About Orange Harambe
Bold flavors and even bolder effects are the main themes behind Orange Harambe, an evenly balanced hybrid from Ethos Genetics. This Colorado breeder crossed Harambe with their very own special strain dubbed Mandarin Sunset to result in a bud that’s ideal for more experienced smokers. Let the cares of the day wash away and consider it a challenge to see how long you stay awake with this often sedating strain.
Although she averages at 21% THC, Orange Harambe can top out at 26% and take even seasoned users on a wild ride. Her flower is quite sticky and chunky nugs feature darker shades of green that are accented by bright orange pistils. Tiny amber trichomes complete the look and offer users everything they want when it comes to a visually appealing strain. If you’re into uniquely crafted cannabis, you’ll likely enjoy this bud’s flavors and aromas, which blend sour citrus, spices, and tropical fruit with bold notes of skunk.
Most individuals find that Orange Harambe offers the perfect balance of bright and uplifting effects with physical relaxation that’s great for the end of a long day. Take a few tokes and experience a burst of happiness that most people report as incredibly euphoric, then wait for a few minutes for things to get mellow. More often than not, this bud will come on strong with wave after wave of warming tingles that eventually entice you to sink into the couch. A small number of people might notice an uptick in arousal but they usually don’t have enough energy to do much about it.
As we’ve seen time and time again, Ethos Genetics isn’t too keen on providing home cultivators with tips and tricks related to their strains. While it appears that seeds of Orange Harambe were at one point available to purchase online, they now seem to be sold out. Ethos themselves doesn’t offer much in the way of growing information, but other sources report that this strain takes 8 to 9 weeks to mature and will offer up a decently sized yield. In general, she’s said to be a relatively easy to grow strain, but that doesn’t matter much if you can’t even track down seeds or clones.
All in all, Orange Harambe deserves the infamous reputation that she’s earned based upon her genetics. For those who have tried her, we’d guess that she’s become one of your usual favorites due to her bold flavors and amazing effects. Seasoned cannabis lovers who are looking to change up their usual hybrid selections would be wise to take a chance on this strain, because who knows how much longer she’ll even be around?