About Mango Brulee
Mango Brulee is a cross between Mango and Blue Dream strains, bred exclusively by the Monterey Kush Co. out of Los Angeles. It is Sativa-dominant, though the exact proportions vary. Only dispensaries confirmed by the breeder are allowed to sell Mango Brulee. But if you can get a handle on the strain, you’re in for a rush of happy energy and relaxation that pairs well with hanging out and doing crafts. Continue reading if you want to learn more about this depression-evaporating, colorful plant.
Mango Brulee’s effects start very slowly – this strain is a classic creeper. The buds come in dark green with dark, amber-colored pistils and an even coating of tiny white-yellow trichomes. As you roll the nugs in your hands, you’ll get whiffs of sour tanginess, like a combination of citrus and tropical mangoes. You may also detect Pinene, one of the strain’s dominant terpenes, which comes out in a scent of mountain trees that we think adds to the strain’s therapeutic value. Users experienced with the Banana Pudding strain know basically what to expect from Mango Brulee.
Anyone can use Mango Brulee, including those who like to smoke alone. However, we recommend the strain for people who have a “smoke circle,” a group of friends who get together to enjoy the social, euphoria-inducing aspects of their favorite cannabis strains. In that situation, Mango Brulee is a fruity king, offering powerful relaxation combined with giggly sociability. Whether you fear social situations or thrive in them, Mango Brulee has a lot to offer.
Relaxing at home, watching a game with friends, playing video games, getting caught up on your art projects, knitting, doing yoga, and more can be easier and more enjoyable using Mango Brulee. Its effects are creativity-inducing, friendship-enhancing, and euphoria-enabling, especially if you find yourself depressed after long days at work. However, we can’t recommend this strain for those looking for a sleep aid — it’s more energizing than sleep-inducing. You’ll be sitting on the front of your couch, speedily cleaning your apartment, or going outside and enjoying the day on a dose of Mango Brulee. Insomniacs should look elsewhere.
With a THC average of around 24%, the Mango Brulee strain doesn’t play around. However, its sweet and sour terpene profile, with a hint of pine, is very accessible. If you find yourself in a slump after your long week, prone to depression, or suffering from pain, Mango Brulee can have you thinking about friends, games, and food instead.