Dog Walker Marijuana Strain Review
Name: Dog Walker
From: Growers Outlet
Farm: Dog House Farms
Processor: Cedar Creek Cannabis
Harvest Date: 10/31/16
Content: THC / THCA 34.63% | CBD(G,C,N) .23%
Sample Size: 3.5 grams
Genetics: I found a couple different possibilities. It’s either Albert Walker x WCD710, or possibly Albert Walker x Chem ‘91. Who really knows at this point. Knowing the genetics at this point in the game is simply for posterity sake. It won’t change the experience or the smell or the taste once it’s in our hands. Some people just like to know some shit like that. What’s it look and feel like though?
Appearance and Feels: From the pictures, you can tell this is some nicely trich’d out flower. The calyx is light green with some cucumber looking growths. Just kidding, but when you get up in there with the macro lens on the Canon M3, it definitely looks like some of those leaves could be cucumbers. The pistils range from burnt orange to a nice almond brown. But since you know, a picture is worth a thousand words and all, I won’t take up too much more of your time with mine. Just peep the pics and carry on.
I think that’s what appeals to me about doing these reviews. Not only do I get to poke a bunch of smot all day, but it’s sort of like cloud gazing to me. I’ve probably mentioned this before, but every strain, every batch, every time I review some herb, there’s always something different to see. It’s a very photogenic plant for sure. Not that I’ve ever really taken pictures of other plants, but you know. Shit’s pretty.
Smell: When you open the bag there’s a strong citrus, almost grapefruit aroma. It kind of reminds me of the Pineapple and Grapefruit strains quite a bit for some reason. Either way it smells pretty damn good. When you break the bud apart you get more of a skunky, spicy, almost pungent smell. It also for some reason reminds me of the Star Killer strain from them I recently reviewed. Either way, I’m already liking this more than the Doggie Style strain.
Flavor: For this review, I’ve started my Firefly 2 review also. Vapeworld kicked down a shiny new Firefly 2 to check out, and as I said in my Vapium Summit+ review, this new generation of portable flower vapes really help bring out the terpene profile in the cannabis. It’s a fantastic way to get the weed deed done. The Dog Walker tastes like some chronic skunky bud. It’s got hints of earthy pine and spicy something, but I can’t quite put my finger on it. If I did, it would get all sticky. I will say, there is also a hint of something that gives you a little kick to the throat. I have no idea what it is, but it gives bongrips a little extra bite to it. The Dog Walker likes to make you cough to get off, or at least this particular sample of it. I would have of course, preferred a fresher sample, but when you are weed shopping the Washington I-502 recreational market, sometimes you can’t be too picky.
High: The high is fairly solid, although with test results over 30%, you sort of expect something a bit more potent feeling. But then again, we all know how legit the majority of the test results are in the Washington I-502 recreational market. Until standardization protocols and all that are in place, the numbers will always be unreliable. It’s a good thing for you that people like me exist who do all these dope reviews out of our own pockets so we can all elevate a little. The high though, it’s ok. Not super great like the Star Killer was, but still decent. Of course, if you are a new smoker, take it easy at first. Start small, then work your way up.
Overall: The Cedar Creek Cannabis Dog Walker is pretty decent herb. It’s definitely not the best cannabis I’ve tried out of Cedar Creek, but it’s also not the worst. The smell are taste are ok, and like I said earlier, a newer batch might be much better. We’ll have to see. Until then, the Dog Walker is decent weed, and decent weed is definitely stuff stoners like.
For SSL, I’m Mat Lee.