This is our first Wagners review and we were unable to find much information on the Cherry Jam strain except from their website description.
Wagners describes Cherry Jam as a hybrid strain that produces a smell similar to sweet fruit with subtle skunky undertones and noticeable contrast between light and deep greens tones that are broken up by specks of purple to create a camouflage pattern. In terms of flavour profile, they describe it as sour cherry combined with rich dried fruit. Since this plant is a sativa-indica hybrid it delivers a balanced physical and cerebral high.
This sounds great, but how does Wangers Cherry Jam smoke?
Check our review, rating and photos below.
This is our first Wagners review so we didn’t know what to expect from their Cherry Jam strain. When we opened their resealable pouch we expected to get punched in the face with a sweet aroma however the smell was almost non-existent. What we could detect was a faint musky earth smell with very mild undertones of berries. Not bad, but certainly not was we expected.
Cherry Jam’s appearance made up for it’s lack of smell. Beautifully trimmed, lovely and compact, these buds are very pleasing from top to bottom. The green canvas kept our eyes busy jumping between the compact nature of the leaves, light and dark greens interwoven with and purple hues. Plus the lightening-like red-brown hairs that protrude from a thick trichome layer spread evenly throughout. The only compliant would be the dryness of the buds.
We have to give credit where credit is due – Wagners Cherry Jam does actually tastes like a cherry jam so they did a great job on the naming the product. However the flavour profile still felt very weak compared to other cherry strains we’ve reviewed. Could a moisture pack or terpene shield improve the smell and flavour?
Overall Cherry Jam from Wangers is good (not great) product. We found the high it delivered was a touch above average and blended well between a mild tranquil mental state and mellow body vibes. This one won’t overpower you, but if balanced is what you’re looking for then Cherry Jam might be worth a try.