After being part of a joint effort that took top honors at the 2012 high Times cannabis cup concentrate competition, this year’s West Coast Cure entrants promised to take things up a notch.
Regardless of how you slice it, knowledge is handed down from person-to-person in an unbroken chain, occasionally bumping into a perfectionist who takes technique, knowledge and access to the best material to a whole new stratosphere of satisfaction.
Well, that’s exactly what I was fortunate enough to be asked to witness other day when I was invited to watch the West Coast Cure technique in action – turning a lonely puddle of pure flower shatter, into a fluffy pile of terpene rich budder. The interesting thing about this mass of aromatic wax is that it’s been submitted by West Coast Cure as one of their entrants in the 2013 Los Angeles, High Times – medical cannabis cup competition.
As a past owner of a Newport Beach collective, the main man behind West Coast cure has established deep roots within the marijuana cultivator’s world. It is his well trusted relationships within the southland’s MMJ community that allows WCC access to some of California’s best grown and most flavorful flower at its height of perfection.
After being part of a joint effort that took top honors at the 2012 high Times cannabis cup concentrate competition, this year’s West Coast Cure entrants promised to take things up a notch. For the 2013 cup WCC has prepared a King Louis XIII mixed with a Hard-Core OG. The smell is absolutely awe inspiring, rich with its distinctive Hard Core OG aroma and peppered with King Louis XIII, most find the high is deeply satisfying, transporting the consumer to their own personal nirvana.
While no one knows who will win the 2013 High Times Cannabis Cup Concentrate Competition, I can say one thing for certain. I have probably smoked close to my own body weight in concentrates over the duration of my lifetime, and this heady candidate from the West Coast Cure crew of hard-core OG and King Louis XIII is some of the best budder I’ve ever had the privilege to taste.
Should you be looking to do a little pre-cup judging for yourself, you can find WCC’s many different strains of concentrates at California Patient Association in Santa Ana.