For this cannabis strain review, I tried out some…wait for it….some “La Cerise sur le Fun Day” made by a new Quebec cannabis brand called Fleurs De Lise. The actual translation is “The Cherry on the Funday”, there’s a lot going on over here with this name.
Now look, I understand the point; you’re marketing this towards the French crowd and all, but I believe this is going a bit overboard (This was grown by Delshen Therapeutics).
The actual strain is Sage n’ Sour, and I’m pretty sure that a non-English speaking francophone cannabis consumer would understand what Sage n’ Sour is, but again, what the hell do I know? I know this starts a little negatively, but the actual weed was excellent, so there’s that.
It’s a Sativa-dominant cultivar that came with 25% THC and an inconsiderable amount of CBD (the range is 20% to 26%). Below I break down every aspect of this flower in detail.
- Lineage: Sage x Sour Diesel
- Type: Sativa-dominant
- Potency: 20-26% THC
- Terpene Profile: Terpinolene, caryophyllene, limonene, ocimene, and myrcene
- Packaging Details: Packaged on 10/07/2020 and tested/reviewed on 10/25/2020, exactly 18 days later. Lot# SNS70A
- Pricing Details: Purchased 3.5 grams for $26.90 at the SQDC in Montreal, Quebec, Canada ($7.69/gram).
Upon opening the bag (the cute, very bright pink bag, might I add), I noticed how bright the weed was; the buds were of a bright olive green color, and the pistils were almost neon orange; they were messy and all over the place!
Although it didn’t feel too dry, after putting this in a mason jar for 24 hours, the RH% was only at 45%, that’s barely passable, but it’s acceptable. I let the Boveda pack do the work to bring it back to 58%. There are some ups and downs when it comes to the visuals; the trichomes were present and very intact (you can see them in the micro pic below).
There were a total of 5 medium nugs there in the container, which is quite pleasant as opposed to getting a container full of little popcorn buds.
There may be some bias here, but the aroma that comes out of this bad boy is on my “favorites” list; the bud itself gave off some “Jack Haze” vibes when it comes to the smell. That mix of citrus, pine, pear, and cleaning products is very refreshing and unexpected.
There is some more earthiness and even some diesel notes that come out once the weed is milled. Another thing to note, and this did happen with my Jack Haze as well when the mason jar is empty, it still smells exactly like the weed itself after a few weeks, as if there are still buds just chilling in there.
There’s always something comforting about the terpinolene/limonene mix, and it’s not any different in this case.
The flavor was more muted than the aroma, and I got more earthiness and a slight touch of diesel. There were strong notes of spice and pepper on the exhale; you can tell that the terpene profile is quite complex. It seems that on combustion, the caryophyllene stood out.
This was a smooth experience, with nice smoke clouds and not much coughing or throat itching, which is always a plus.
Let’s get into my favorite aspect of this entire Sage n’ Sour review; if this were a Sundae, the effects would be the Cerise on top of it (see what I did there? Sorry, I just had to). You get instantaneous uplifting vibes after a few puffs; it’s a really cozy type of feeling that goes through your body.
It’s strong but not too aggressive, don’t get me wrong, I got really high off this weed. The beautiful thing was that there was absolutely no anxiety/paranoia, just a really fun vibe overall. I would have given this a perfect score if the buzz lasted a little longer.
Oh well, I guess I’m picky with my scores.
Overall, this new “Fleurs de Lise” brand did an outstanding job with this Sage n’ Sour strain, and I would recommend this to both beginners and everyday users.
Let’s not forget there’s good dollar value here, too, at $7.69/gram which is on the cheaper side (for comparison, the City Lights Strain costs $9.60/gram and provides just average quality). I’ll be looking out for more of their products in the future.
Here are a few good alternatives for the La Cerise Sur Le Funday (Sage N’ Sour) strain:
- Super Lemon Haze: This Sativa-dominant hybrid strain has a similar flavor profile with a mix of citrus and pine notes. It has a higher THC content (up to 25%) and is known for its energetic and uplifting effects.
- Sour Diesel: This strain has a similar lineage to Sage N’ Sour with its cross of Sour Diesel and an unknown strain. It has a more fuel-like aroma and flavor and is also a Sativa-dominant hybrid. Sour Diesel is known for its long-lasting and cerebral effects.
- Green Crack: Another Sativa-dominant hybrid strain with a similarly energetic and uplifting effect. It has a fruity and sweet aroma and flavor profile with notes of mango and pineapple. It also has a high THC content (up to 24%) and is a popular choice for daytime use.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Sage N’ Sour an indica or sativa strain?
Sage N’ Sour is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain, with a genetic makeup of about 75% sativa and 25% indica.
What are the effects of La Cerise Sur Le Funday?
The effects of La Cerise Sur Le Funday are typically energizing and uplifting, with a cerebral high that can lead to increased focus and creativity. Entities: energizing, uplifting, cerebral high, increased focus, creativity.
What is La Cerise Sur Le Funday (Sage N’ Sour) strain?
La Cerise Sur Le Funday (Sage N’ Sour) is a hybrid cannabis strain that is a cross between Sour Diesel and Sage.
2 thoughts on “La Cerise Sur Le Funday (Sage N’ Sour) Strain Review (Fleurs De Lise)”
you give this strain a 7/10 and say it is “outstanding”?
SQDC —> my 3.5 g pouch actually weighs 2.8 g. Where’s the rest (0.7 g)??