Chemmy Jones- Connoisseur Genetics Strain Review
I feel pretty lucky to have been given the opportunity to try one of connoisseur genetics strains. Chem dawg crossed with Casey Jones, two fantastic strains, I have had the pleasure of trying both and am excited to see how the cross comes out!
Appearance. Stunning, really green looking buds, nice greens ranging from darker greens on the remaining leaf to more pastel and lighter greens on the bud structure. Lots and lots of trichomes all over the buds, the most striking thing is the plumes of gorgeous and vibrant orange hairs that erupt all over the bud, theyre thick and fairly long. This give the bud a plump puffy look, the calyxes are a little bobbly especially at the tip of the bud, all in all this makes for some amazing looking bud.
Aroma/Flavour. Now this is where I am surprised, the strains heritage would have had me thinking this would be a very “chemmy” smelling and tasting strain. I was expecting that classic chemical citrus, that’s not to say she doesn’t smell amazing, because she does, just not quite what I was expecting. Having said that the aroma is very delicious, and a little delicate. Smells kind of rusty and metallic and definite green plant pungent and musky. Has a kind of stale room musky but metallic aroma. Smells much sweeter and more fruity when ground up. Really smooth smoke, almost like you are not smoking, which is quite pleasant. Sweet and slightly fruity tasting. There is a slightly rusty and metallic after taste. Nice flavours.
Effects. Uplifting and great for my back pain. I feel medicated but not high which is nice for times when I still have things to do. Quite up lifting but the most noticeable effect was a calmness with my brain slowing down and feeling more calm in general, I was thinking more clearly.
Comments. Surprising flavours and smells but really good medicine and enjoyable to smoke. Overall a strain id definitely smoke again!