Crisp, smooth with sweet but light notes of white chocolate and vanilla smoke.
A fluctuating proper blend of garlic. bitter pepper with a peachy aftertaste.
As the name suggests, White Widow’s most stunning feature is its milky white coat–she looks like an oreo right after you dip it in milk. The nugs have Indica features, with a general density and thick core, coated with trichome leaves. Green and white are the overarching colors, with red and orange scarce. When grown right, a this layercake of a bud will permeate a ray of white light. When done wrong, well, you should be able to see and smell for yourself the signs of an improperly cured nugget.
Glue-like and syrupy, dripping with resin that sticks to the fingers, White Widow can be very difficult to break up by hand and smoke in joints. You may have to leave her out to dry her out, as sometimes, the Widow is just too wet.