Ring-a-ding-ding and welcome back to Leafly’s New Strains Alert. This week we have a few nods to famous figures, a CBD flower with a 3-to-1 CBD/THC ratio, and much, much more.
Dank Sinatra crooned his way into our hearts and pipes with this classic OG LA Affie x Hash Plant cross. This velvety indica-dominant hybrid is some classy company for consumers looking to recline like the Rat Pack on a Friday night. Dirty Old Bastard twists up two California favorites in honor of the late ODB. This pungent and flavorful pairing combines pleasant Kush attributes that bring a playful pow like Ol’ Dirty Dirt McGirt. Murkle, from my understanding, was a happy accident created through cross pollination, but regardless, Germany gets a shout-out (and my love and respect) for its progressive cannabis policy. Oh, and Spätzle!
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Dank Sinatra is an indica-dominant hybrid named for “Old Blue Eyes,” Frank Sinatra. This strain was created by crossing LA Affie and Hash Plant, leading to a happy, cerebral buzz that settles down into the body. The weighted relaxation helps consumers abate stress and depression while preparing the body for rest. Dank Sinatra has pungent, earthy flavors intermixed with subtle notes of citrus and diesel.
The Big Dirty is a strain shrouded in mystery. This hybrid cross of either Black Raven x Tangie or Girl Scout Cookies x Tangie x White Fire OG has been known to develop dark foliage and a pleasant citrus aroma. The effects are said to be moderate, offering consumers mild euphoria juxtaposed against heavy relaxation.
Dirty Old Bastard (also known as Dirty, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, or Dirt McGirt) is an indica-dominant cross that pays homage to Wu-Tang Clan’s own, ODB. A cross between California classic, OG Kush, and the ever-sweet Blackberry, Dirty Old Bastard melds complementary flavors and effects, creating a strain that is pleasant on the palate and the body. The strain’s aroma is saccharin with notes of berry, lemon, and pine. Its effects are initially uplifting, but quickly mellow into hazy relaxation that helps abate stress and depression. The physical effects deepen with time and continued consumption, lending benefits to consumers treating cramps and pain.
CherWillie is the sativa-dominant hybrid cross of Chernobyl and Willie Nelson. This strain is a true hybrid in effect, offering consumers balanced physical and mental attributes that take the edge off repetitive tasks or a long day. The terpene profile is a mixture of earth and spice with a smooth finish. CherWillie is known to have a creative and functional buzz as well as a manageable potency.
Murkle by OBSoul is the accidental genetic pairing of an M-39 mother and a Purple Urkle father. OBSoul noted the strain’s fast vegetation cycle and an abundance of rock-hard colas mature over the plant’s lifecycle. Murkle’s aroma and flavor are that of grape candy, speaking to its paternal genetics, even though this phenotype does not share that strain’s purple hue. Enjoy Murkle later in the day to maximize its indica-dominant effects.
CBD Lilly, also known as “Piña Colada,” is a CBD-dominant strain with happy effects. Averaging a 3-to-1 CBD:THC ratio, CBD Lilly is a potent medicine for consumers seeking therapeutic effects. This sativa-dominant pairing of Congo IBL and Queen Mother imbues consumers with uplifting euphoria that coaxes laughter and conversation. Its buzz settles down into the body as functional and mild relaxation that helps with inflammation and physical discomfort. The smell has been described as spicy and grassy
Mangolicious is an indica-dominant cross of Big Bud and White Widow. This cut expresses a tropical aroma and robust bud structure. It has a relatively speedy flowering time and a generous yield thanks to its Big Bud genetics. Mangolicious’s full-body effects and pleasant mango smell speak to potentially high levels of myrcene, a terpene known for its weighted “couchlocking” effect.