Tenzo describes this product as blending the vanilla flavour of Wedding Cake with the sweet grape Purple Punch. The results was a strain with a mellow, earthy strain with sharp gassy highlights and a sweet berry finish. Wedding Crasher is known for it’s frosty dense buds with an array of greens and commonly lavender specks.
So how does Tenzo’s version smoke?
Check our review, rating and photos below.
Tenzo’s Wedding Crasher arrived in what reminded us of a white spice-style container. Pinching the lid off released a strong and intimidate citrusy lemon aroma and sweet purple grapes. Initially the lemon seemed to overpower the grape but within a few minutes that changes and the sweet grape become more prominent.
In terms of appearance, Tenzo did a great job with this product. The buds were all decent size and very dense. Plus, they featured an intriguing collage of greens tones and purple leave tips too. Finally, all of that is wrapped up with a nice smattering of light orange hairs and a very heavy trichome blanket producing a great looking product.
Given the strong smell and lovely appearance we were expecting a comparably strong flavour, however that was not really the case. Overall the taste was underwhelming with the citrus lemon almost nonexistent, the mild purple grape taste is there but wasn’t really “sweet”. Definitely not a smooth smoke either.
Even though we did not love the flavour, Tenzo’s Wedding Crasher still delivered a very strong high. It’s primary impact is a full body-focused feeling as though you’ve worked up a light sweat after a mild jog followed by and a strong mental fog that leaves you feeling relaxed and mellow.