Few strains have gained legendary status to the point where even non-marijuana users have heard of them. That exclusive club includes Auto Aurora Fem.
When it won the first award in the Indica category at the High Times Cannabis Cup in 1989, it took the globe by storm. It has, however, been around for far longer.
It was reported to have been produced from Afghani landraces by a mystery Seattle breeder known only as “The Indian” — as demonstrated by its easy-to-grow qualities, great production, and profoundly soothing effect.
Its terpene composition, which is high in alpha and beta-pinenes, gives it a pleasant scent. The flavor is crisp wood and pine needles, just like the aroma.
A hint of mint or basil will be detected by discriminating smokers. It will leave a sweet and spicy taste on the tongue, similar to smoked paprika, as you exhale.