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Flower Review: Hoof


  • Phillip Danner

Strain name: Hoof

Grown by: Elite Leaf

Acquired from: Elite Leaf

Date acquired: Feb. 14

THC/CBD percentages:  26.1 percent/0.14 percent (per F.A.S.T. Laboratories/Research)

Physical traits: Purple and light green with dark, wiry stigmas and powdered with trichomes

Bouquet: sweet and earthy

Review: This hybrid flower is a cross between two strains I’ve never had before, Nom Nom (pink cut) and Thug Pug, but I’ve learned from previous visits to Elite Leaf to trust that they know what they’re doing. This one was deceptive at first, with no immediate effects and then mellow ones, so I kept hitting it — a mistake. After a few minutes, it all hit me at once and I was hanging on tightly for a few minutes for fear of being trampled. Fortunately, the feeling evened out and I became functional again after another short while. I don’t know that I’ve ever experienced cannabis quite like it, but that’s not a bad thing. Once accustomed to it, I was productive in a way that I usually only get from strong citrus strains but also with an energetic euphoria. I experienced a somewhat similar sensation from Elite Leaf’s Bling Cherries strain and a more sedate feeling from its Topanga Canyon run. It also has some of the best Purple Punch I’ve ever tasted at great prices. Who knows what else it has up its sleeve, but I’m eager to find out.

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