly dry and very dense. Little aroma overall. There is definitely nothing in the terpene profile reminiscent of cherries, but not completely odourless either. Let's call it a subtly sweet tea scent and move on.
One thing that really stood out was the clear pockmarks from where seeds had been. On further inspection, I managed to find a few seeds still embedded in the closely shaved flowers.
It burns pretty decently, but the flavour is pretty abysmal. It burns the back of the throat on the inhale and leaves a hot spot back there which makes the next puff less enjoyable.
My workaround was to pop it in the bong and put it through some water which definitely improved the experience... and made me go cross-eyed.
Wedding Crasher is the second BLKMRKT product I've tried, the first being Cherry Punch.
Even though I've actually given it a lower tree count, I like Wedding Crasher more based on aroma alone.
The buds were just as dry as the Cherry Punch, but thankfully the aroma of Wedding Crasher was more pronounced.
These flowers offer a really unique fruity scent that smells like peaches.
I'm not entirely sure I've ever sampled another product with such a distinct peach scent quite like wedding Crasher.
Unfortunately, the aroma didn't translate into much flavour, which could only be described as “pretty harsh on the throat”. I'd describe it as metallic fruit...
Despite the metal, my grinder smelled like peaches for quite a while after I had ground the Wedding Crasher which was pleasant and because it's super dry it leaves a nice crusting of kief to scrape out later.
So, that's about the last good thing I can say about this BLKMRKT product because I found seeds and holes where seed used to be spread throughout these flowers, which is rather disappointing considering this is marketed as an “ultra-premium” product.
“Ultra-Premium” products simply cannot contain seeds, ever— there is no truer truth than this. I noticed one bud had a still seed sticking out of it. Yikes.
I can only assume they were hoping nobody was going to notice their buds look like volcanic rocks...
Overall, I thought the flower and the effects were okay, but the dryness and seeds really throw me off. BLKMRKT is heading in the right direction, but have quite a ways to go if it wants to establish itself as an ultra-premium brand.
Before starting this review I should point out that Blueberry is one of my least favorite cultivars, so hopefully, that bias won't be too apparent here.
Visually it's not the worst looking flower I've seen.
Quite a bit of stem considering this is only a gram, but what can you do? Buds are shaved close like the other Terrascend products I've reviewed recently.
Still some leaves on there. Not that it's a terrible thing... but the leaves looked kind of yucky up close.
My nose wasn't all that impressed either... in fact, I almost found the smell of the plastic stronger than the smell of the buds. No Bueno! I put it through the grinder and the aroma got a little more kushy, but nothing to write home about.
Thankfully, it burns pretty clean in a J and didn't cause any significant coughing.
The flavour was a bit harsh and metallic tasting leaving the experience with very little character.
The buds are just way too dry.
I'm talking dusty powder dry :(
Terps are super important fellas!
There were also holes in a couple of the buds from where seeds used to live though I didn't find any actual seeds embedded in any of them.
If you're charging top dollar for your products there's just no reason at all why seeds should be in the finished product.
I've found seeds or seed holes in several Terrascend products, so there must be something going on over there to cause these plants to seed.
They still a way to go over at Terrascend before they really start pumping out quads on a regular basis.