Strain Library March 7, 2011


BurmaBerry Strain Review

Type: Mostly Sativa

Shishkaberry X burmese

This sativa dominant hybrid seems to have thrived indoors, producing large buds covered in foxtails.

The smoke is quite light and cerebral, yet very pleasant. My favorite aspect of this herb is the smell, which I can only describe as being an overpoweringly fruity, sativa aroma.

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18 thoughts on “BurmaBerry

  1. hehehehe, nice one, well remembered 😉

  2. One Of My Favorites 😉

  3. Would love to sample this strain…………….

  4. Looks amazing!

  5. That shit looks dank yo.

  6. In my country, we dont have strains 🙂

  7. wow this sounds looks to exotic for words. Nice bud.

  8. Uh…? Anyone else reading this drivel?

  9. I appologize for the off-topic

  10. Strain: “A group of organisms of the same species, having distinctive characteristics but not usually considered a separate breed or variety.”
    A strain is a classification of a subspecies, meaning: whether or not you call it a specific name most of the times you’ve smoked pot, its probably been a different Or slightly different strain…
    So it is impossible to say there aren’t strains in your country, wherever that might be.

  11. You’re absolutely right, what I should have written then was “…we have no named strains…”

  12. I agree the smell is amazing so so fruity!!! and you can feel the sativa dominace…

  13. makes my lus for one now 🙂 sweeeeet 🙂

  14. Snipping up some of this now, 8 months later, smells like it’s going to smoke so smoothly, the cure did it good!

  15. Aaah…if only this would make an appearance in BFN! Would love a taste…

  16. Just smoked some of this now very floaty high.

  17. Hey you still have of that burma stuff in capetown? Johnny chronic?

  18. Its so nice to see my work being enjoyed so far from Home this is Charles Scott (reeferman) I bred burma berry so so many years ago on Vancouver Island Canada Big hugs


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