How to spot it
If you’re fortunate enough to see a live plant, Trainwreck is known for its... well, train wreck of a growth structure. It has spindly, weak branches and oddly shaped flowers that seem to jut out at random. In its dried flower form, it has a silver appearance and a pale green color, but the scent is the best way to tell it apart from the pack.
Trainwreck has a very complex lemon-menthol-pine scent and flavor, with an interesting sweetness and an acrid side. Though the smell is certainly pungent, the flavor really steals the show when well-grown, hanging in the mouth and sinuses for what seems like an eternity.
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Ry Prichard is a freelance cannabis photographer and researcher who loves Haze more than just about anything. Follow him into the Colorado cannabis jungle @cannabisencyclo.