Key Lime Pie Takes Best Hybrid at Cannabis Classic
Best Hybrid is the hardest award to win in the Cannabis Classicâ€™s competition, but Steve Voth was able to pull it off with his entry Key Lime Pie. The Girl Scout Cookies sour-lime phenotype edged out a victory of Muana Kae White Fire OG by Pakalolo Supply Co. and Arctic Blue by Arctic Blue Farms.
Sponsored by House of Green, Key Lime Pie was grown hydroponically from a gifted clone using Vegamatrix, and was entry No. 8 in the competition. The total THC content of Key Lime Pie, tested by CannTest, was 19.89%.
Here are some of the comments from the judges:
â€śBeautiful bud structure.â€?
â€śNice flush. Burned white.â€?
â€śSmooth with a NICE finish.â€?
â€śAs soon as I hit it, I felt the back of my eyes warm up.â€?
â€śRelaxing and euphoric.â€?
â€śSour-citrus herbal smell and taste.â€?
â€śAn A+ serving of Alaskan greatness.â€?
This was the first time Voth entered into the Cannabis Classic competition. He joins Joe Potter of Alaska and Tyson Haworth of sofresh Farms in Oregon as the only competitors to win a best-in-class award their first time competing, outside of the inaugural events.
Here is the complete order of finish:
Key Lime Pie - 75.8815
Muana Kae White Fire OG - 74.2565
Arctic Blue - 73.8807
Alaskan Wildfire - 73.1508
Dry Cabin Kush - 71.2631
Candy Man #3 - 70.2565
Evanâ€™s Cookies - 68.7087
Cheesy Headband - 68.6877
Noveske 2.0 - 68.3900
Starburst - 65.0526
Mega Jackpot - 61.3543
Wild Cherry Cookies - 60.3087