The Origins of Hawaiian Haze
Hawaiian Haze is a hybrid of two Sativa strains – “Hawaiian” and “Haze”.
The Haze CBD hemp flower strain originated in 1960’s California, but it was crossbred with other strains in South America, Southeast Asia, and across the world. There is a lot of conjecture if the Hawaiian hemp strain actually originates from Hawaii, but just like Haze, it’s been bred far and wide.
Hawaiian Haze Taste Profile
Hawaiian Haze is not known as “The Vacation Strain” without good reason. With an aroma of flora and tropical fruits, when you smell this hemp flower you’ll be transported to the tropics. These island notes begin with the nose and linger long after the final taste. Most users detect a hint of pineapples, while others also report pine, lemon-lime citrus, and mangos.
Waves of warm citrus, sour diesel, and tropical fruit simply roll through this hemp flower. High levels of CBD as well as a solid balance of Myrcene, b-Caryophyllene, a-Bisabolol and trace Borneol, make Hawaiian Haze a great anytime strain and a top choice for when the body needs a little TLC.
Major Notes: Warm citrus, sour diesel, and tropical fruit
Terpene Profile: Balance of Myrcene, b-Caryophyllene, a-Bisabolol and trace Borneol