Sour Tangie is a sativa-dominant hybrid with two well known parents. Created by prolific cannabis breeders DNA Genetics, it is a cross between East Coast Sour Diesel and cult favorite Tangie. In addition to mentally focused effects, the strain offers a bold citrus flavor profile. Sour Tangie’s THC content has been measured at between 15% and an insane 30%. Sour Tangie establishes its appeal right away with larger than average buds that range in shape, depending on the phenotype, from long and cylindrical to short and tapered. They have a characteristically loose and fluffy sativa structure, with long, wispy leaves. These leaves are a patchwork of dark and bright green and are threaded through with neon orange pistils. Cloudy white trichomes finish off these impressive flowers, making them very sticky to the touch and difficult to break apart without a grinder.
A first inspection of flowers of Sour Tangie may pick up on some fruity, citrus notes. A second whiff, meanwhile, might detect a strong diesel aroma, picked up form parent strain ECSD. Grinding up or picking apart these leafy buds can release more of a hashy, sandalwood-like odor. When Sour Tangie is combusted, it burns with a smoke that is, unsurprisingly, sour, but also smooth and easy on the lungs. On the exhale, this aromatic smoke leaves behind a spicy, orange-tinged flavor.