The horchata variety has excellent bag appeal. Bright green nugs with a twisted mixture of leafage, wiggly pistils, and an embankment of trichromes in every nook and cranny are its distinguishing features. The hairs are a brilliant rust-orange color, while the leaves range in color from pine green to pure black, producing a lovely color harmony. The combined characteristics result in nugs that have an untidy appearance, although this in no way lessens the flower’s beauty. Contrarily, these wild buds are a visual pleasure.
This breed has a rich, potent, and mouthwatering nose. Since there is so much going on, it was difficult for me to sort through the profile here, but on the surface, it is kushy, earthy, and gassy. Significant delicious candy terps fill out the presentation beneath the first surface. Overall, I think it’s weird and skunky and I adore it. The insanely sweet gas terps that are released when you crack open a nug make me eager to smoke.
The Walker Horchata has a delicious flavor. It has layers and is intricate, much like the fragrance. On the horchata side of the cross, I initially detect sweet sugar on the inhale, and harsh gas is more noticeable on the exhale. Additionally, there are softer overtones of milk and cinnamon. But overall, it has a kushy, earthy, and sweet flavor.