Butter Breath Deluxe – @frew_tree
Nose: Earthy, piney, gassy, floral (light), citrus (light)
Inhale: Earthy, gassy, piney, citrus, floral, spicy, nutty
Exhale: Citrus, cakey, musty, earthy, mossy
Lineage/Genetics 🧬: OGKB2.1
x (Gelato 33
Bred by: In House Genetics
Grown by: Frew Tree
Terpene Profile: Unknown
Butter Breath Deluxe Cannabis Cultivar (Strain) Review
Hey what’s up everyone? We made it to hump day, the mid-point of the week, and I have just the review to help you all digress for a moment. I’ve been fortunate to have a lot of debuts and new content gracing the page as of late. None of that will change today as I have Frew Tree stepping up to the plate for the first time. A couple months back he reached out to me with some interest in the review page as well as getting some product up for an honest analysis. After taking the time to come up and gift me (actually gifted) some of his Butter Breath Deluxe and Anima Tree I was delighted. As we had the chance to talk I learned that Frew Tree hails from the Massachusetts area as well. He has been at his craft for a handful of years but has been around the plant itself for well over 10 years. Currently, he is running a 5-light grow and checked off a lot of boxes in the “small batch” department as we spoke (although I’m not going to use that term that loosely). I was more than impressed just by looking through the glass jars and seeing the buds illuminate. Today, I will be starting off by diving into the Butter Breath Deluxe which features a cross between (Gelato 33 x Slurricane) and OGKB2.1 bred by In-House Genetics. Let’s waste no more time and get into the facts!
When I was gifted the Butter Breath Deluxe it was received in a very small, glass mason jar-style container equipped with a metal lock latch. The jar included Frew Tree’s signature logo stickered across the front. I was actually surprised that Frew Tree was able to get a 6g sample in one of these. When I unlatched the lid I gained somewhat of a flavorless nose as this cultivar was dominated by an extremely earthy scent.
However, the overall nose did become a little more prominent as I brought the buds closer to my face. By then, I started to catch a gassy whiff of light floral and citrus notes. Not going to lie, I struggled getting some of the buds of out the jar which is the probably the only complaint I have on the packaging. When I finally got them out they resulted in a mix of medium-to-larger sized buds. They were exceptionally dense with a frosty dark purple appearance. This cultivar was overloaded with triche coverage, not to mention, the darker orange pistils interlocked beneath the surface of each nug. They also contained a mix of lighter-to-darker green hues to make up this aesthetically pleasing bud structure. The texture was a bit deceiving as the buds initially felt somewhat dry. However, once cracking open, they were considerably sticky/spongy leaving behind purple kief shards which required hand soap and hot water to get off. I preferred breaking this cultivar down by hand to get the most bang for my buck (which I did). The dry pull I received from the Butter Breath Deluxe included a mix of topsoil and pine blended with a flammable gasoline taste.
When I sparked the Butter Breath Deluxe in an Organic RAW, the initial inhales were familiar to the dry pull as I received a fair mix of earthy pine notes to go along with a distinctly gassy taste. The gassy taste had a bit of a diesel-like Chem taste to it but was also offset by citrus terps. On the way out, those citrus terps were a lot prevalent intertwining with a slew of musty, cakey terps. For the most part, the pulls were super gassy which lead to a good amount of pressure build up in the chest. The once sweet citrus pulls at the beginning of the sesh became more and more bitter as the time went on. Those bitter terps drew a slight taste of lime and tangerines as well as a bit of spicy floral. The OGKB2.1 parent stood tall on this cultivar as the gaseous inhales opened up those sweat pores throughout the remainder of the sesh. In addition to this, I received a distinctive soily, earthy (somewhat mossy) taste on the exhale the entire duration that the joint burned. The burn that formulated was a little uneven but was, nonetheless, slow, resulting in a light grey to whiteish ash. This included large oil stains that drizzled down the joint with a decent ring around the perimeter of the joint. I was expecting a little more flavor out of this cultivar although I was very impressed by its unrelenting gassiness. All in all, the Butter Breath Deluxe provided a very potent smoke that I am confident would shake up the average smoker a little more than usual.
The medicinal effects created by the Butter Breath Deluxe set in quickly due to the potency of each pull. The gaseous inhales initially developed an astray feeling within my mind including some cloudiness. Around 20-30 minutes later I was engulfed in a full-throttle, slow motion body high. While my perception became a little more clear at this point my mobility definitely took a hit. This cultivar had the strength to come off as a moderate couch locker although, at times, I felt like I had enough energy to muster the strength to partake in activities around the house. Pretty soon I was taken over again by a strong cerebral pulsating feel in my head. This cultivar produced a strong longer-term paralysis between the head and body. The duration of the overall effects were between the hour and half to two hours mark (give or take). The effects weren’t strong enough to put me asleep but they did hit with brute strength complimenting the overall gassiness of the Butter Breath Deluxe. Given all of the above, this concluded in a powerful high which I tended to reserve later on in the day.
After having a chance to try the Butter Breath Duluxe, as well as my initial offering from Frew Tree’s Garden, I believe this cultivar met my expectations. I was slightly letdown this cultivar wasn’t a little more on the terpier side given the lineage; although, it’s hard to deny the sheer power this fed off through each pull. With this being said, I believe this will easily appeal to those who favor gas over flavor especially smokers who have a little more experience under their belt. The effects will be a hit for those who prefer a smash-mouth, hybrid type high effecting both the body and mind. Additionally, this cultivar will be a no-brainer for those looking to isolate in thought or, simply, just want to unwind after a long day. One thing I forgot to mention in the review was that this had a very clean taste to it considering the overbearing gassiness to it. I’m glad I finally had a chance to sample something directly from Frew Tree as the Butter Breath Deluxe got the job done. I should have the follow up on the Animal Tree sometime within the next week or two.