BZAM Cannabis describes their Nut Butter strain as “a lip-smacking strain with very strong THC, grape-shaped flowers and red-orange pistils smothered in white and purple crystals”.
This indica-dominant strain was created by crossing Mendobreath F2 and The White to produce a smooth taste with high THC and low CBD. On their website BZAM explains how the sweet and nutty flavour Nut Butter delivers is the result of it’s terpene mix which includes myrcene, limonene and linalool.
Everything sounds nice, but how does it smoke?
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived in a small black bag with zipper seal. Opening the back and inhaling deeply… at first we were not sure what to make of the aroma. We’ve never smelled anything like this before. It was a fusion of sweet and sour which tapers off into black pepper territory.
These buds look quite nice, despite all the dry flakes. Creeping orange and white hairs, nice checker pattern of green tones, and a through coating of trichomes. It is hard to describe the touch of this bud. It didn’t feel like a plant but more like a soft fabric … which could be due to the product being a bit stale. The package indicated the bud was harvested in October 2020, packaged in December 2020, and purchased in June 2021. Plus the bag did not have a moisture pack or terpene shield.
We tend to test a 1-paper joint in the morning, then try a 2-paper joint later the same day to solidify our interpretations of the findings. With a very dominant sweet and sour lemon profile, it isn’t complete without a mild peppery aftertaste.
Nut Butter from BZAM Cannabis delivered a buzz that honestly felt a little lack luster. Like how the smell and flavour were okay but nothing wonderful… similar words could be said about the high. It felt mild to strong on the mind causing little to no distraction while producing a moderate relaxing tingle on the body.