This Mendo Breath strain review breaks down this Indica-dominant hybrid cultivar produced by Great White North Growers inc under the Kizos brand. It seems that lately, this producer is releasing a whole lot of strains in the SQDC.
This came in with 23% THC, an inconsiderable amount of CBD, and a whole lot of leaves and stems. Below is a more in-depth breakdown of this Mendo Breath.
Lineage: OG Kush Breath x Mendo Montage
Terpene Profile: Myrcene, limonene, caryophyllene
Pricing Details: Purchased 3.5 grams for $32.20 at the SQDC in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. ($9.20/gram)
These guys had a rough time when it came to bag appeal; way too many issues right from the time I cracked open the seal. The container was full of little pop-corn nugs with stems and leaves coming out of everywhere, it looked like the backyard of a squatter house, it looked like it shouldn’t be sold to a consumer.
The whole thing weighed 3.46 grams, 0.13 of that was straight leaves, stems, and shake, you do the math. The moisture content may have actually been a bit much, I didn’t check the percentage this time around, but it did feel like it was too wet.
Milling the weed with my hands was almost impossible; putting it in the grinder felt like an upper-body workout that included the chest, biceps, and shoulders.
This whole experience is a weird one; it’s rare that the appearance actually gets the worst score, as everything else seemed. The aroma on this was strong, but It wasn’t necessarily my favorite profile. The “meat” lovers would enjoy this. It has a very pungent meat/garlic/cheese smell that spread through my living room instantly!
I keep reading Mendo Breath reviews that mention sugary sweet, vanilla, and even caramel aromas….I didn’t get any of that.
I got some real skunky/cheesy notes on the inhale with some wet towel type of situation on the exhale; this wasn’t pleasant for me. The smoke wasn’t smooth either, and my lungs felt like they were deflated after a few tokes of this Mendo Breath. It felt like this wasn’t cured right, and once again like it shouldn’t be on shelves.
This is a brain-fog, couch-glue, ready-to-crash type of cultivar. DO NOT smoke this if you want to do any type of activity that requires some sort of mental effort, actually, physical as well. I couldn’t focus on anything after smoking this, some people love this sort of high, but it’s not really my thing.
This was not a good experience; I don’t even think that this overall score gives it justice. This is the type of batch that should be used to make a concentrate with, and it shouldn’t be sold as is. I wouldn’t recommend this to anybody.
If you’ve tried this out, let me know how your experience went in the comments below: