This one caught me off guard.
She had a lovely structure, similar to the Congo x Sweet Skunk with slightly wider leaves.
But during flowering she was otherwise overshadowed. Nothing obvious stood out about her: nice but 'average' aroma; resinous, but not to the freak-show level of the NL2 x ChemDbx; NLD-ish, but not as strongly as, say, the thunk; came in about 80 days, so middle of the pack there, too; early samples 'worked', but mild taste/aroma and 'average' seeming effect. She had one annoying trait - threw a couple of male flowers a few weeks in. Nothing that a little vigilance wouldn't take care of, though.
After three months of curing, though, wow!! She now has a lovely energizing effect, carried on literally mint-julep flavored vapor. There's a strong, lingering mint flavor that just coats your mouth and an intense lime top note, with a rich rummy/fuel base. Really, really nice. A reminder that while some plants barely need a cure, or even rapidly lose their appeal, others just keep getting better!
Nearing the cut:
SD x SS in back, NL2 cross in front midway through flowering: