Welcome to the list of my current (and past) favorite hemp strains.
I’ve ordered the list by strains that are currently available for purchase first, then strains that are not currently available below.
Strains Currently Available
- The Chardonnay “Top Bud” by CBD Hemp Direct
Chardonnay is a new strain this year from CBD Hemp Direct. It’s awesome. But a few weeks after they released the regular packaged versions of Chardonnay, they released Chardonnay “top buds” aka colas. This is the very top part of a flowering hemp plant. One huge bud made up of smaller buds.
Again, as with some of their other strains, I haven’t heard of the strain before, so I’m assuming it’s new.
Potency: 16% CBD
Smell/taste: Citrus, Diesel, skunk
Effects: Uplifted, calm
- Durban Potion by CBD Hemp Direct
Durban Potion is a new strain this year from CBD Hemp Direct. As with some of their other strains, I haven’t heard of the strain before, so I’m assuming it’s new.
The buds were not too dense, but very big. And very fresh.
Potency: 15% CBD
Smell/taste: skunk, sweet, pine, spicy, earthy
Effects: Relaxed, centered, calm
- P19 by Starseed Botanicals
Starseed botanicals is a newer vendor, and also a grower (like Tweedle Farms). I tried 2 products from them, and they were both really good.
This was my first time trying P19, and it was very nice. Super potent and frosty. Cured really nicely. Fresh. Dense.
Potency: 15% CBD
Smell/taste: pungent, weed/skunk smell, citrus, spicy
Effects: Relaxed, calm
Strains – Currently Not Available
Unfortunately, you can’t currently buy these products at the time of posting, but definitely check the seller’s websites to make sure. It is currently close to harvest time, and I know for sure that some of these will be back in stock.
- Suzy Q by Tweedle Farms
Oh my sweet Suzy Q! How I love you!
I have tried lots of hemp strains, but Suzy Q still holds a place at the top.
It mostly had to do with the fact that Tweedle Farms are actually both growers and sellers. It was ripened, harvested, cured, and packaged soooo fresh! Not to mention, harvested when ripe and cured well. Oh. And it was also greenhouse grown!
I’m hoping they have a lot more of it for this October’s harvest.