Meet The Terpenes

Cannabinoids are enticing, but true cannabis pioneers understand the allure of a cultivar’s terpene profile. These compounds create the characteristic fragrances and flavours of a cultivar. Like the taste and scent of citrus, or the gassy aroma that gives cannabis its unmistakable smell. The colour-coded legend below outlines the dominant terpenes found in our collection of cultivars. Take note of the aroma and flavour details, and use the colour guides found throughout our website and our packaging for a quick terpene breakdown for each cultivar.

A-BISABOLOL

  • AROMA: Bright florals, with peppery undertones
  • FLAVOUR: Occasional notes of nuttiness, but predominantly tastes of florals and spice

A-PINENE

  • AROMA: A recognizable fragrance of fresh evergreen needles and rosemary
  • FLAVOUR: A forest-y taste of rosemary and pine nuts

FENCHOL

  • AROMA: An earthy fragrance, with strong hits of pine and lemon
  • FLAVOUR: Hits the tongue with the woodsy flavour of pine and camphor

GUAIOL

  • AROMA: A sharp, instantly recognizable scent of pine
  • FLAVOUR: An woodsy flavour, with hints of rose

OCIMENE

  • AROMA: Hits the nose with a mix of sweet, herbal and woodsy fragrance notes
  • FLAVOUR: A hint of sweetness, with the taste of wild botanicals

TERPINEOL

  • AROMA: Fresh scent that can be interpreted as citrusy, herbal, floral and forest-y
  • FLAVOUR: Also described as fresh, multidimensional taste of citrus, herbals and rosemary

TERPINOLENE

  • AROMA: Fresh scent that can be interpreted as citrusy, herbal, floral and forest-y
  • FLAVOUR: Also described as fresh, multidimensional taste of citrus, herbals and rosemary

TRANS-NEROLIDOL

  • AROMA: Layered scents of fresh apples, mild florals and citrus
  • FLAVOUR: Earthy tasting notes, like a flowery hot tea