Crockett's Sour Tangie
About Crockett's Sour Tangie
An offshoot of the famed DNA Genetics, Crockett Family Farms is making some major moves in the industry, and with strains like Crockett’s Sour Tangie, it’s no surprise that they’re positioned to become a household name. Aiming to improve upon what many would already call perfection, they crossed Tangie with East Coast Sour Diesel and ended up with a true winner. Mostly sativa in nature, this hybrid highlights both the new and well-known aspects of cannabis to develop something truly special.
Mild enough for most users, Crockett’s Sour Tangie averages at 19% THC and while her effects can likely be tolerated by newer smokers, her flavors are another matter. These light green nugs feature a pretty typical array of orange pistils and dense trichome coverage, but one puff might just cause your head to spin. Incredibly intense notes of diesel and mandarin oranges come together for a zesty smoke, to say the least, with an aroma that permeates the air long after you’re done. If you think you can handle it, we challenge you to take a few tokes and see what you think.
Assuming you’ve gotten past her taste, Crockett’s Sour Tangie only continues your adventure with a high that’s filled with effects primed to get you through the day with ease. Many users find that she’s incredibly uplifting, infusing joy into every cell in your body, and while you’ll be floating on cloud nine, it’s likely that you can still remain fairly functional.
Rather than acting as a concentrated energy drink, this bud will instead pull away the dark curtains to allow you to see the happiness that’s already present with enough desire to make the most of your day. For some, Crockett’s Sour Tangie offers a comedown that’s rather relaxing, so if your timing is right, you can conquer the day before spending some chill time with friends.
Seeds of this strain appear to be sold out just about everywhere, but if you are able to find some, keep in mind that there are actually two phenotypes of this plant. Both grow roughly the same, finishing in about 9 weeks and ending up quite big and tall. Home cultivators who are working with limited amounts of space should consider their plans very carefully before planting, but if you’re opting for an outdoor situation, you’ll probably be just fine. Yields tend to be rather high and many like to use the flower for extracts due to her high resin content.
Perhaps it’s her effects that caught your eye or it was her intense flavors that you just had to get your hands on, but whatever the case may be, we’d advise stocking up on Crockett’s Sour Tangie the next time you see her. Enjoy a toke during a Saturday to see what fun plans might unfold or integrate her into your typical workweek routine for a bit of pep in your step.