Lemon Brulee Strain: Valuable Review

Combining Indica-dominant Death Star with the mellow Sativa-dominant Lemon Skunk gives you this ideally-balanced hybrid Lemon Brulee strain. It gets its name from the incredible smell that makes you think for a second that this product is edible. It is THC-dominant, and Covert Genetics, the maker, has retained the best Indica traits from the parents. Thanks to the THC level, you will need proper dosing information from your budtender. It is easier to manage since you can grow it outdoors and indoors, and its yield is not too bad. This 60/40 Sativa/Indica hybrid has no feminized seeds, so you may not have the control you would like as a grower. 

Does It Taste Any Good?

Lemon Brulee has several cannabinoids in this order: 

  • CBD 0.71-0.86%
  • CBG 0.2-0.35%
  • CBN 0.02-0.08%
  • CBC 0.06-0.09%
  • THCV 0.36-0.66%

Thanks to the richness of its content, this strain is quite popular with users who can tolerate its 14%-26% THC levels. It is still relatively new, so there is not too much information on this product. It smells and tastes good, so those who try it go back to try it some more for its medicinal qualities. 

The smell is citrus, which welcomes you to the stronger orange scents when you light it up, and then there are the subtle tea notes that complete its aroma profile. You get the sage and apple smells that will tell you the terpene profiles that this strain carries when you get closer. 

The growth information on this strain makes it the ideal plant for growers since it works well indoors or outdoors. There is not enough information on flowering, but what is available shows it could flower between the 55th and 61st days. Since the seeds are not feminized, you may not get the most significant yield, which explains why it can be a little pricey. It packs a good punch in terpenes, so the aroma and taste are some of the best out of our reviewed strains. It is easy to grow since it works well with outdoor and indoor settings. 

Terpene Profile 

You can tell it has limonene from the citrus smell and orange taste. Linalool is also present, as you can tell from the fruity taste. Sage and apple smell come from the caryophyllene here, so you get that too in suitable proportions. The citrus is complemented by earthy and woody notes that give the pine feel you get in the throat after smoking, making this strain wholesome and tasty. Users say they feel this strain better when they smoke it in a water bong, so you may want to try this if you haven’t already. 

Here’s the whole terpene profile: 

  • Myrcene – 0.09%
  • Geraniol – 0.09%
  • Humulene – 0.11%
  • Limonene – 0.17%
  • Linalool – 0.16%
  • Eucalyptol – 0.1%
  • Phellandrene – 0.07%
  • Caryophyllene – 0.2%

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Smoking Experience 

At this point, we want to acknowledge the amount of THC in Lemon Brulee. It ranges from 14-26%, even though most of the product on the market is at 21%. Still, this is way higher than the average content, so seasoned smokers prefer this strain. The citrusy feel and taste that works so well with the woody feel that hits the throat when you smoke Lemon Brulee are one of the most attractive things about this strain. The effects that we will discuss briefly make it even more desirable among smokers and dabbers. The grapefruit flavor completes this taste profile of one of the headier strains on the market. 

Most users report feeling uplifted and happy when they smoke it for recreation, and they also say it is energizing. If you are one for a good morning joint, you might like this one a little too much. Some people say they get the same energy boost you get when using an energy drink. While at it, you may want to remember the high levels of THC, which makes some people a little too relaxed to do anything but get locked on the couch. 

After smoking, you are likely to experience the euphoria that evolves into a more relaxing high after a while. For this, we advise that you start slowly to get the best results. Medicinal uses for Lemon Brulee handles Muscular dystrophy, Arthritis, Glaucoma, Anorexia, Lack of appetite, Stress, and Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. 

Because it is a cerebral strain, Lemon Brulee users sometimes report some side effects, especially after using it for the first time. You could experience Fatigue, Dizziness, Sensory perception, Dry eyes and mouth, Panic attacks, and Excessive thirst. If you pace yourself by taking at least an hour before your next hit, these side effects may not be as severe as if you take one hit after the other.  

Where to Buy This Cannabis in the US 

  • Theory Wellness in Maine and Massachusetts 
  • Cloudberry Cannabis – 3307 Spenard Rd, Anchorage, Alaska, 99503
  • Cannatiquestore – 418 Colyton St. Los Angeles, CA 90013, USA
  • Botany Farms 


We hope this information on Lemon Brulee gives you the confidence you need to try it out. You know the terpene profile and where to get it if you live in a state that has legalized the use and sale of cannabis. As we always say, you want to ease into it if you are new to this strain to get the best of what it offers. Ask your budtender for dosing information depending on why you are using it – medicinal or recreational. You can get as much information from reliable online sites or/and your budtender. Feel free to share this content with your networks for awareness. 

Medical Disclaimer: All the content available on the website is just for informational purposes. It’s not a substitute for any Professional advice. Don’t take it personally. As a medical student, I’m just trying to use my information through my content, and please keep in mind it’s not written by a professional doctor. Use the data just for educational purposes.

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