Top Leaf Northern Lights Review

Northern Lights is an indica strain that was created by crossing Afghani with Thai. The end result is a plant that produces euphoric effects felt firmly throughout the body, relaxing muscles and easing the mind. So how does Top Leaf's Northern Lights measure up?

Northern Lights is a world traveller and legendary friend to all smokers. Northern Lights is an indica dominate strain – proud and powerful, sturdy and strong. So we were thrilled to learn that Top Leaf is now producing this classic.

Read our review and see the photos below.

Smell

With our fingers crossed for Top Leaf Northern Lights, we opened the container to greet a clearly identifiable smell of fresh pine needles hinting of what’s to come.

Appearance

Taking a look inside, we excitedly studied the bright-green, orange pistil hairs plastered within small to medium-sized spongy buds.

Flavour

The bud when smoked is thoroughly enjoyed due to its smooth pine and lemon citrus combo which balances well.

Experience

Things just keep getting better with Top Leaf’s strain of Northern Lights. The high is very strong and heavy making one sluggish physically while the mind is kept clear.

Summary
The identifiable smell of fresh pine needles hints of what's to come with this bright-green, orange pestil plastered, small to medium-sized spongy buds. A smooth pine and lemon citrus combo when smoked is thoroughly enjoyed when causing a very strong heavy clear-minded buzz.
Good
  • Wonderful experience with this strain and brand
  • Classic pine smell, better taste!
  • Plump-looking boulder buds
Bad
  • No moisture pack
  • Heavy container for its size
  • High quality is reflected in the price
7.8
Cooked
Smell - 7.6
Appearance - 7.8
Flavour - 8
Experience - 7.7
David Kline
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Since high school my friends and I have been recreational cannabis users so we decided to start Cannibros after legalization in 2019. We review and photograph the different products then share them on this website. The rating system we use is called “SAFE” which stands for Smell, Appearance, Flavour and Experience. Each category gets a score out of 10.

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