The White Rhino strain was originally cultivated in the Gulf Islands before becoming popular across the rest of Canada. As mentioned, it was created by mixing White Widow with North American Indica which has always made it a popular choice among users looking for a heavy dose of relaxation.
White Rhino is known for its fruity aromas (thanks to a combination of terpenes) that include blueberries and mangos (myrcene), green grapes (alpha-pinene), and Thai basil (caryophyllene).
Pure Sunfarms describes their White Rhino strain as being carefully trimmed, hand-groomed, dried and cured to precise standards. The bud is suppose to be covered in a snowy layer of trichomes, with the leaves showcasing a variety of colours, ranging from sea green to lime peel, with splashes of purple.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived in an industry standard medium size green bag with zipper seal. Opening the bag released a moderately strong aroma of sweet pine. But we really had to shove our heads in the bag and inhale deeply to get a full sense of the smell. The smell was pleasant just not what we were expecting based off White Rhino’s description.
Visually this bud looks great and this may be the products greatest benefit. Well groomed with a few dry flakes. White Rhino from Pure Sunfarms has a truly impressive appearance with its dark purple specks and bright green leaves. The crackling orange hairs and frosty trichome coverage leave us wanting to admire these buds longer. Visually this product looks great even though it’s a bit dry.
As quickly as the White Rhino arrived, it also left. That’s what can be said for the aroma and flavour. While it does have a pleasing sweet piney flavour, that seems to disappear very quickly when smoking and is easily forgotten. There is nothing memorable about the flavour.
This ride from Pure Sunfarms courtesy of the White Rhino strain was a bit of disappointment. At best this product delivers a really weak mental high with mild body tingles. Despite the numbers printed on the outside package, the experience was kind of forgettable… much like the smell and flavour. There is better products out there (even from Pure Sunfarms themselves… like their Blueberry Kush) even if you’re on a tight budget.