Although Sour Tangie is most popular in the Pacific Northwest, it’s also widely available in Denver. This strain has recently been sold by a number of dispensaries including The Clinic, Colorado Harvest Company and Fox Cannabis as well as High West Cannabis, the Joint, Lightshade and Rocky Mountain High. Your personal preference may dictate which dispensary carries your preferred cut. The Clinic, the Joint, and Kind Love are three of my favorite places (in no particular order). Even in the sludgiest bong water, all feature a wonderful blend of tangerine and Diesel tastes.
Tangie’s creative, uplifting buzz and rich citrus overtones combine with the famous Sour Diesel fragrance in Sour Tangie. Both the Sour Diesel and the Tangie bud shapes and effects may be found in this sativa’s two distinct genotypes. Its complete blooming around 9 to 10 weeks when grown indoors, thanks to its rapid vegetative growth.
The flavor profile of the strain is a mix of old and modern. As a newer strain, people are going wild over Tangie. As for the classic taste of sour funk, everyone knows and loves this strain. We used the world-famous strain as a pollen donor to pollinate our Sour Diesel. This hybrid works, regardless of whether you want a sour or a tangie strain. One more Tangie and one more Sour D will complete in 9+ weeks and grow big, so keep an eye out for those two phenos! After blooming begins, the strain will continue to spread vertically for the remainder of the 4th week. The strain wins in all categories because to its impressive crystal production and even more impressive terpene profile. Sour Tangie will quickly become one of your favorite strains with to its quick maturation, large plants, long, dense nugs, incredible crystal production, and mind-blowing aroma. The battle is won by Sour Tangie!