Animal Mints from Flowers by Fidels via Dabberchan Inc on 6/4/2020. No THC test results listed as this is traditional market flower. I got the homie hook up on this one, but I can imagine it’s somewhere in the ballpark of $40-55. This batch consisted of essentially one very dense nug that comprised the entire eighter. A true champion nug. The colors are a mix of pear and british racing greens coupled with aubergine and midnight blue, flairs of orange cream pistils, and coating of triches so absurdly thick it obscures the true hues of the budscape beneath.
The nose out of the jar is a rubber funky mustiness with a hint of sweetness. On busting open the bud a sweet fruit with a touch of mint emerges while that mustiness gets pushed to the background as it takes on an acrid electric quality. When breaking open the bud by hand, I get a sweet mint with a near eucalyptus quality on my fingers, while the grinds themselves have this savory sweet quality with a minty back end that reminds me of the mix of sauces you use at a Mongolian BBQ to flavor that heaping bowl of frozen meat and vegetables before a usually tired semi angry man throws it on a giant grill. The dry pull on the joint is a strong sweet fruit with a minty undertone. The inhale is smooth, and has a light musty spice on the bong while the joint is very similar, but has a bit of a rubber lean. The exhale on the bong is a combo of a rubber eraser and sweet creamy mint as where on the joint, it’s essentially the same, but leaves a notably strong cool mint sensation on the tongue. Cross checking the flavors on my MV1 from Ghost Vapes, at 170c I get a heavy pine with a cool mint sensation and at 185c, it flips and it’s more of a strong mint with a piney backside. The headchange absolutely smacks and will leave you in a daze. Within an instant my head felt like it was lighter than air as a haze set in behind my eyes and a weight settled into my shoulders. It’s one of those types of herb that gets you higher than you realize, interfering with basic cognitive function, and you only notice when you try to accomplish simple or familiar tasks and they prove somewhat challenging. Luckily it also hits you with a large dose of a semi-euphoric apathy, so when you do catch yourself making those dumb mistakes, you’ll be able to laugh it off and not really care. I really enjoyed this batch of Animal Mints, it’s especially great as a night cap, as I found myself leaning on it to help end my day more than a few times while it’s been with me. If you’re a fan of Animal Mints and can find them, then I’d recommend copping them ASAP as you will not be dissapointed. Fantastic job once again by FidelHydro, I’m continually impressed by your work and can’t wait to get my hands on more of your library.