Strain Integrity

According to Leafly, ”  From an undisclosed breeder in Willapa Bay, Washington, comes Chocolate Cheesecake, a chocolate-flavored cross between Chocolope, Russian Ghost Ruderalis, and Legacy Skunk. Buds are dark green with vibrant orange hairs, and expect a potent high with a relaxed feeling, making Chocolate Cheesecake great for a lazy afternoon in the park. 

From the OCS, ”  An inspired indica journey awaits with Chocolate Cheesecake. Sprinkled with amber hairs and frosted with trichomes, these buds are loaded with aromas of chocolate and cheese from their caryophyllene, humulene and limonene terpenes. So, put on your comfy pants and add a little sunshine to your day. 

Sun grown Chocolate Cheesecake

Chocolate Cheesecake by Solei (Tilray) packaged on July 6th, 2021, cost $26.50 for 3.5 grams with 19.38% THC and a faint citrus floral hay scent.  Our test amount was 0.26 grams.

Chocolate Cheesecake’s “high” starts with a calming euphoric bliss, which grows with intensity after inhalation ends.   A sense of joyfulness permeates through our consciousness as Chocolate Cheesecake’s warmth wraps arounds us.  Mild relaxing waves of body euphoria ripples over joyful time distortion best enjoyed with the music at full blast.

Twenty minutes into the session, Chocolate Cheesecake is a full body euphoric relaxation topped with a creamy cerebral joyfulness … happiness.  While this Chocolate Cheesecake is not overwhelming, the “high” is a full spectrum high at a medium intensity.

Activity pairing is best in the evenings.  Chocolate Cheesecake by Solei can shine as an after dinner aperitif.


Chocolate Cheesecake by Solei (Tilray)

This review was motivated by BZAM’s Chocolate Cheesecake, which was one of the more memorable strains reviewed.  Solei is a greenhouse Sun grown LP and this Chocolate Cheesecake is at an attractive price point.

THC:  19.38%

Quality:  8.2

Intensity:  8.1

Duration: 8.0

Total:  8.1

Cost:  $26.50 for 3.5 grams

Would we buy this again?  No.  We did, however, really enjoyed this Chocolate Cheesecake and was not disappointed with the purchase.  For us, it is worth paying $10 more for the BZAM’s Chocolate Cheesecake.  But, a Chocolate Cheesecake volume discounted offering could be a “Yes.”

On an investment note, in this latest reporting season, Tilray’s marketshare is shrinking.  Anyone been to business school?  If you did, you would know combining two large businesses we get something smaller.  Simple Corporate Finance 101.  Maybe, Tilray should buy an Alcohol business like Sundial?  The scent of desperation.