Nor’Easter is a sativa-dominant hybrid THC strain named in honour of the powerful storms Atlantic Canada is famous for. With primary terpenes of pinene, caryophyllene and limonene, Nor’Easter expresses aromas of pine needles, spice and citrus.
The lemoniest strain in the SKOSHA lineup, Lemon Dory—a sativa-dominant hybrid testing at over 15% THC—brings a boatload of lemon flavour ashore. Basically, it’s a lot of lemon. And while we haven’t tested the theory, we’re pretty certain you could carry a lot of lemons in a dory. Pinene and Caryophyllene terpenes deliver a nose of lemon drop candy as your first hint of the lemon flavour that awaits, with the taste of lemon drops rounding on notes of sandalwood.
Shelter is a milder, indica-dominant hybrid strain with a nearly balanced THC-to-CBD ratio. Shelter’s unique terpene profile is dominated by guaiol and limonene, delivering a piney, citrusy aroma with undertones of rose and wood.
If you’ve ever seen boats sitting on the ocean floor of the Bay of Fundy at low tide, you know that things aren’t always as they appear. Mirage’s terpene profile of pinene, caryophyllene, and limonene combines to deliver a unique nose of herbal lemon cake batter. This terpene profile extends to Mirage’s tasting notes, with initial hints of citrus balancing to a woody, herbal finish. With heavily indica-leaning genetics, Mirage is most ideally suited for evening enjoyment.