The challenge in writing this honey banana strain review is that – as advertized – this strain is bee-ay-en-ay-en-ay-ess. And so it’s taking all of the effort we have just to keep our focus through the end of this sentence.
But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. Let’s start this from the top:
This heady hybrid of Strawberry Banana and Honey Boo Boo presents long, lean, and loose buds, light in color, coated in a thiiiiiccccckkkk white trichome dusting with long orange hairs. The aroma of the dried flower is mild, but hints of a musty banana odor can be faintly detected.
If you look at Leafly, they’ll tell you that the honey bananas is an indica leaning hybrid, but we think they’re more on the nose when they write about its “invigorating buzz of cerebral euphoria.”
Indeed, it’s that cerebral euphoria that we were alluding to at the top of this post. This is probably not a great strain choice for moments when you’re going to be called on upon for any higher level cognition. But as long as you keep a pen by your side, you might be lucky enough to capture some of the creative flights of fancy that this strain seems to inspire. And although the strain can certainly be felt in the body, it doesn’t contribute to the kind of heaviness that keeps you from moving around. It might, however, contribute to a healthy appetite
We picked our bud up from Rip City Remedies, the only dispensary in Portland where you can find Honey Bananas these days. It was grown by Sons of Agronomy. We don’t know much about them, but according to their (under construction) website, they are “dedicated to Preserving the ART & Artisanry in Craft Cannabis”. And when it comes to this strain, we think they’ve lived up to their mission.