Our Tangie strain review covers one of the most flavorful strains around. Tangie’s mouth-puckering tang will remind you of biting into a juicy citrus fruit. Its skunky scent complements its unique flavors underlying its powerhouse effects. As a sativa-dominant strain, you’ll feel energized, blissful, and creative. What more could you want from a strain?
What Strain is Tangie?
Tangie is a sativa-dominant strain with a robust THC content. You may find trace amounts of CBD and CBG. Expect a rush of euphoria to envelop your mind. A wave of relaxation will percolate throughout your body. Tangie strains typically have between 14 and 19 percent THC levels, sometimes more.
Average THC Level: 17 percent
Strain Type: Sativa
Genetics: Tangerine Dream x Skunk Hybrid
Breeder: DNA Genetics
Terpenes: Myrcene, Pinene, Caryophyllene
Awards: Won seven awards between 2013 and 2018
Strains Similar to Tangie
DNA Genetics from Amsterdam chose to honor the legendary Tangerine Dream strain with a creation of their own. Popularized in the 1990s, Tangerine Dream delivers an out-of-this-world potency and a citrus burst. DNA used an exclusive cut of Crockett’s Farm Tangerine Dream with their own male Skunk Hybrid.
You can find Tangie genetics in the following pot strains:
Sour Tangie: Tangie x East Coast Sour Diesel
Tangie OG: Tangie x OG Kush
Rebel Tangie Kandy: Tangie x Kandy Kush
Sweet Hawaiian Tangie Banana: Hawai’i ‘78 x Double Tangie Banana
Agent Tangie: Tangie x Agent Orange
Kosher Tangie Kush: Tangie x Kosher Kush
Tangerine G13: Tangie x G13
Barbangie: Tangie x Barbanner reversed
Tangie Auto: Tangie x Unknown Ruderalis
As you’d expect from a strain named Tangie, its citrus taste reminds users of ripe tangerines, oranges, and clementines. You’ll notice a crisp, refreshing, and sharp flavor that’ll stimulate your salivary glands. We recommend using a high-quality dry herb vape to get the most out of these juicy and flavorful buds.
Similar to its taste, Tangie has a loud aroma that screams of citrus, skunk, and spice. Upon initial inspection, you’ll notice a pleasant and fruity sweetness. A hint of floral notes, as well as sour and acidic undertones provide balance in scent to the strain. To finish things off, a spicy and herbal aroma adds to the complexity of the scent.
Tangie’s most common terpene compounds include the following:
Myrcene brings the herbal and spicy aroma to the mix. High myrcene levels in Tangie are responsible for its relaxing and happy effects.
Pinene’s forest-like scent blends well with its citrus aroma. The pinene content creates a mouthwatering and refreshing bouquet of smells.
Caryophyllene’s spicy and musky aroma provides an extra level of funk. This funky aroma is characteristic of many Skunk-derived strains.
Tangie is not for the faint of heart. Beginners should start off with low doses to test its effects. Sky-high THC levels deliver fast-acting and long-lasting effects. Users report feeling relaxed, euphoric, creative, and productive. Tangie can leave you a bit unfocused with high doses. You won’t feel the rush of paranoia common in many high-energy strains.
Feelings: Happy, Uplifted, Energetic, Euphoric, Creative
Medical Uses: Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Pain, Fatigue, Nausea, Appetite Loss
Tangie Products: Flower, Pre-Roll, Vape Cartridge, Shatter, Live Resin
Tangie’s got the aroma, taste, and potency, but what about the looks? Let’s just say it’s got great bag appeal. As a sativa, Tangie grows tall and large. Expect to harvest dense and fluffy buds. Orange pistil hairs almost completely cover the vibrant green hue. Heavy trichome coverage makes the buds glisten in the light.
How to Grow Tangie
Tangie is a powerful strain that’s easily accessible to growers of all skill levels. This strain is available in both regular and feminized seeds from DNA Genetics. You can also buy your Tangie seeds from other reputable seed banks. Some shops may sell Tangie clones for growers who want to bypass the germination phase.
Interested in an autoflowering version of the strain? Tangie Auto seeds can provide you with just as high THC levels as the original in a shorter amount of time. Auto strains begin flowering after a few weeks compared to traditional photoperiod strains that require a certain amount of light to start the process.
Tangie thrives in outdoor and soil-based environments. A natural microbiome of bacteria from soil keeps your plants healthy. Minerals, nutrients, and full-spectrum sunlight bring out its unique flavors and smell. If you plan on growing it indoors, make sure you have plenty of vertical space to accommodate the tall growth.
Tangie grows fast and tall. This plant continues its long vertical growth well into the fifth week of its life. This strain can grow in areas with higher temperatures and humidity. Just make sure to keep the temperatures between 68º and 85º F. Tangie is a good strain to use the SCROG, SOG, or FIM techniques to manage its growth.
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
Plant Height: 30-78 inches
Flowering Period: 9-10 weeks
Yield: 3-6 ounces per square foot
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