Roze by Tryke
Contributor: Asia Mayfield
3400 Western Ave,
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone number: (702) 475-6520
Hours: 12 a.m. to 12 a.m. every day
Nobody knows where Roze by Tryke came from. The strain’s parentage is obscured by a hazy mist. Despite this, the mysterious hybrid is wildly popular.
Tryke is Reef’s own brand. The Tryke strains tend to be a little more affordable than comparable ones from other growers. Roze, however, is one of their top-tier strains. It earned its position with its colorful, alluring appearance and strong taste.
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Reef is always switching it up. You have to be a regular customer if you want to be caught up on which sales are going on. Their flash sales change daily.
You can take advantage of their used bag deal every day. Bring 10 old Reef bags with you the next time you stop by and you’ll get a free preroll.
Stoners clamor after purple weed. Everyone loves it. The dullest strain is revitalized by the appearance of a few purple tendrils.
Roze got its name from its tendency to produce buds covered in purplish, reddish bristles. Grind up the buds and the bright colors will snake through the pile of green weed. All you’ll want to do when you see it is load up a fat bowl or two. How can you resist?
There might be prettier strains than Roze on the market, but I haven’t found them.
Roze falters a bit with its scent. The smell is powerful and strong but it’s not as complex as it could be. There are only a few different notes for you to tease out. A slight flowery smell combined with a flat, earthy scent. It’s reminiscent of a freshly plucked plant.
I can’t give the aroma a perfect score because it’s a little boring. Once you get a whiff of Roze, you don’t really feel compelled to get another one. The strain won’t stand out to you if you’ve smelled a lot of weed before.
Roze is tasty. There’s no other way to put it. When you smoke a puff, you’ll be tempted to let the hazy smoke linger in your throat so you can get a fuller sense of the taste. The complexities that are nonexistent in the aroma come out full force in the flavor.
Roze has a distinctly floral undertone, but it’s not sweet or fruity. The floral notes compete with a nutty, almost chemical taste. Each puff develops the flavor more and more. It’s enticing because it’s so unique. It’s difficult to think of a strain that tastes exactly like Roze.
Roze is testing at 22% THC. Its heady effect is due more to the entourage effect than the THC alone. All of the cannabinoids and terpenes nestled in the trichomes work together to exert a powerful effect on your entire body.
As the smoke leaves your lungs, you’ll be left with an overwhelming sense of calmness. The sativa-inspired effects of the hybrid won’t be felt until a few moments later. This is a deliciously, slow-burning high.
After you smoke a puff, you’ll be fit to take a nap or run errands. You’ll be in the perfect state of relaxed energy. You can easily push yourself if you feel like being active or you can nestle into a quiet spot and spend the day lounging about and feeling good.
Medical patients naturally gravitate toward Roze. The strain can provide relief for a long list of problems.
Roze might be particularly helpful for people suffering from anxiety problems. It can make your body and mind feel relaxed enough to appreciate social stimulation. Some strains make you want to go hide in a corner by yourself after smoking.
Roze triggers the opposite response. You’ll want to connect with your friends.
Roze buds produce a satisfying high. The hefty dose of THC is enough to inspire euphoria while the impressive terpene profile interacts with your body on a deeper level.
When most people think about getting high, they imagine a strain like Roze. The buds are loaded with the ideal amount of THC. The tiniest bit more potent and you’re verging into serious stoner territory. Any less and the buds would be too mild to appeal to a THC-lover.
If you’re going to hang out with your weed-loving friends, bring a Roze joint. It’s almost as much of a social lubricant as the champagne version of Rose.
Roze by Tryke Citral recreational prices (taxes NOT included): 1g ($13.00)