The Drop: 6 new weed strains hitting menus in February 2022

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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 Wonderbrett, G Funk, and more. Another month, another round of new cannabis strains for you to enjoy. Here are the strains hitting dispensary menus in February. Source Cannabis: Rainbow Runtz Source Cannabis in California is coming in with a new line of “Exclusive” drops. The first one is Rainbow Runtz, a phenotype of the famous Runtz strain. Rainbow Runtz smells and tastes like sweet, fruity diesel, which comes from the Zkittlez in its genetics and the dominance of limonene, myrcene, and linalool terpenes. Rainbow Runtz is thought to be a happy and euphoric kind of strain that’s great for relaxing your mind and body. If you love any of Source’s classic strains like Quest, you should definitely peep its new line of Exclusive drops. Available: California Find Source Cannabis Wonderbrett: Orange Sunset Go on and breathe with Wonderbrett! For the first time, Wonderbrett is pushing out some of their classic flavors in brand new live resin cartridges. Come February, you’ll be able to vape Lemon OZ Kush, Orange Banana, Orange Sunset, OZ Kush, Pink Picasso (YERRRRRR), and Strawberry Bliss live resin. Honestly, you can’t go wrong with any of them, but I’m most excited for that Orange Sunset. Ya boy loves a citrus vape. Additionally, Wonderbrett and Ispire have collaborated on a new Wonderbrett-branded battery that you can purchase separately. Available: California Find Wonderbrett G Putt: G Funk G Funk is a fresh strain for the folks. It was created by G Putt, who is an original member of the Sherbinskis squad. I’ve smoked this strain over the past couple of days, and let me tell ya, it tastes somewhat like a sweet limey pie topped with a gas-flavored whipped…

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