The first seven Critical Sour came down yesterday and I am well pleased by the results so far. There was a little bit of mold on a couple of these but so far they seem to have stood up to the elements well, though we've really only had our first rain and even then it was minimal. Nonetheless these are large and dense flowers so I'm happy with their resistance qualities.
#1 This one came in at about 3.5 feet tall, smelling of honeysuckle, spice, and mixed floral notes. Had a little mold but should still yield well.
#2 About 4 feet tall. Again heavy on the floral spice but with a bit more citrus than #1. A little mold on this one too.
#3 The shorty of the bunch at 3.25 feet. Extra density on this very frosty little plant that smelled of glue/solvent laid over a sweet citrus funk.
#4 This 3.5 foot plant made extra dense buds. Milder terpenes than the rest, mostly earthy, citrus and spice.
#5 3.5 feet tall and reeks of dank citrus, specifically grapefruit. Yum!
As you can see, these tend to have huge terminal colas and put on some nice color. You'll note there are a couple that could arguably use a couple more days, but with mold creeping in on the most mature specimens it was a sacrifice worth making. Still some very high grade herb!
Stay tuned for the last two and some thoughts.