For many holiday seasons, Los Angeles has had the best selection of marijuana on the planet. And this year, for the first time, everyone over the age of 21 can buy it legally!
There is a lot out there to pick from, and with the 12 Strains of Christmas, we’re sure we pulled from the top of Santa’s sack. Some are world premieres, some are holiday offerings from the best cultivators in L.A., and there are a few of the finest imports from the rest of the state. Whether you need to smoke out the ghost of Christmas Past, Present or Future, we’re sure each would do the job properly.
3C, Tahoe Sap
From the cultivators at 3C Farms who have been working with the legendary Josh D OG Kush genetics for more than 20 years, Tahoe Sap pairs one of the best phenotypes of Gorilla Glue in Southern California, Sasquatch Sap, with the always spectacular Tahoe OG. For many OG Kush aficionados, the Tahoe version is an absolute winner. While it may be a bit more of a piney spice aroma than the fuel-and-pine hints associated with other beloved versions, the pairing with the Sasquatch is a superb blend.
Cali Kush Farms, CKF Rockstar (The Kind Center)
The CKF Rockstar is a visual masterpiece. The tedious minutes of rolling up buds of this quality after seeing them for the first time are some of the longest of our lives. CKF Rockstar is a cross between Pure Kush and Rascal OG. It has a very energetic and uplifting high that’s sure to help you down that second round of holiday ham. Rockstar was developed by Phinest Cannabis tissue culture and then grown out by Cali Kush Farms in Hollywood.
22Red, Pineapple OG (Cookies Melrose)
System of a Down bassist Shavo Odadjian launches his new flower and preroll line, 22red, this month with the help of the cultivators at Wonderbrett. Their first collaboration on the project will be a Pineapple OG being offered for a limited time. Things kick off for 22Red with a party at Cookies Melrose on Dec. 22, where Odadjian will take part in a meet-and-greet with fans. Keep an eye on 22Red’s Instagram for details.
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Published: December 17, 2018
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