It’s a reasonable presumption to make that the more complex strains, those with a significant depth of taste and many notes, are preferable. These simple strains, on the other hand, were among the first to gain popularity in the Western world, and they remain popular now for two reasons: they work brilliantly and, despite their simplicity, they taste fantastic.
When you first smell Blueberry, you’ll be greeted with the powerful aroma of acidic, pungent blueberries. Surprisingly, as the aroma develops, it may begin to remind you of the popular Purple Thai strain. There is a small amount of skunk and petrol, far more than you would anticipate from an indica strain, alongside the initial flavor of blueberries, spice, and muskiness.