You’ve had your warning. This strain review of the Mac Rib is a spicy, punny one. And we aren’t sorry at all.
Oh, hello there, my fellow herb enthusiastss. Today, we’re diving headfirst into a strain that’s as mouthwatering as it is mind-blowing — the Mac Rib cannabis strain from The Green House Durango. This Indica-dominant hybrid is an unusual one for us — neither Blaze nor I have had the opportunity to review this before, but I drew the good straw this time — so I guess you’re stuck with my take on it. Sorry for your loss (of your sanity, obviously).
And yes, there will be plenty of terrible BBQ references in this here review. Just freaking brace yourself, I guess.
Anyway, let’s get to it. So, here’s the deal. If you’ve ever wished your stash could transport you to a backyard BBQ without having to actually light up the grill, this strain might just be your smoky savior.
But before we get to that, let’s discuss the looks of this one, shall we? When I flipped the lid off the canister o’ weed, what I found was that the Mac Rib buds are a sight to behold, glistening like glazed ribs fresh off the pit. With hues ranging from rich saucy reds to earthy greens, these buds might just make you feel like you’ve stumbled upon a hidden BBQ treasure trove. Or, like an excellent version of Micky Dee’s McRib. I guess the best thing is to be prepared for the insatiable urge to grab some napkins as you admire these beauties.
And, when I closed my eyes and inhaled deeply, what I found was that I was greeted by the nostalgic aroma of a summer BBQ, complete with sweet and tangy barbecue sauce and a hint of hickory smoke. I suppose that’s why they call it the Mac Rib? I don’t know.
But buyer beware. Indulge in this and you might find yourself craving ribs or a juicy burger without having to fire up the grill. Or, maybe some weird mystery meat from your local drive-thru. Either or.
I’ll tell you, though. I wasn’t really expecting it to look or smell like that, despite the name. And to be honest, I didn’t expect it to taste like that, either — but it did.
When I inhaled my first puff of this magic strain, what I was met with was a symphony of flavors that were reminiscent of a cookout. Kind of like ribs-meets-weed-meets-summer. I don’t know. It is what it is. I’m pretty sure there were notes of tangy BBQ sauce and a dash of that secret spice rub in there too.
And, what was also interesting is that I kind of felt like I was at a lazy summer BBQ, too. The indica calm went straight to my head after a few hits, and I was a giggly, stoned mess shortly after. Just the way I like it.
But I didn’t stay a giggly mess for long. What started as a major head high turned into a mellow and content feeling mixed with slight euphoria, and this strain proceeded to melt away stress and tension like a well-cooked rack of ribs sliding off the bone.
If you’re going to smoke this one, prepare for a peaceful mental voyage with a side of giggles, followed by an inevitable food adventure as you raid your fridge in search of culinary treasures. My stash of Flaming Hot Cheetos is definitely in need of replenishment after this one.
So, if you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to combine your love for BBQ with your affinity for cannabis, Mac Rib is here to make your smoky dreams come true.
Remember, though – while Mac Rib might spark some serious culinary creativity, it won’t magically turn you into the next BBQ pitmaster. So, don’t expect to suddenly wield a spatula like a samurai sword. But hey, who needs the hassle of grilling when you’ve got Mac Rib ready to take you on a flavor-packed journey? Not me, friends. Not. Me.