taste]Boogie Shoes is rich in myrcene, but its aromatic profile is balanced with caryophyllene, limonene and pinene. It’s this particular combination which has given rise to a cornucopia of descriptors associated with this cultivar, including sweet cinnamon, tangy citrus, spicy sage, heady sandalwood, and earthy vanilla. Myrcene is the terpene responsible for the sometimes pungent and skunky notes in Boogie Shoes, while caryophyllene delivers herbal flavours of basil and oregano. Limonene and pinene carry bright flavours and aromas of citrus, pine and mint.
Given its lineage, Boogie Shoes tends to produce large, elegant and tapered buds that possess an unmistakable purple hue. Its thick leaves are blanketed in creamy trichomes, mixed with delicate orange pistils.