Citus Sap is a hard sativa-dominant hybrid derived from Gorilla Glue #4 and Tangie in joint collaboration between Crockett Family Farms, the breeders of Clementine, & DNA Genetics, the latter of whom gifted the world with successful strains such as Lemon Skunk and Chocolope.
Citrus Sap’s lineage is a cross between the powerful sativa Gorilla Glue #4, otherwise known as Original Glue- with sativa Tangie, a re-make of the much-sought-after Tangerine Dream from the 90s using an 80s Cali Orange crossed with the immortal Skunk #1.
Citrus Sap derives its predominantly citrus smell from its parent strain, Tangie. Underlying this sharp aroma is a sweetness that verges on sour, with a slightly rank, fermented edge. On closer inspection, these buds also carry the woodsy odor of pine. Grinding up or breaking open the flowers yields some aromatic skunky notes. When burnt in a joint or a pipe, Tangie gives off a thick and lung-expanding smoke that may induce coughing or cause eyes to water. On the exhale, this bud’s flavors meld, as the smoke leaves behind the tastes of citrus-inflected pine sap.
Citrus Sap offers a slow, creeping high that may only set in several minutes after smokers have savored its unique, rich flavor. Initial effects take the form of full-body relaxation, with tingling, soothing waves spreading from the neck down through the core and limbs. Citrus Sap’s creates a trippy sensation, distorting perceptions of external stimuli like sights and sound. This psychedelic edge makes it a great accompaniment to spacey movies or music, as well as for lifted conversations with like-minded friends. Indeed, the bud’s effects can be very social, facilitating giddiness and camaraderie.