“Sir Smoke-a-Lot’s Selections is a new category dedicated to the creative cultivators who generate strains that are simply out of this world. Sir Smoke-a-Lot smokes only the best, therefore we should follow his example by looking for the best the world has to offer. Just as he went from Samson’s kind bud to the experimental medicinal Smiley Face, we will vacillate from popularized mainstream strains to medical grade to the finest homegrown around in search of true dank.”
So, recently I have seen several types and qualities of weed roll through my friends possessions, but the one that stood out most was: The Supah Ray. Now, you can’t just go up to any regular ol’ Joe and find the Supah Ray, you have to do some searching. This bud is generic, in my opinion, to all ghettos, but it is hard to locate because most people in the ghetto do not obtain high grade (instead schwag or at best, mids). The Supah Ray is not named something from normal cannabis nomenclature, it just comes as it is because it delivers, it really does not need a name. But… we have dubbed it, the Supah Ray.
The Supah Ray smokes smooth and with a hint of a fruity taste with a mixture of that skunk that we all like. Also, it is never completely amber/purple nor is it intensely green, it is right in between. Almost a “Goldilocks” of sorts. Before The Supah Ray, I was skeptical about going to certain sources located in the less attractive parts of the city, but in all reality… they have the best shit by far. I literally smoke one bowl of this stuff and I am faced for several hours, something I am not used to with the regular heads I see. The actual plant material does not crackle nor show any of the signs of being over-fertilized which is surprising since the average nug is about the size of the first picture shown above. The high, by far the best, a mix between the head and body (some reference this as a “surfer’s high”).
If you are in need and you are not unwilling to drop the real dough for a truly sticky hybrid like The Supah Ray, then you need to roll on down to the ghetto my friends. (I took a picture from the view of the microscope, enjoy).