Strain Integrity

According to Leafly, ” Ultra Sour by THSeeds is a tart cross out of Amsterdam. This strain is the product of crossing MK Ultra and East Coast Sour Diesel, creating a sativa-dominant bud with uplifting stimulation and heady euphoria. Ultra Sour smells of pine and diesel, and its buds are deep green with rusty orange pistils. The potent mental effects can be a little daunting for inexperienced consumers, so mind your dosage. Enjoy Ultra Sour as a means to shrug off stress and enhance creativity. 

From the OCS website, ” Haven St. No. 515 Noisy Neighbour is a rare sativa dominant hybrid that is not to be underrated. Pungent lemon, diesel, and pine aromas emerge through deep green buds that are covered in orange pistils and sugary trichomes.

Another Lemon Pledge strain?

Ultra Sour is a loud noisy and busy mental effect strain and fits the name Noisy Neighbours, which is a silly name but it works.   No 515 Noisy Neighbour aka Ultra Sour by Haven St. (TerrAscend) with 22.36% THC packaged on May 29, 2020, has a dense bud structure and strong Lemon Pledge scent exactly like Haven St.’s White Light.  Weird.

The “high” starts mid-way during inhalation session and by the time we finished we could feel the energy building in the distance … an electric storm is coming.   By the ten minute mark, the body sensation of bristling energy and strong tidal pools of creativity engulf us.  Time begins to shift as reality slips our grasp.  Yea mon, dis da good stuff.  Time flies on this strain.  One hour goes by with a blink of an eye.  The second hour zooms by just as fast and we were left relaxed and satisfied.

Is Ultra Sour a Sativa or an Indica?  Seven Oaks (Beleave) has an Ultra Sour classified as an Indica, which we have reviewed.  The “high” between Indica or Sativa Ultra Sour is exactly the same.  We have always looked at Ultra Sour as an Indica with Sativa effects.  Breeders have created strains that blurs the boundaries between Indica and Sativa making these distinctions meaningless.  At the end of the day, we gravitate towards the grower and their herb effects unbounded by strains.

Activity pairing works well with production tasks under the right dosing.  The high THC can be disorienting and counterproductive to getting things done.  This is a wake and bake strain.


No 515 Noisy Neighbour (Ultra Sour) by Haven St. (TerrAscend)

It is beginning to dawn on us, there is a lot of good “Weed” in Canada.  This is another “You got to try this” review.  Accordingly, we recommend you try No 515 Noisy Neighbour by Haven St. as an excellent rendition of Ultra Sour.

THC: 22.36%

Quality: 8.0

Intensity: 8.0

Duration: 8.0

Total: 8.0

Cost: $36.95 for 3.5 grams

Would we but this again?  Maybe.  This is a little pricey and there are very good competitive replacements like DT81 by RIFF for under $10 a gram.  We like Haven St. but there are cheaper and maybe better options.  If you have not tried this strain by Haven St., you should not be disappointed if you like wake and bake.

On an investment note, TerrAscend have been active in raising more capital through non-brokered Private Placement, which we think is the best funding option.  TerrAscend is also one of Canopy River’s portfolio companies along with Gage Cannabis, one of our favourite LP.  As we have said before, Canopy’s tentacles reaches deep into the cannabis industry.   Like it or not, we think it can be a “Win Win” situation for everyone.