Today, we’re looking at a brand new product available from Tweedle Farms in Oregon. It’s Suzy Q CBD Flower (15% CBD), and the prices are really good.
I have to say. Since the current market for legal CBD flower is still so small, we’ve been seeing a lot of the same strains floating around lately (Special Sauce, Otto, etc). So it’s pretty awesome to be able to try this new (to me) strain.
I ordered on Sunday, Feb 25th, and the package was delivered on Thursday, Mar 1st.
The package arrived via the USPS, and was a medium sized yellow padded envelope.
As I have started doing every time I get CBD flower in the mail, I brought the package to my nose and took a deep sniff. Nothing.
So I did it again, but this time I squeezed the package and smelled right at the corner… And … Ding, ding, ding! There was that familiar skunky cannabis smell.
Just to be clear, the smell wasn’t obvious at all. I don’t think anyone would ever take the time to grab and squeeze a perfectly normal looking envelope. And even if they did, and opened it. They would find an insert explaining that this product is perfectly legal.
Along with a copy of the lab results for this batch of Suzy Q.
This Suzy Q flower came in a plain black smell proof zip lock bag. Nothing fancy at all.
It was sealed, but I’m assuming there was a puncture hole somewhere in the bag that let the smell out when I squeezed it.
Testing Grade 10/10
Safety testing: yes (+5)
Potency Testing: Yes (+3)
Terpene Analysis: Yes (+2)
First Smell 8/10
The whiff I got from the corner of the envelope was quite strong, but nothing compared to opening up the bag and giving it a true smell test.
And I have to say. This flower is up there in the top 2 to 3 for me for sure. The smell was really nice! Very sweet, very floral, a bit earthy, a bit of fuel (especially when ground), and a bit skunky.
Bud Quality 9/10
After the quick smell test, I poured out the bag of flowers, and I was genuinely surprised. For a $30 half ounce, this flower was turning out to be pretty amazing!
The buds were trimmed very nicely, and the color was excellent.
They weren’t crushed or flattened at all. All buds were in great condition and very fresh looking.
And upon closer inspection, there are tons of visible trichomes full of delicious cannabinoids!
So far, I haven’t found any seeds 🙁 . And for me, that’s not awesome, but I realize it’s definitely a plus for most.
Vaping Taste 9/10
I don’t know if it’s because I’ve gotten used to the flavor of Cherry Wine and Therapy Tea lately or what, but the taste of this Suzy Q was so amazing and refreshing!
The vaping taste is super floral and sweet. I got a hint of citrus and also a hint of lavender. But there was a really familiar taste that I still can’t quite put my finger on. If anyone else has tried this flower, please post a comment and let us know your thoughts.
I can also tell that the concentration of cannabinoids is pretty high because vaping sessions are relatively long.
The effects of Suzy Q are very nice. It’s hard not to call it a “high”, because even though you’re not getting that typical heavy psychoactive THC effect, there is definitely a feeling. Call it “high”, call it “medicated”, or whatever you want. The bottom line is you get all the awesome benefits of CBD, a tiny hint of THC, and
the benefits of all the other cannabinoids and terpenes.
This strain is a hybrid, but the effects are relaxing and also uplifting. It would definitely be a good daytime strain.
Overall Value 9/10
I had no idea what to expect when I bought this flower.
$30 $50 for a half ounce is SO cheap a decent price! You can also get a whole ounce for just $50 $100! I am so tempted to just give this a 10/10 for overall value, but I only hesitate because I know there are tons more amazing products to come.
So it’s a 9. Bottom line is, this is a really great product at a really great price. Go get some and let all of us know what you thought.
By the way, here’s a link to Tweedle Farms: https://tweedlefarms.com/
Tweedle Farms gave out a discount code for 25% off over on Reddit.com/r/CBDFlower. They have actually answered several questions over there, and they seem to be the real deal. An actual farm that sells CBD Flower (as opposed to someone buying a ton of flower in bulk and re-selling it).