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Leafly Buzz: 12 fire cannabis strains of March 2021

This month, New Jersey and Virginia have gone legal on the East Coast. And out West, we’re popping cannabis seeds and springing forward like never before.

Whether you’re celebrating legalization’s advance or germinating this year’s crop, you’re gonna need some fire tree to keep you company. This March, connoisseurs are puffing tough on high-THC, explosively flavorful Lemonatti, Layer Cake, and Oreoz; and Leafly has the details for you.

Independently reported without fear or favor, Leafly Buzz highlights the top of the crops west of the Rockies. Pull up!

Data grinder


That summer beach body is gonna have to wait. Strain Oreoz is up 40% this month as tokers gravitate to this relaxing Cookies and Cream crossed with Secret Weapon. Reportedly from Michigan’s 3rd Coast Genetics, Oreoz is dark purple, diamond-encrusted, and reeking of creamy menthol, rubber, and gas.

Also on the up-and-up, Georgia Pie—a cross of Gelatti and Kush Mints that has a whiff of peach flavor; up 10% this month.

On the decline this month: Pink Runtz searches backed off 10%. Mixing Zkittlez and Gelato, the hype might be waning but the strain remains tasty AF.

Here’s the full data grinder:

· Oreoz ⬆️ +40%

· Georgia Pie ⬆️ +10%

· Pink Runtz ⬇️ -10%

· Lava Cake ⬇️ -13%

New in the Leafly strain database

We’ve added 171 new cultivars to the Leafly strain database over the last month, as we seek to keep up with what breeders are selling, growers are growing, and stores are stocking. These four fresh additions deliver the flavors and effects connoisseurs crave.

Layer Cake

Breeder Swamp Boys Seeds’ cross of Wedding Cake to GMO x (Triangle Kush X Skunk #1) keeps it Cakey in 2021. Expect aromatic layers of sweet cookie with a chem bite; then prep for a snack and nap on the da’ couch.

Orange Push Pop

Orange, creamy, vanilla-fueled goodness awaits you with this Orange Cookies and Triangle Kush cross from Seed Junky Genetics. Sold by brand Minntz, mainly in California but spotted at Freddy’s Fuego in Seattle, WA, and wherever else terp chasers germinate Seed Junky seeds.

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Do-Si-Dos to Purple Punch gave us Slurricane. Now, Slurricane and Wedding Crasher combine in this hit exotic from California’s Floracal Farms—Slurricrasher. It smells like sweet grape and lemon fuel, with a smooth, lemony gas on the exhale. It pairs well with the end of the day and some Mario Kart.

Guava Jam

Thick, sweet, tropical Guava and Zkittlez berry flavors mix in Guava Jam—a reported cross of Guava’z #62 x Guava’z #74 from Bloom Seed Co. (aka Harry Palms). Breeding for potency and terpenes with rosin in mind, Bloom Seed Co. genetics won two trophies in the 2021 Oregon Cannabis Cup for Strawberry Guava and Tropicana Cookies, both grown by Deschutes.

Hot dayam, Guava Jam is a lot of elite, heady genetics packed into one nug. It’s two superb cuts of Guava’z married together; and for its part, Guava’z is Pure Guava x OZ Melon. Even further back, Pure Guava is Chunky Diesel x Great White Shark. Meanwhile, OZ Melon is OZ Kush x Melon Bread. Bloom Seed Co. writes: “These plants have the rawest, in-your-face guava terps… The flavor is straight-up Guava funk and dumps solventless extracts.”

Fresh in stores this March

New on dispensary shelves— Lemonatti by Connected Cannabis Co , CA

New on shelves from Connected Cannabis Co. in California is Biscotti crossed to Gelonade—Lemonatti. It’s just fun to say. We get thick, lemon syrup terps in our faces when we crack this jar, like a bag of lemon syrup for a soda machine broke open.

You can identify the Lemon Tree parent to the Gelonade in this grandchild. As for effects and duration? Electric yet heavy, and about as long as Avengers: Endgame.

Rocketing up the charts—Caramel Apple Gelato by Gud Gardens , OR

Attention, Oregon shoppers: Caramel Apple Gelato is on shelves and midnight snack-ready. Compound Genetics’ Apple Cider x Jet Fuel Gelato delivers sweet, buttery, apple, fuel, and cookie smells and tastes. Gud Gardens—a female-owned adult-use farm on the Rogue River—stocks stores across Oregon with the cultivar; while supplies last.


Ballin’ out— Ooh La La by Lemonnade , WA

If you’re throwing money at celebrity weed, Seth Rogen’s new stuff is gonna be instantly out of stock. Meanwhile, supplies have ramped up for Ooh La La—rap duo Run the Jewels’ pot with the weed brand Lemonnade. (Yup—with two n’s.)

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Ooh La La is Wedding Cake crossed to London Pound Cake, for a sweet, lemon, cake, and cookies taste, and high-THC effects. Spotted in Washington at Have a Heart and beyond.

Ballin’ on a budget—MAC 2 by Orekron , OR

MAC 1 crushes insomnia with a dense, chocolatey, sweet, cookie flavor and mellow effects.

MAC 2 from Oregon growers Orekron hits ya like a truck as well this month. Orekron grows all winter in greenhouses which means MAC 2 for all seasons; part of a lineup of stellar-priced Orekron across the Beaver State.

Ending on a High Note: Jeeter XL pre-rolls

Pre-rolled joints have a reputation as the hot dogs of cannabis: dubious-tasting tubes packed with trashy scraps. Not the 1.75-gram Jeeter XL! This is the MVP of pre-rolls.

Jeeter brand joints get rolled fresh with indoor-grown exotic bud direct from an Desert Hot Springs, CA farm. Not affiliated with the Yankee Hall of Famer, Jeeters move quickly in Southern California stores like Emjay Delivery and Exhalence Los Angeles, and also Purple Star in San Francisco.

Unlike most junior varsity joints, Jeeters smell and taste good. The terps are triple-sealed in behind a joint cap, glass tube seal, and a screwtop.

That means fresh aroma and taste, with effects like a hard line drive deep into center-left field.

Higher tolerance? Jeeter Infused adds oil and kief.

Cannabis extracts combine with flower for moar powerrr: Jeeter Infused (David Downs/Leafly)

Buzz back-issues

Need more flavors?

  • Don’t miss February’s Leafly Buzz
  • Relive January’s Buzz
  • Replay November’s Buzz
  • Review October’s Buzz

What goes into Leafly Buzz?

Who decides what’s in the Buzz? Not money or compliments. Each month’s Leafly Buzz picks come from:

  • Secret shopping in stores
  • Leafly staff and reader tips
  • Interviewing the biggest brands
  • Parsing Leafly search data
  • Lurking breeders on Instagram

Growers, breeders, brands, stores—got buzz for Leafly? We’re all ears. Email us at [email protected]

Lemonatti Strain by Connected Cannabis Co: A Sativa-Dominant with Floral & Citrus Flavors

Lemonatti is a brand-new, limited-edition cannabis strain by Connected Cannabis Co. The unique mix has been generating a lot of buzz from cannabis consumers around the country, especially on the West Coast.

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The Lemonatti strain mixes Gelonade and the classic Biscotti. The Gelonade side brings a colorful citrus taste while Biscotti inspires a deep floral funky taste. With these genetics, Lemonatti also has Lemon Tree, Gelato #41, Gelato 25, and Sour Florida OG in its family tree.

“Together they bring the heady sativa nature of the Gelonade and the corporal hammer from Biscotti, producing offspring that rivals its parents in both flavor and character,” said Connected Cannabis.

Lemonatti Strain by Connected Cannabis Co

Lemonatti Buds are Dense, Fluffy, and Vibrant

The Lemonatti strain is a super frosty, sativa-dominant hybrid. Its THC content typically sits around 24.5%, with the CBD content around 0.05%. The colors combine deep aubergine and hints of midnight blue along with deep greens, coupled with orange pistils. The buds are dense, break down well, and are very fluffy. The overall profile is a very bright and refreshing lemon essence.

The result is a possible creative, lifting high that inspires increased focus and energy. It is very powerful and is known to take down even the most seasoned smoker. It packs a punch, and the flavor, smell, and look are said to be incredible.

Others described it on Leafly as, “a mellow strain for creatives. It wakes up your mind and gets things going without being too unwieldy.”

Lemonatti Effects

However, be warned. The resulting head high has the potential to exasperate any existing anxiety issues. Users report the initial high as being heavily numbing through the body, but it fades into a more subdued, focused feeling.

Many users report being not too impressed with the quality and feel of the high. Due to the high THC and intense sativa influences, it’s just too much “BANG” for it to be enjoyable for some consumers.

While some report that it’s great for focusing, socializing, and getting stuff done, others report feeling like their head is just a giant balloon and all motivation is zapped immediately by an overwhelming head high.