Dartmouth Kush: A Strain Story

Dartmouth Kush

Living life on the dark side? Dartmouth Kush is SKOSHA’s playful nod to the city of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Home to some of the NHL’s most successful hockey players including Sidney Crosby and Nathan MacKinnon, there’s something in the water in the City of Lakes. Featuring iconic spots like the Angus L. Macdonald bridge and the legendary Tuft’s Cove smokestacks, the rich history and vibrant culture of Dartmouth serves as the inspiration for one of our new favourite strains, Dartmouth Kush!


Dartmouth Kush is SKOSHA’s take on the award-winning Glueberry, a flavourful and aromatic cross of Blueberry with Gorilla Glue #4 and OG Kush. We’re not kidding, if you like blueberries, Dartmouth Kush is a strain you’ll definitely want to pick up the next time you’re at the dispensary!

This potent indica hybrid bud contains 23%-28% THC and 0.02%-1% CBD, resulting in a balanced consumption experience.


Dartmouth Kush features a sweet blueberry flavour and aroma, complemented by piney, woody, and spicy notes. Resinous trichomes on these dense buds result in a rich, fragrant aroma profile and high potency. Terpenes are stored in the trichomes- the sticky, tiny, hair-like glands that cover the cannabis bud. Our PurePlant™ proprietary growing method ensures that trichomes thrive throughout the growing process, resulting in a highly flavourful and aromatic consumption experience.

Below are the leading terpenes of Dartmouth Kush:


Myrcene (58%): Dominating more than half of the Dartmouth Kush terpene profile, myrcene delivers deep, earthy aromas. Myrcene is what gives Dartmouth Kush its signature blueberry flavour and aroma!

Pinene (9%): As the name suggests, Pinene delivers crisp, piney flavours and aromas. Love the distinct, calming smell of pine trees? We thought so!

Ocimene (7%): Ocimene delivers rich, woody flavours and aromas that ground the consumption experience to its roots.

Caryophyllene (5%): Caryophyllene delivers rich, spicy aromas that ignite the senses like the bold scent of pepper.


That’s all for now! Stay tuned for next month’s post where we shine the spotlight on SKOSHA’s Seagrass!