Strain Review: Blood Orange Tangie by Benson Elvis

What’s the best tasting strain you’ve ever had? Blood Orange Tangie by @benson.elvis that I picked up at @Green.Therapy.i5.Eugene is definitely a top contender for me.

Lineage/Genetics: (Tangie pheno)

Original Breeder: Crockett Family Farms

Grower: Benson Elvis

Dispensary: Green Therapy

Blood Orange Tangie Strain Review

Also known as Purple Tangie, this award-winning flower possesses one of the most terpene-rich profiles I’ve ever tasted. With it’s sweet citrus and blossoming lavender aroma, Blood Orange Tangie is becoming one of the most desired strains in the entire state. This super tasty Sativa-Hybrid is a cross between Cali Orange and Appalachia, and has some of the most colorful buds I’ve ever seen. Grinding these beauties up almost felt sacrilegious, but they released an aroma so intense it almost made my eyes water!

I love this strain for it’s energetic properties which currently makes it my favorite Wake and Bake strain. It’s not one of those super euphoric sativas that will melt your mind, but more of an uplifting, energizing strain that’s not overbearing. I love that I’m able to stay lifted but able to concentrate and still get everything done throughout my day. Blood Orange Tangie by Benson Elvis has blown me away and is one of my favorite sativas of all time! Be sure to ask your local Oregon dispensary when this highly coveted strain will be available again- You definitely don’t wanna miss this one!

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2 thoughts on “Strain Review: Blood Orange Tangie by Benson Elvis

  • July 4, 2022 at 11:01 am
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    That’s not the lineage of Blood Orange Tangie. I grew my first blood Orange Tangie outdoor in 2016 from seeds I procured in Santa Cruz in 2015. The best I can describe the terpene profile is that of a can of Minute Made orange juice concentrate. I got the seeds while running the trim of Crocketts Tangie which had self pollinated. There were a few different phenotypes of Tangie and Blood Orange is just one of the phenos. I’m happy to provide pictures if you want as I have been breeding the B.O.T. ever since and see quite a few crosses out that I either simultaneously propagated or provided and are now available like DJ Shorts Blueberry X B.O.T. and Sweet Pink Grapefruit X Blood Orange Tangie

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    • July 5, 2022 at 6:59 am
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      Thanks for the info! Please reach out, we’d love to share a grow journal!

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