What is The Heirloom Collective?
The Heirloom Collective is a visionary company based in Bernardston, MA, fueled by a mission to provide craft-quality cannabis, uniting the latest technological innovations with the experience of national cultivators and legends in the industry, such as Ethos, Archive Seeds, and Cannarado in a state-of-the-art facility. A “Gently Grown” approach from seed to weed helps plants thrive. The result is cannabis cultivation and seed propagation that produces cannabis strains as unique as those who appreciate them.
Top 5 Best Heirloom Collective Strains
1. Mandarin Cookies
Mandarin Cookies, also dubbed “Mandarin Mints,” is a 70% sativa – 30% indica hybrid that brings a calm and mellow high. This strain has the scent and flavor of orange/citrus, thanks to the dominant terpene, Limonene, plus a bottom note of pepper from Caryophyllene. It provides a positive buzz that’s focused and uplifted yet calm and comes in at an average THC content of 18% – 26%, with a lineage of Forum Cut Cookies and Mandarin Sunset. In addition, it offers relief from anxiety/depression, ADHD, and headaches. Picture bud with elongated pepper-shaped olive green nugs, thick yellow-orange hairs, and a coating of tiny, frosty white crystal trichomes.
2. Citral Glue
Get sticky with this juicy sativa-dominant hybrid, brought forth from a parentage of GG #4 and Citral Skunk, and possessing a sweet 22% – 24% THC content. The dominant terpene, Caryophyllene, imparts a delectably peppery and spicy taste and aroma profile that unites notes of skunk, citrus, and earthy notes. Citral Glue is fine for day or night, offering calm yet uplifting mental effects. It has anti-inflammatory benefits, which is why many enthusiasts credit it for helping ease minor aches and pains. It also relieves stress, supports a sunny outlook, and enhances creativity. Picture fantastically frosty-looking, bright-green buds adorned with rich trichomes on the invitingly open calyxes.
Read more: Citral Glue Strain Breakdown
3. Kitchen Sink
A beautifully balanced 50%/50% sativa and indica strain produced by uniting GMO Cookies and Sundae Driver; as the name implies, it brings the whole toolkit, including the Kitchen Sink. Experience a mental buzz that confers a feeling of well-being and creativity with a body high that’s relaxing and long-lasting. Coming in with a solid THC content averaging around 19%, Kitchen Sink has enthusiasts praising it as a panacea for headaches, depression, and easing bodily discomfort, all while offering a sweet vanilla flavor with hints of nuts and fruit, complemented with earthy undertones. This beauty has long, tapered olive green buds highlighted with blue tones and pale orange hairs; it’s adorned with a coating of frosty white crystal trichomes.
4. Grape Pie
Pucker up and experience the sugary and tart grape taste and aroma of this delectable strain that’s 70% indica – 30% sativa. From the lineage of Grape Stomper and Cherry Pie, it has an average THC of 18% – 22% and has had many a fan nicely baked. The dominant terpene is Myrcene, followed by Caryophyllene and Limonene. Many laud this strain for offering relief from anxiety and stress. It’s perfect for profound relaxation coupled with a mild euphoric effect. So, consider Grape Pie when you want to binge-watch flicks or dive into a deep conversation.
Similar strain: Double Grape Strain
5. GG #4
Call this weed “Gorilla Glue,” “GG4,” or “Original Glue,” it sticks with aficionados. Its lineage is Sour Diesel, Sour Dubb, Chem’s Sister, and Chocolate Diesel, with an average THC content of 25% – 28%. A 60% indica – 40% sativa hybrid, GG #4 sticks users to the spot with a long-lasting buzz that begins with a buzzy mind high, followed by deep body bliss. Helpful in overcoming insomnia, chronic pain, stress/depression, muscle spasms, and nausea. This bud’s taste profile glues diesel, chocolate, and mocha notes with a scent profile presenting heady diesel and sweet-sour notes. It sports buds with olive green nugs highlighted with purple undertones and a sticky frosty coating of tiny white crystal trichomes.