Lemon Riot Vape
Strain or Product Name: Lemon Riot Vape
Labeled as: 70-80% THC (700-800mg/g) and 1% CBD (< 10mg/g)
Rated 1 (low score) to 5 (high score)
Packaging/Weight: Will rate this category a 3.5. The cartridge came in a bright yellow plastic container, which was bulky but is required by regulation. Both the package and cartridge had the required warnings and labels. The unit easily screwed onto the rechargeable pen and is breath activated. However, the pen did have a tendency to clog up but worked well otherwise.
Look: Rating this category a 4. The concentrate was a dark amber colour and was fairly clear with no contaminates seen. The cartridge was full and looked to be intact, with no leaking of any kind.
Smell: Giving this category a 2.5, for a neutral result. It is difficult to smell concentrates normally, as they have little odour and the cartridge is a sealed unit. However, the top three terpenes in this strain are myrcene, caryophyllene and humulene. Although this product is promoted as being lemony, limonene is the fifth dominant terpene in this profile.
Taste: For this category, I’ll rate it a 2. The exhaled flavour was strong, maybe even bitter. I detected no lemon in the flavour which was disappointing, as this is my favourite terpene. I felt it was spice or pine that was more obvious.
Effects: Rating this a 4. The sativa dominant strain, mixed with the uplifting terpenes provided a strong effect, which happened quickly but lasted a short time. (individual results will vary).
This lemon riot concentrate was made using a broad-spectrum CO2 extraction method and each cartridge is assembles with both glass and ceramic components. Manufactured from a single-strain extract from the whole flower and shake. This indoor strain, called Raskal OG, is bred by crossing OG Kush and SFV OG Kush. The product has no additives, no fillers and no added flavouring. Each cartridge is 0.5 grams and is compatible with a 510 power supply.
Overall, I enjoyed the effects of this product and thought the format was very convenient. Although, I would prefer the concentrate tasted more like lemon or citrus. Visit their website to see the certification and test results.
This review was written by Kelly Gibson, copycontractor.com.