Flower of the Week: Holy Wine


The major holidays are now behind us for the rest of the year, and with that it brings forth a new beginning and with everything that our world has gone through this year we can certainly look forward to whatever 2021 brings us. With New Year's Eve just mere days away what better way to enjoy the weather that is inching its way towards us than with an Indica strain that can soothe the soul, all the while we are mentally preparing for the new year.


"How do you know that this strain is the one to end the year off with?" You may be asking yourself while reading this. One of the things that we do here at the Speakeasy is that we educate ourselves regarding the strain and how well it would go with the weather that lies ahead in the coming week, while also looking to see if there are any holidays that are peeking around the corner. With that being said, the Holy Wine strain is the perfect strain to end 2020, while simultaneously awaiting 2021 to get here faster. In the next few days snow will be floating down upon our county, and with the Holy Wine strain you can just enjoy the snow falling outside your window as you relax and mentally prepare for the new year that lies ahead.

The best thing regarding this strain is the fact that it is perfect to relax, with it being an Indica there are a lot of benefits that come along with it. Comprised of strong pepper aromatic notes, Holy Wine is sure to lure you in then embrace you in its warm, smoky arms as you sink into the couch.


The Holy Wine strain is the first strain that we have come across that has not been part of a poll on Leafly, therefor we have had to go the old route of educating ourselves with this unique strain, by diving head first. Relaxation and content are the strong forefront emotions that have been increased with this strain, while dry mouth has continued to be the negative side effect that every other strain has produced.


* Over at the Speakeasy we strive to have the best medicinal needs, while also educating others on the strains and the progress that has been made.


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