Drew: Hey what's up this is Drew, owner of Connoisseur Concentrates. I'm here today with my Chief Lab Technician; Professor Matsumoto (What's up) and my Media Director; Audrey (Hey). Today we're gonna be doing a breakdown of the Tangie Berry terpene profile. The Tangie Berry is a strain that I've picked up at the Cookie Store in downtown Los Angeles. I loved it and wanted to make a terpene profile of it. The lineage is that it is a California orange mixed with a skunk hybrid and I think it's great so I wanted to make the terpene profile so everybody could enjoy it. One of the first things you'll notice about the strain is it is an orange color, and that is because I used citrus terpenes in the blend. Citrus terpenes are not always clear like other terpenes. Some of them have a color, this one happens to be orange. But it does fall under the organic line of terpenes meaning that everything in it is pure terpenes; there's no synthetics, no artificial flavoring ingredients in them. One of the first things you're going to do when you purchase the strain is open it up and smell it, so I'm gonna go ahead and walk you through what that smells like.
So the only thing that I can smell coming out of this bottle is tangerine. And the reason that is is because even though there are a bunch of different things in it, that's what evaporates the most out at room temperature. One of the biggest rookie mistakes you can do is purchase your terpenes based on what the bottle smells like, and I'm gonna let Audrey explain why that is.
Audrey: Right so what Drew touched base on a little bit; the most important thing when you are purchasing your terpenes is to note that the pen almost never tastes exactly like what the bottle smells like. (Drew: That's true.) Yeah, so when you're buying your terpenes you have to know this because at the end of
the day your client is gonna be tasting the pen, not smelling your bottle. This is why our product is better. We have formulated these terpenes and these strains for the end-user and the end taste, not smelling the bottle at the counter.
Drew: Yeah don't be a rookie, don't make that mistake. You always have to try your terpenes before you buy your terpenes. Cam, can you give us a breakdown as to what they actually taste like in a pen?
Cameron: Oh for sure. I just made a Tangie Berry pen so I'm gonna tell you guys exactly what it
tastes like. So I'm getting a creamy cannabis profile in there, mixed in with sweet berry notes and some
tangerine citrus as well. And I will categorize Tangie Berry as a medium cannabis flavor, meaning that there's gonna be an awesome balance between the cannabis flavor and those other notes with them.
Drew: Sounds about right. Yeah, the Tangie Berry like you said is a blend between the tangerine, the berry, and a medium cannabis profile so you're gonna get the best of both worlds on this. So one of the other ways that we categorize our terpene profiles is based on whether it is a blended strain or a
separated strain. A blended strain means you're going to taste the same blend of flavors all the way through the inhale and the exhale. And a separated strain means that you're going to taste first, the tangerine, then the citrus, then the pine, then the earth, something different on the exhale. So where does this one fall?
Cameron: I would designate the Tangie Berry as a slight blended terpene profile. Meaning that you're gonna be able to taste different blends and the flavors at different points within the inhale and exhale.
Drew: Excellent, excellent, one of the other ways we differentiate these terpenes is whether they are enhancing agents or masking agents, and Audrey can explain that for you.
Audrey: Right so every terpene profile varies on how strong the actual flavor is. Tangie Berry is categorized in our medium to mild strength profiles. We designed this profile to be an enhancing
agent rather than a masking agent. Meaning on that exhale the cannabis aroma will be enhanced rather than completely covered, masked, like it would be with bubble gum or blueberry or fruity pebbles.
Drew: Where do we fall on the strength of this profile versus other profiles?
Audrey: Right, so this is gonna be categorized toward the more mild end of things. It's definitely not gonna be in your face but you'll still get that flavor in the aroma throughout it.
Drew: What that means is if you were to take six drops of this blend and put it in a pen, versus six drops of another pen, sometimes they're just stronger. Regardless of whatever the combinations of flavors are, sometimes you'll just get a really potent profile, sometimes you'll get a mild profile. This one, it's right
at the mild-medium level. So if you're interested in picking up the Tangie Berry go to Mr.Extractor.com, we have as much of it as you want. If you're interested in purchasing it in bulk; anything over 800 grams is custom pricing. Contact me directly, Drew, I will make sure that we can be competitive on our pricing. We're slashing prices on anything over 800 grams for bulk. Tell me what you need to make happen, we're gonna make it happen. If you want to go see it in-person visit any of the Terpene Labs across the country.
Our main terpene lab is in downtown Los Angeles. You'll be able to smell the bottle, taste the pen, and take home whatever you need there as well. Free stuff, everybody likes free stuff, we love giving away free stuff. Audrey can explain how to get some free things.
Audrey: Right so for free terpenes any day visit any of our terpene lab locations anywhere. Online
visit www.Mr. Extractor to stay up to date on our social media platforms, that's where we give away the goods.
Cameron: And I encourage you to checkout our other terpene profile breakdowns. We have a whole bunch of new flavors just for you.
Drew: Hey thanks for watching our video. Make sure to check out the other profiles, and we'll see you in the next video.