THC: 18-22% CBD: 2% After Work

Taste & Smell


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About this Hybrid Strain

The strain dubbed Tangerine derives its name from its scent and taste which resemble tangerines with hints of pineapple or mangoes buried beneath an aromatic surface. After being cured, its nuggets look like chunky peppers with thin, burnt orange pistils scattered within its flowers.

THC levels average at 18% but some crops have been reaped with up to 22%. CBD levels fall at 2% which is higher than your average strain. Effects have been described by consumers as energizing and euphoric with the occasional bouts of giggles. Some experienced a decrease in chronic pain and others enjoyed it because it diminished their social anxiety.

A dominant terpene of Tangerine includes myrcene, which has links in reducing inflammation and pain. Another is pinene, which has been associated with helping one’s focus and may have anti-inflammatory properties.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 18-22%
Δ9-THC: 22%
CBD: 2%
CBN: <0.1%
THCV: <0.1%
Δ8-THC: <0.1%
CBDV: <0.1%
CBD-A: <0.1%
CBC: 0.2%
CBG-A: 1%
Terpene Lab Data
Terpene Amount
Beta Myrcene: 0.46%
Alpha Pinene: 0.15%
Limonene: 0.11%
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.07%
Linalool: 0.06%
Alpha Humulene: 0.03%
Terpinolene: 0.02%

Genetic Lineage

Tangerine - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid Tangerine

Frequently Asked Questions About Tangerine

What is Tangerine?

Tangerine is a citrusy and flavorful sativa-leaning hybrid strain.

Where does Tangerine come from?

Tangerine is speculated to be a cross of California Orange and Skunk but it is not confirmed.

What does Tangerine smell like?

Tangerine has a pronounced citrus aroma. It exudes a zesty and tangy fragrance, reminiscent of freshly peeled tangerines or oranges.

What does Tangerine taste like?

Tangerine has a flavor that mirrors its aroma, offering a strong citrus presence with a prominent tangerine flavor. It delivers a sweet and tangy taste experience, often accompanied by a slight herbal undertone.

What color does Tangerine have?

Tangerine's buds come in light and vibrant green colors and have stubby orange pistils that pop in contrast. The flowers are dense, rounded and chunky. They are blanketed in a fine coating of white trichomes which further glues them together.

What effects does Tangerine have?

Consumers of Tangerine have said it has uplifting and energizing effects. They note a cerebral buzz that hones their focus, and provides a euphoric mood. They also state it raises their desire to socialize with a new boost in happiness. Tangerine has also been shared to have mild pain-relieving qualities.

Is Tangerine an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?

Tangerine is a sativa-leaning hybrid strain.