One of Tangie’s parents, California Orange, is an evenly-balanced regarded as an “old school classic,” with some veteran consumers reporting they enjoyed it as far back as 1980. Many say that California Dream provides an upbeat, clear-headed high at lower doses, while heavier doses can bring on a profound body high.
Skunk-1, Tangie’s other parent, is another classic strain that has parented a plethora of Skunk crosses since it was first produced in the late 1970s. Consumers report that they enjoy its creative buzz and its (of course) skunky flavor.
Tangie is actually a “remake” of another strain called Tangerine Dream that was quite popular in the burgeoning medicinal cannabis scene of the 1990s.
Tangie is sometimes described as “sativa-heavy,” with a 70/30 indica to sativa ratio. Due to its potency, Tangie mostly recommended for more intermediate or experienced consumers, as it may be overpowering for newcomers.
Soon after vaping, the consumer will feel a rush of clearheaded, uplifting effects. This makes Tangie a good selection for creative-minded people, or anyone who needs to focus on a to-do list full of tasks. And since it can bring on the munchies, it’s also regarded as being an ideal choice for people dealing with a loss of appetite.
Some consumers do say that the high doesn’t last very long, so they plan out multiple doses throughout their experience with Tangie.
Overall, consumers say that Tangie leaves them feeling happy, uplifted, energetic, euphoric, or creative.
Tangie has a distinctive, pleasantly fruity taste and a refreshing orangey tangerine aroma upon the exhale.