TVFS 6 – Clementine x Purple Punch

THC 25–28 %|CBD 0–1 %|Dried Flower|Hybrid


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TVFS 6 is a hybrid resulting from the fusion of Clementine and Purple Punch genetics. Its appearance is a testament to its lineage, with dense, green buds generously coated in glistening trichomes. The flowers exhibit a striking contrast of orange pistils against the emerald backdrop, giving it a striking visual allure.

The top 5 terpenes in this strain are Limonene, Myrcene, b-caryophyllene, Linalool, and b-Pinene. Limonene dominates, offering a zesty citrus punch. Myrcene contributes a hint of earthiness and relaxation, while b-caryophyllene adds a subtle spiciness to the mix. Linalool brings a touch of floral sweetness, and b-Pinene infuses a hint of pine, creating a well-balanced bouquet.

A dry pull provides an intriguing preview of its flavor profile. The taste is a harmonious blend of its terpene constituents, much like a citrusy, herbal cocktail. The Limonene is immediately noticeable, with its bright, tangy notes. As you draw in, the Myrcene and b-caryophyllene introduce a mellow warmth, complementing the initial burst of citrus. Linalool's floral undertones add a delicate sweetness, and the b-Pinene rounds off the experience with a subtle, forest-like freshness.

This is a limited release. This particular strain is harvested on a small scale and is only sold for a limited time.

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