Death Bubba builds upon that by blowing up hopes of rebellion in favour of a sedated haziness. Top Leaf's Bubba in their legendary series was one of their many releases across Canada, with this landing in Alberta & Quebec. This Bubba was so loud that I was reserved for short, fat .25g joints to avoid gummed resin pinners and palette fatiguing canons. Blazing like a Conifer wrapped in a blunt, the sweet sappy flavours added depth for the bright citrus recoiling from each toke, while the inhale filled every corner of the palette leaving a resinous woody characteristic with accented spice and a dusting of compost. Visually, it lacked the structure to be properly appreciated, nevertheless the smattering of clear and amber trichs with long, stretchy pistils demonstrated its quality from underneath a lackluster trim job. Although, these characteristics are secondary for a product that will own any experience when present, delivering a high effective in calming the spirit and illuminating the soul. Pairs great with a pastry, jelly marmalade and a choice flick, in this case Inglourious Basterds best represents the swings of this marvelous high.