Licensed Producer: Simply Bare via Shelter Market
Cost: $12.28 Per Gram
Market: Purchased through Medical
Package Date: July 13th 2020
Cannabinoids: 21% THC
Simply Bare is a company founded by the original owners of Whistler Medical.
Their ethos are admirable and these guys put a lot of focus into growing cannabis correctly and putting out top notch products.
Their newest strain is a Sativa strain, Sour Cookies.
Genetics of this are two classics, Sour Diesel and Girl Scout Cookies.
Packaging – 9.2/10
Came in a glass jar, sealed well and a nice size.
No humidity pack inside of the jar.
It’s a rather unique smell of wood, almonds and a sweet scent that I can’t put my finger on.
Overall a quite pleasant smell though, not overpowering.
I used the Arizer Q Tower at 175 degrees.
The almond taste seems most prevalent when I vape this, has a smooth smoke that is easy on the throat.
Tasty and clean, as I would expect from Simply Bare.
Mostly green with a few tinges of purple, the flower is fluffy looking on the outside, but actually quite dense once you open it up.
The scent of the flower is much more pronounced after you grind it up.
Flowers are trimmed nicely, cured just right and while not gigantic buds, they’re appropriately sized for a 3.5g jar. I received 0.5-1.5g sized buds.
Sour Cookies is a sativa and my experience agrees with that.
After vaping this I experienced a body buzz with a relaxed cerebral high.
Progresses into a calming peaceful high.
Would be best suited for a relaxing afternoon with friends, perfectly suited as a strain to be used socially.
Medicinally I can’t say it worked great on any joint pain personally for me.
Pricing is at the high end at $12.28, and thus far unlike their competitors in the premium medical segment (North 40 and Habitat).
Simply Bare have not produced a larger packaging size than 3.5g
I really enjoy their strains, but pricing at 3.5g is high, I hope they could get some 7/14/28 gram products available so people can access them at a lower cost per gram.
This is a really fantastic strain, thus far I’ve tried 3 of Simply Bares strains (Creek Congo and Blue Dream being the other two) and all of them have been top notch.
Another highly recommended strain if sativas are your thing.
Right now Simply Bare has some of the best sativa strains in the legal market in my humble opinion.
They are worth spending a bit more as an occasional treat.
Only gripe being the price, but hopefully larger amounts will be available soon.