According to the OCS website, ” Spicy notes of cinnamon combine with sweet fruity undertones to create a strain that tastes as good as it looks. With its large, dense, frosty buds – Peggy’s Pride is sure to leave an impression. Spicy notes of cinnamon combine with sweet fruity undertones to create a strain that tastes as good as it looks. Hand dried and hand trimmed to preserve aroma and flavors. ”
A world of sunshine
Peggy’s Pride by Msiku packaged on July 3, 2020, this strain cost $46.95 for 3.5 grams with 22.2% THC and an amazing scent. Our test amount was 0.26 gram.
This is a sativa “high” that starts 5 minutes after the inhalation session ends. After inhalation, the “high” was barely noticeable but we could feel the increasing sensory awareness. The “lift” continues for about 10 minutes as the intensity of heightened sensory awareness starts to multiplex sound into a series of separate audio channels … we have mild auditory effects.
This is the land of uber SativaVille. This Peggy’s Pride is a psychedelic delivering a pristine sunny ambiance overflowing with optimism in a timeless state is an amazing way to start the day. At the 20 minute mark, we notice mild chromatic aberrations with a warmer hue, which compliments very nicely the radiating joy. The entire experience is a satisfying two hours and another relaxing calm state for another hour.
Activity pairing for us is best with a cup of coffee/tea to start the day. For reference, other similar strains are Broken Coast’s Moresby and WMMC’s Chocolope. Peggy’s Pride, Moresby and Chocolope are amazing strains with strong antidepressants effects just like a ray of sunshine on a cloudy day.
Peggy’s Pride by Msiku
Peggy’s Pride by Msiku is a Sativa with a unique blend of Sativa expressions. We confess that we were predisposed to liking the strain even before we tried it. The visual appeal and scent was dripping with quality. The price is on par with Broken Coast and so is the quality.
Cost: $46.95 for 3.5 grams
Would we buy this again? Yes. There are a few strains that fall into the psychedelic category. There are Broken Coast’s Ruxton and WMMC’s Sour Jack and Qwest’s MAC 1 to name a few. These strains have multi-channel audio enhancements and visual chromatic aberrations effects. And, they are really expensive. These strains are very special treats.
On an investment note, Msiku is a Brand from a new LP, AtlantiCann Medical, majority owned by the Mi’kmaq First Nations of Nova Scotia. MJardin Group, a company with experience cultivating cannabis in Colorado, owns 39 per cent. Msiku represents a three way partnership between 13 Mi’kmaw communities (51%) , Mjardin (38%) and Halef (10%). We welcome “Msiku” to the Canadian cannabis market. Maybe not being first is a good idea as Msiku enters a more mature legal cannabis environment?