About this Hybrid Strain
Although the original breeder of the Collins Ave cannabis cultivar remains unknown, is it believed to come from Florida. Collins Ave is a major thoroughfare in southern Florida. The road runs parallel to the Atlantic Ocean in Miami Beach, and was named after John S. Collins, the developer who completed Miami’s first bridge in 1913.
Our Collins Ave was recently released by Cookies. It is a cross of Kush Mints 11 with GTI, and then crossed with Kush Mints 11 again.
The chunky and oblong Collins Ave buds have curled, forest and fern-green leaves that appear lime-green due to the white trichome frost covering the buds. Patches of long, furry orange pistils make up about 20% of the bud’s surface area.
Collins Ave has a minty aroma, with hints of lavender and berries. Combusting this strain yields a sweet, yet spicy, berry and black-pepper flavor, with a minty aftertaste.
The blissful and euphoric haze can reportedly ease anxiety and improve mood. This is followed by a full-bodied wave of relaxation, as users describe a reduction in pain and relief from muscular tension. The soothing body buzz is said to last for hours. It is interesting to note that most users experienced sustained energy levels, and rated the Collins Ave couch-lock potential as minimal.
Collins Ave is a great daytime hybrid for users looking for strains described as having that Indica-body buzz, while still packing a cerebral punch, but won’t leave you incapacitated.