Nose: The nose was deep and rich with a tiny bit of spicy citrus and a sweet and sour musky fruit. It was even more pungent when I opened it up and it really maintained the pungency.
Stickiness/Moisture: The moisture level was awesome, and it was quite a bit sticky.
Taste: There was lots of flavour to it that lasted as well. I got a sour fruit, some pie, and a bit of spicy mint from it.
Burn: The burn was great. I got lots of smoke and it had a nice light ash. It was a beauty smoke.
Potency/Effects: I got a tiny bit of a hit from it, but I could really feel it build up into a great potency level for me. It was relaxing and it made me want to chill out. It was a great all-over heavy buzz that slowed things down a bit. It would be good for nighttime.
Triceratops strain is a rare and mysterious strain of unknown origin. The nose has a delightful sweet orange scent, while the dry toke is light, sweet, orange, and piney. The smoke is smooth and creamy with the same orange flavours coming through. The buds are dense with lighter shades of purple throughout. It seems this strain is more Indica-leaning; the high is extremely relaxing and very potent. Triceratops will induce hunger, so have snacks handy.
Despite Triceratops strain being an indica dominant strain, this strain has typical hybrid effects that come almost immediately. As the high takes hold, you can expect both cerebral effects as well as a mild body buzz. Users describe the cerebral effect as one that somewhat distorts your sensory perceptions, such as distorted sound or vision. Conversations will flow a bit easier and more natural. Eventually the body effects will take over and users will feel a lot more relaxed. As time progresses, their bodies will feel a lot more heavier and you’re less likely to want to do anything physical at this point. Couch lock will be very unlikely, however, as this strain does not pack too much THC. We recommend this strain for night time use.