AMCO’s Review of Bold’s Atlantic Star Terp [Sugar] This one gram sample was picked up at Suite 443 in Hot Springs. Steep Hill tested it at 71.2% THC on March 14th, 2020.
The Jar Appeal or Look
The look and jar appeal rates 8 out of 10. I cracked the black lid to find a sample the shade of apricot and strangely shaped as a heart. I took two points from the rating because it was not crystalline in structure like sugar normally is. This is almost a wax but is grainy in texture.
The smell rates 7 out of 10. Straight out of the jar pine and gas are the most dominate aromas. There a meek camphor like scent that is reminding of menthol. This sample will be tested on a Ooze glass globe set at 10 watts and a hot dab nail which leads me to the taste.
This rates 6 out of 10 due to a lack of taste. It has a clean almost terpless flavor in the vape so much that I can not pin point a specific flavor. I attempted a second dose with a rice grain sized dose on red hot glass without water in the rig so there would be no filtration of taste. I didn’t taste anything on the inhale but was able to find a light pine and minty wang with the exhale. I believe this could be vaped in a room and no one would know its a cannabis product. I think some how the terps were reduced in production or my tongue is faulty today.
What really counts is the effect, which rates 8.5 out of 10. The body effect is real on this one. I got a nice little tingle that attempts to run my whole body. It’s sensational everywhere but where my neuropathy and complex regional pain syndrome has deteriorated my nerve pathways.
Overall in my high opinion it rates 7.3 . I never got an easing of brain fog that seems to get in the way of my focus. The pain relieving capability is good with this product. I find it to be lacking a little something in the terpiness, but just my two cents. I’d love to hear the opinions of others that have tried this one!