Ogen’s Freshly Baked #76 is a sativa-dominant strain with it’s lineage connected to the sweet tasting cake family, we weren’t able to find much information on this cultivar.
On their website, Ogen describes the aroma and flavour as a combination of gas, warm sweet cream and subtle hints of spice. The buds are dense, bright coloured and covered in a layer of trichomes that resembles frosting. Earlier this year we reviewed Ogen’s Lemon Z strain and thought it was good, so how does Freshly Baked #76 compare?
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived from Ogen in a plastic container that resembled a spice jar. We popped open the lid and were met with a delicious smell that matched the name nicely. Very strong aroma that reminded us of something like fresh flowers and sweet bread.
Freshly Baked #76 had a nice appearance and seemed relatively fresh even though no humidity pack was in the container. The buds themselves were small but loaded with colour. There were plenty of orange hairs covering these bright green buds which also had a nice trichome layer. While some of the buds were a tad stemmy and leafy, for the most part they were fine.
We thought the flavour profile might follow a similar sweet floral pattern as the aroma did, but we found this strain had more of a sweet gassy flavour that hit hard and tastes great. Interestingly, both the gas and floral seem equally balanced when you smoke.
Ogen’s Freshly Baked #76 strain is listed as having 23.0% THC content and priced at $39.95 for 3.5 grams. We found it delivered a strong but not overpowering high that included a combination of mental clarity that was uplifting and a mild body buzz focused around the face. Overall the high was nice but the product cost seems a bit expensive. However if you’re looking for a nice daytime sativa, this might be one to check.