Strain Integrity

From Leafly, ” DelaHaze by Paradise Seeds is a 70% sativa strain bred from Mango Haze and California Lemon Skunk genetics. To the delight of commercial growers, DelaHaze has the energetic effect profile of a Haze sativa while still offering sizeable yields and a moderate flowering time. Mango and citrus notes express themselves loudly and bring a sweet overtone to the strain’s earthy, spicy aroma. Staying true to its Haze genetics, this sativa delivers uplifting cerebral energy that fuels creativity, focus, and happiness, and then tapers into calm relaxation in time.

According to the OCS website, ” Delahaze is a high-THC sativa strain, known for its scent and flavour. This light green, cone-shaped bud is streaked with orange hairs and gives off a scent and taste reminiscent of mango and other tropical fruits, due to the high concentration of terpinolene, myrcene, and pinene terpenes.

Bred by Paradise Seeds ~ A Killa Delahaze

DelaHaze by San Rafael ’71 packaged on July 15, 2020, about 4 months before our purchase, cost $39.95 for 3.5 grams with 21.69% THC and a strong gassy spicy lemon scent that can make a sativa fan salivate.  Our test amount was 0.26 grams.

The “high” comes on like a Ninja.  Without warning, the light euphoria at the start turned into a tsunami crashing on top of us.  Creativity exploded taking control of our universe sending us into the Twilight Zone.  How good is the Delahaze strain?  We lost the first half hour to sparkling creativity with intense time dilation and full short term memory shutdown.

Bred by Paradise Seeds, the same breeder for FLWR’s Delahaze, this rendition by San Rafael ’71 is not a creeper but a tsunami, which is the exact opposite from FLWR.  At the end of the two hours we were a little chilled and our minds a bit hazier.  Both FLWR and SR ’71 renditions of DelaHaze hit hard.

Activity pairing goes well for both day and evening time slots.  The strong vibrant energy works well as an energy pickup with some euphoric and creative entertainment thrown in.  Under the right dosing, DelaHaze by San Rafael ’71 can be weaponized for creative work.


DelaHaze by San Rafael ’71 (Aurora)

This review was motivated by a price drop.  San Rafael ’71 have brought their lineup back with bigger volume options and lower prices.  If you have not tried DelaHaze, this DelaHaze by SR ’71 is a winner and we recommend trying this strain.

THC:  21.69%

Quality:  8.0

Intensity:  8.0

Duration:  8.0

Total:  8.0

Cost:  $39.95 for 3.5 grams

Would we buy this again?  If we want a DelaHaze strain, Yes.  We would buy the large volume offering at a lower price.  While this price is a lot more than Aurora’s Daily Specials of $5 a gram, or less, DelaHaze by SR ’71 delivers a very rich terpene profile with an intense full spectrum “high.”  For the higher price, we get a more refine and intense “high” experience.

On an investment note, Aurora is in a heap of financial trouble from overpaying their acquisitions.  With another major M&A going down between Aphria and Tilray, the danger are the hairballs that maybe inside Tilray, which will not be known until full ownership.  Look at Hexo’s acquisition of UP leading to massive write down and asset sale.  Aphria and Tilray merger will not be any different.  It’s the “Blind leading the Blind” with delusions of grandeur is a very sad sight.  But, you have to try, right?