Walter White is a potent sativa-dominant hybrid. Created by the UK-based Mephisto Genetics, Walter White is an attempt to improve on the high resin production of The White by crossing it with an unspecified sativa. What results is a tasty bud with buzzy, heady effects. Its THC levels have been measured at between 15% and 21%.
Walter White is marked by large, chunky flowers that have surprisingly irregular forms. These exceptional buds look more like fluffy clouds than like any of the more conventional botanical shapes like spheres or spades. The seafoam green leaves are clustered densely together and are twisted through with hairy, dark brown pistils. True to their name, Walter White’s buds are also coated in an exceptionally high volume of translucent white trichomes, making their leaves appear very pale from a distance.
When properly cured, Walter White’s flowers carry a dank, earthy scent. On closer inspection, there are also some zesty hints of citrus. Meanwhile, grinding up the amorphous buds releases the fragrance of fresh pine. When burnt in a pipe or a joint, Walter White gives off a thick, acrid smoke that may tickle the palate and sinuses. This smoke tastes like a combination of pine and citrus on the exhale and finishes with a creamy mouthfeel. Smokers who’d like to maintain discretion should beware that this bud can be a very pungent smoke; some odor control precautions may be required.
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