After Eighth by Victoria Cannabis Company

Published on April 12, 2024 by David Wylie

After Eighth by Victoria Cannabis Company Photo: Jenny Neufeld/the oz.

After Eighth by Victoria Cannabis Company is a good smoke.

It’s named after the classic thin mint chocolates, but it’s more like biscuits and lavender. As soon as I tore into the bag, the room started to fill up with a loud smell.

The seven-gram bag were made up of two big buds and some little ones to top it off. It came in just under weight. The buds are nicely trimmed and quite fluffy looking.

Out of the bag it’s a bit on the dry side and burns quickly with salt and pepper ash.

This is creeper weed; it took about 10 minutes before really feeling the potent effects.

The Cookies S1/Legends OG cross is a Sativa-dominant Hybrid that’s high in Linalool, Limonene, and Caryophyllene. It’s 29.21% THC with 1.82% Terpenes.

Something VCC does very well is provides a lot of information about its cannabis on the label as well as on its website.

After Eighth comes from Canadian Cannabis Breeder Ryan Lee of Chimera Seeds. It’s grown by Taylor King.

“She is an extremely rare lady in that she is Linalool and Limonene dominant. This combination is seen in less than 1% of bred cannabis populations. Quite simply put, this is an elevated cannabis experience for a refined palate,” says VCC on its website.

The bag says this offering from the BC-based micro is hydroponically grown, hang dried, and hand trimmed.

It has not been irradiated.