Leafly Holdings, Inc.declare jealousOne hybrid breed that originate from the Southern California market, as 2022 Leafly Strain of the Year,
Envy, a hybrid created by a cannabis breeder Seed Junkie Geneticsis a cross of sherbert With 2018 Leafly Strain of the Year ice cream, Envy was brought to market in 2019 MintzOne cookies and Seed Junkie Genetics collaboration brand. The strain flew off the shelves in the Southern California market and has seen an upward trajectory quickly earning a spot as a top 100 strain on Leafly’s database of over 6,000 listed cannabis strains.
Now in its 5th year, Leafly Strain of the Year honors the cannabis strain that demonstrated unparalleled breakthrough market impact among the more than 6,000 strains in the Leafly Strain Database. Former Leafly Strain of the Year winners Runtz and Dosidos both now rank among the top 10 most popular cannabis strains in the U.S. and cannabis fans regard Leafly’s Strain of the Year as a kingmaker within the industry.
The velocity and trajectory of Envy reflects how the modern cannabis consumer is becoming more sophisticated and selective. According to david downesLeafly’s California bureau chief, purple weed On trend now and the Envy flower is deep purple, tipped with black with bright green dapples.
“If your local dispensary has a stock of envy, it’s safe to say they’re the connoisseur cannabis conversation in the US right now,” Downs said. “Cannabis breeders continually create new strains to meet consumer trends and future demand. The waves of envy keep rolling in. With Envy more than a dozen new, remarkable strains leveraging their pedigree and reputation.
major in terpenes caryophylleneCommonly found in black pepper, clove, cinnamon and of course hemp, jealousy has a spicy aroma. Reviewers tell Leafly that Jealousy tastes earthy and funky and that this strain helps them feel mentally relaxed but physically energized.
Advertisers cannot purchase Leafly Strain of the Year. Leafly’s award-winning experts follow emerging trends, analyzing year-over-year changes in strain page views, increased menu-availability and orders placed.
Other deciding factors include how new or unique a breed is, as well as its lineage. Leafly’s team investigates the effects of the breeder, the strain, where it fits in the market and how widely it is available in adult-use states.
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