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Oct. 1, 2012 04:10

Aspen OG

One of the most beautiful times of year in Colorado—if we’re not counting all the snow that’s about to dump by the foot—is watching the aspens change colors in the fall. Let’s face it, we’re not the most colorful state in the union. Leaf peepers heading into the mountains should absolutely check out Green Grass Alternative Medicine in Central City on the way and celebrate the season with their Aspen OG. A cut that’s becoming well known as a signature from 303 Seeds, it’s an intriguing mix of San Fernando Valley OG Kush and Sour Cream, with deep roots in the Sour Diesel/G-13 lineage of the latter. Named after the coating of snow on the famous foliage, the trichome development is positively thick and sticky. For an OG, there is a really pleasant sweetness that you get on each inhale, almost like cherry flavored Fun Dip. With fun upticks in energy coming from the Diesel and Zen-like relaxation from the OG, this is truly a hybrid of hybrids. Whether you’re taking a hike in the cool autumn hills or enjoying Planet Earth from your couch, the Aspen OG has you covered.

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