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Terpene Profile (Strain Estimate)

Myrcene
Major (Herbal/Musk)
Limonene
Major (Citrus/Sour)
Caryophyllene
Major (Pepper/Spice)

MedBud currently tracks 16 common terpenes, more will be added.

Medication Details

Brand
Aurora
Designation
T16
Cultivar/Strain
Tangerine Dream
Subspecies
Sativa
THC Potential Range (10% Legal Variance)
14.4-17.6%
CBD Potential Range (10% Legal Variance)
<1%
Cultivated in
Denmark Flag of Denmark
Packaged in
Denmark Flag of Denmark
Irradiation
eBeam Irradiated
Flower Provided
Whole Flower

Stock Availability

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Best Known Status: Awaiting ETA

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About Tangerine Dream

TDSativa

This tasty variety won First Place overall in the 2010 Amsterdam Cannabis Cup.

🇳🇱 Dutch Bred, 🇦🇫 Afghani Genetics

Tangerine Dream is a sativa-dominant hybrid with an unforgettable taste. Created by Amsterdam-based seed company Barney’s Farm, it is a cross between G13 and Haze descendant Neville’s Haze. The strain offers a bold citrus flavour profile as well as a clear-headed, well-balanced high that keeps users both relaxed and alert. This tasty variety won First Place overall in the 2010 Cannabis Cup. It boasts an impressive THC content that hovers around 25%.

Flowers of this strain grow large and chunky, with a dense bud structure that’s more typical of Indica than Sativa varieties. The leaves are forest green, with some phenotypes showing traces of dark purple. This latter colour results when pigments called anthocyanins are brought out by colder than average temperatures during the growing process. The flowers are covered in sticky white trichomes that give flowers a dewy look -- and account for this strain's high THC content. Orange pistils are threaded through these colourful leaves.

The intense citrus fragrance is where this strain really lives up to its bag appeal -- the cured flowers give off a scent of orange with some sweet earthiness mixed in. Many fans also describe a spicy, clove-like undertone, further enhancing the orange top notes. Breaking up the sticky buds yields a more herbal funk, likely passed on from Haze genetics. Vapour hits smoothly and has a chemical-like, diesel taste. When exhaled, vape has the distinct taste of orange zest, along with a slight tanginess that lingers on the palate.

Tangerine Dream consumers usually feel an immediate head rush that leaves the senses buzzing. What follows is a spreading feeling of warmth and emotional uplift that can be disorienting in the short term. Thought-provoking and cerebral, but still grounded, this strain offers a high that can be as productive or as lazy as users intend. This balance can tip towards a heavier body high in larger doses, however. Medically, Tangerine Dream has application for mood disorders. It can be a source of relief for those suffering from stress and anxiety. Its functional sense of focus may also be beneficial for users with attention deficit disorders. Some may feel a relaxation of tense muscles and relief from chronic aches and pains. If enough is consumed, Tangerine Dream can also be a sleep-inducing treatment for insomnia.

Sharing its name with an influential German progressive electronic band, Tangerine Dream is an uncommonly tasty and potent strain. Its pleasant flavour and scent can be fun to share with friends (or enthusiastic strangers), as well as to savour alone in relaxed surroundings. This strain's complex spicy and citrus flavour profile also make it an appealing variety to pair with food or drinks that have similarly bold flavours.

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Canada About Aurora Europe GmbH

Aurora Cannabis is a leading integrated cannabis company with a robust network of subsidiaries and strategic partnerships. With state-of-the-art production facilities and exclusive sales agreements in the European Union and beyond, Aurora operates around the globe pursuing new and emerging cannabis markets. Through the Company’s unparalleled pace of execution and commitment to innovation, Aurora has become one of the world’s largest and fastest growing cannabis companies that continues to elevate and challenge industry standards.

Aurora has three operational facilities in Canada (Aurora Sky, Aurora Vie, and Aurora Mountain) plus two new facilities projected to be operational by the end of 2019, including a 1,000,000-square-foot (93,000 m2) facility under construction in Odense, Denmark. Construction on the Nordic 2 project in Denmark was stopped in November 2019 when the company's stock dropped to a two year low. The Aurora Sun project in Alberta was put on a temporary hold. These decisions would lead to a savings of $190 million.

Aurora Mountain was Aurora's first facility, completed in 2015. It is a 55,200-square-foot (5,130 m2) production facility in Mountain View County. Aurora Vie is a 40,000-square-foot (3,700 m2), fully licensed, indoor production facility in Pointe-Claire, Quebec. It was the second licensed producer in Quebec, and was acquired in 2017 for $7 million when it was about 80% complete. In 2017, Aurora Cannabis began construction of an automated 800,000-square-foot (74,000 m2) plant in Alberta that it said would be capable of producing 100,000 kilograms of cannabis annually. The land is part of the acreage owned by the Edmonton International Airport. In 2021, Aurora shuttered its Aurora Polaris facility in Edmonton.

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