According to Leafly, “ Ethos celebrates some genetics that paved the way for modern-day growing with this mix of legendary old school strains: 1994 Super Skunk, 1992 OG Kush, and a 1970s cut of Afghan Kush. Grandpa’s Stash has big beautiful buds that range in hues from light green to purple with a low amount of fan leaves. This stinky strain is heavy with a sweet skunky aroma that blends well with rich flavors of incense and pine. Great for a sunny afternoon adventure, Grandpa’s Stash’ balanced high will putting your head in the clouds and your body at ease. ”
From the OCS website, ” Grandpa’s Stash is an indica-dominant hybrid known for its THC content. With a flavourful terpene profile, Grandpa’s Stash contains 1.54% myrcene and 4.33% caryophyllene, creating an earthy, woody aroma with bright hints of citrus. ”
An oasis of blissfulness
Grandpa’s Stash from CannMart (Namaste) packaged on September 4, 2020, cost $44.95 for 3.5 grams with 18.21% THC and a faint musky floral scent. Our test amount was 0.26 grams.
The “high” starts during inhalation session with a warm euphoric awakening. We observe our Indica experience typically starts with reality receding as we get absorbed into a cocoon of blissfulness. And, that is exactly what Grandpa’s Stash is doing. Ten minutes into the session, we are fully in Grandpa’s warm embrace melting our stress away. Happiness is in great abundance and life is good. Da magic carpet has arrived.
While we were disappointed with the low 18.21% THC given the price, this Grandpa’s Stash delivered the goods. The “high” was a full bodied and full spectrum experience. There’s copious amount of time dilation running on half baked memory decoupling us from reality. This rendition of Grandpa’s Stash is hitting above its THC level, which is a rare phenomenon.
Activity pairing is best for the evening time slots. Grandpa’s Stash is perfect for the “Me” time. This strain’s strong destressing effect is an oasis at the end of a long hard day.
Grandpa’s Stash by CannMart (Namaste)
Grandpa’s Stash by CannMart (Namaste) delivered a decent “high.” While we enjoyed the “high,” given it cost $44.95 for 3.5 grams, we really think the THC should be at a minimum above 20%. But, we did enjoyed the Grandpa’s Stash’s “high.”
Cost: $44.95 for 3.5 grams
Would we buy this again? No, because it is too expensive. UP20 has thrown the THC gauntlet down with everything they sell at 20% THC, or more, costing less than $30 for 3.5 grams. And, the UP20 products are also Terpene rich. In our humble opinion, however, Namaste has one of the best onboarding medical service in the industry, which we used for our medical scripts.
On an investment note, Namaste and Sundial are engaged in an EPIC corporate battle worthy of a mini-tv series. While Namaste was in the process of restructuring their debt with their debtholders, Sundial came and bought Namaste’s debt from the debtholders at a discount and now have put a demand of payment without negotiations to Namaste, which is just nasty. It does not get any better than this. Take a Public company out by buying their debt at a discount is simply “Brilliant” investment banking 101.
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