This is our first review of Tantalus Labs, a British Columbia LP. Tantalus differentiation is “Sun” grown versus indoor artificial lighting. Packaged on Oct 16, 2019, the buds were still fluffy and squishy, filling the entire container. The scent is faint with hints of citrus and pepper. Our review was based on 0.26 grams with a THC of 13.19% (a bit on the low side). The taste is not harsh.
The high starts with a clear mind and feeling of happiness. There is a growing optimism and euphoria building over the first half hour. Time dilation is strong in this one. But, there is little short term memory lost effect, which makes this strain functional. The first hour will go by quickly as creativity and cerebral stimulation contribute to the dream like bliss. For 13.19% THC, Tantalus Blue Dream effects hit above it’s THC rating.
It is hard to recognize “Happiness” as a cannabis expression. Happiness is probably the least noticeable “High” effect. Unlike “Uplift” marked by increasing heartbeats, happiness has no such physical markers. Under the influence of Blue Dream, social interactions are inspiring and uplifting, which may be a function of happiness and a sense of well being. Blue Dream’s key expression is happiness, for us, followed by euphoria and uplift. This is exactly what you will get with Tantalus Labs … Blue Dream.
Activity pairing can include a broad range of activities around social gatherings and can also serve to get creative work done like writing, drawing, playing music or whatever your creative mind comes up with. If you lack a creative mind, that chore you have been putting off might be a job to tackle for Blue Dream. There’s energy to sustain productive activities. Tantalus Labs’ Blue Dream qualifies as a coffee replacement.
The Blue Dream experience last about three hours. After the second hour, the body can feel a bit tired but nothing overwhelming. There is also a slight decrease in focus creating a haze on the decent to the third hour. The entire 3 day review was very pleasant reminding us of why we liked Blue Dream so much in the past.