The Drop: 5 strains hitting menus in January

This month of The Drop, Danté Jordan’s column rounding up all the can’t-miss strains and dabs from the best brands and growers, looks at anticipated releases from Candy Paint Flowers, Flight Path, and Ball Family Farms. Another month, another round of new cannabis strains for you to enjoy. After checking a whole slew of brands at Hall of Flowers in Palm Springs, I came away with not only a much deeper knowledge of the true players in California cannabis, but also a much deeper knowledge of what fire the people should be smoking. Here are five strains hitting dispensary menus in January. Candy Paint Flowers: January 996 Candy Paint Flowers was my favorite brand from Hall of Flowers. It had strong homie-from-around-the-way energy. While most of the other brands were there to put on a huge show, the Candy Paint owners were posted up at their booth like, “We’ve got fire and we know it.” The weed really is the truth, too. The Bolo strain sample they gave me looked great and smoked even better — the taste and potency were *chef’s kiss*. In January, in addition to Bolo, Candy Paint Flowers will be dropping a strain called January 996. January 996 was bred by Seed Junky Genetics and is a cross of Gelatti and Kush Mints #11. Candy Paint has been growing the strain for about two years now, and they use Ambrosia nutrients to bring out its full potential. The brand told me January 996 smells like a gassy OG strain with light menthol and candy-flavored undertones, despite having no OG in its lineage. You stand a good chance of experience a potent head rush and calming effects from January 996, which is marketing language for, “This strain is about to sit you on your ass.” Available: California…

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