King Tut Strain
Genetics: What’s most likely a random phenotype of the AK-47 strain, ends up getting a cool name and some legend associated with it once it’s more stabilized. They say this is weed is fit for a king and that it’s rare. Not sure about how rare it is, but from the looks, it’s definitely some fire. According to the Interwebs King Tut seeds were created by Pyramid Seeds.
Appearance and Feels: The first thing I noticed was how dusty looking these AK-47 derived buds are. The buds are exceptionally dry. Like two turns in the grinder turns it to dust.
They are dense enough to where a bowl burns nicely, but it’s definitely some desert valley dry weed. This is probably why there isn’t much of a taste or smell. The buds do have a nice hand trimmed look to them, so that’s always nice. But again, super dry.
Smell: I’m a little disappointed there isn’t much smell to it, being the terpene fan that I am. That’s ok though, not every strain has the terpene profile we like
Taste: It just tastes like weed. The bag says the King Tut has a skunky sour smell, much like AK-47.
High: The high is decent for sure. But once you get to a certain point in smoking, as I’m sure I’ve said this before, you just sort of stop getting high. You get a nice head change going that brightens your mood and your day, and that’s about it. I’m one of those people, so I’m definitely more in it for the flavor that compliments a nice buzz, rather than just a buzz. But again, that’s just me.