Cultivar Review: Pink Certz by Eastwood Gardens

Pink Certz (Grape Gas x The Menthol) by @eastwood_portland @sag_nomids_ ✨

Lineage/Genetics: The Menthol x Grape Gas

Original Breeder: Compound Genetics

Grower: Eastwood Gardens

Terpene Profile: Unknown

Eastwood Gardens Pink Certz Cannabis Cultivar (Strain) Review

Pink Certz has ridiculous bag appeal. The dense, medium-to-large sized nugs are dark violet, almost black, with a blend of some variegated green leafage. A portion of the buds have more green than purple, while others have almost no green at all, giving the cultivar a vivid, polychromatic appearance. Regardless of the hue, every nug is almost wholly enveloped in a thick frosting of trichomes with gigantic resin glands. Short, tangelo-toned pistils emerge here and there, providing an eye-catching contrast 😍

The nose on Pink Certz is magnificent. The overall smell is highly ambrosial and complex. The profile is remarkable for a deep-seated burnt petrol fuel funk with layers of sweet sugar, warm dough, and spice. It also has notes of sweet fermented berries and peppermint that add more intricacy and musk to the profile. I conceptualize the strain as straight gasoline fire with all of the other expressions thrown into the blaze to marinate ⛽️

The taste on Pink Certz is exquisite. It translates perfectly from the nose with a hefty dose of funky fuel. It’s highly gassy with a sweet, sugary quality and slight notes of grape and berries. The sweetness is slightly stronger on the exhale, but the gasoline profile is the most prominent and leaves a tangible sour tang that tingles the tongue after smoking. The cultivar has a slightly fruity, gassy, and ultimately earth aftertaste 👅

Pink Certz has a distinguished and pleasurable high. It revs up immediately with a significant cerebral effect complete with headband and pressure behind the eyes. It has some light body feels and an overall feeling of heaviness. The high hits hard and then fades into a more mellow lasting effect. It caused some slow thinking for me but was mostly functional otherwise. The strain is soft, somewhat sticky, and produces a minor amount of large grained kief when ground. It burns smoothly all the way to the filter 😶‍🌫️

Pink Certz is a certifiable top shelf cultivar. From the exceptional visual to the hefty high to the remarkably distinct profile, Pink Certz easily hits every criterion across the board 🔥

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