Ever since it was first released at the 2018 Central Valley High Times Cannabis Cup, Wifi Mints has been a popular cannabis strain. This cultivar is relatively new, but it's quickly picked up a lot of fans due to its intensely minty scent. If you love fresh, herbal aromas and powerful sensations, give Wifi Mints live rosin a try.
What is the Wifi Mints strain?
Wifi Mints, aka White Fire Mints, is a beloved cannabis strain due to its ability to provide Indica-dominant effects moderated by light Sativa results. With a minty flavor and subtle sweetness, this cannabis is a must-try. There are many ways to enjoy this designer cannabis strain, but one of the most popular is oil extracts. Oil extracts are concentrated liquids that contain all of cannabis' appealing compounds in an easy-to-use form.
What are the characteristics of Wifi Mints?
Wifi Mints are a bright green color and are fat, rounded buds. It gets its name from the parent strains. The cannabis cultivar is a combination of White Fire 43 and Animal Mints. From the Wifi 43 side, it gets high levels of THC and Indica-dominant effects. The Animal Mints side of its heritage provides a minty flavor with a sweet aftertaste. These flavors become more intense thanks to a signature combination of limonene and caryophyllene terpenes.
The dried version of this herb has a THC content of roughly 19% and 1% CBG. Due to the strain's indica heritage, it creates warm, full-body sensations. Though it is technically an even-balanced hybrid, almost no Sativa effects occur. Most users don't experience any strong cerebral effects, but some do report feeling the giggliness common with sativas. This strain creates a relaxing, dreamy effect that's popular among those looking for a calming cannabis experience.
What are the flavors and aromas of Wifi Mints?
As you can probably tell from the strain's name, the dominant flavor note is mint. This strain has a cool, refreshing scent that smells like a freshly picked mint leaf. Its mintiness leans towards the sweet side instead of the spicy, so some users report that it tastes similar to peppermint candy. The mint notes are particularly strong on the exhale, and there is a lingering, minty aftertaste.
The strain's aromas are often described as "creamy" due to the smoothness of this flavor. In addition to mint, many people notice some fruity and earthy scents. Wifi Mints' dominant terpene is limonene, so there can be a few light fruity smells.
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