Haze Heaven is quite the combination strain. Its flavors are examples of many other strains on its genealogical tree: the musky sweetness of haze plants, and the dirty, earthy hash-like flavor of Afghani strains. Perhaps one taste overwhelms the other on a given batch, but, either way, you’re bound to end up with a musky palate.
The two most commonly associated words with Haze Heaven are sweet and harsh. Sweet because through the cross breeding process, whichever plant’s genes took over carried with them a sweetness of flavor. Harsh because the scent is more pungent than anything.
Haze Heaven plants grow in long clumps that resemble fingers. The leaves of the plant are anywhere from dark green to vibrant orange-yellow blends that look like a gradient option in Photoshop. Haze Heaven’s buds themselves are a light green with yellowish pistils that, with the added tichrome cover, appear almost neon, or even translucent, at least from afar. Closer inspection reveals a darker green, and duller oranges closer to the normal color of plants, but the point is this thing can look very pretty when done right.
Owing to its Afghani hash plant lineage, Haze Heaven is a resinous and therefore sticky strain. The large calyxes tend to come ensconced in the sweet ooey gooey stickiness of tichromes, and will be a pain in the fingers to pick apart.