Super Lemon Haze (14g) by 1964

Published on June 2, 2023 by David Wylie

Photo: Jenny Neufeld/the oz.

As soon as I opened the bag and smelled 1964’s Organic Super Lemon Haze—a classic Sativa—I knew I was about to get pretty high.

The 14-gram bag is busting with a bright lemon smell and grinding the dense buds releases a whole other layer of sour skunky funk.

There were about 15 buds, all neatly trimmed with just the right amount of springiness and stickiness. They’re all on the small side.

Ground up, it condenses together and rolls up tight. Then it burns satisfyingly slow with light grey ash.

The smoke tastes more sour than citrus, but the lemon is prominent in the first few hits from the vape.

A cross of Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze, it gives a pretty intense buzz, and does leave you with some burnout.

It’s 24.4% THC and 2.55% terpenes, high in Terpinolene, Farnesene, and Trans-Caryophyllene.

It costs about $110. The buds are non-irradiated.

I would try more large format organic offerings from 1964 (Rubicon).