Here is where the traditional diesel musk comes into play. More acrid than the smell, Double Diesel’s taste is less sweet, with a bit more menthol and earthy flavors penetrating the flavor palate. It favors a bit more of an earthy and smoky taste as the peace pipe continues to burn, and, for the most part, is a pretty smooth smoke.
Despite its double diesel lineage, Double Diesel doesn’t give off the Flying J truck stop fuel smell you’re used to with other diesels. In fact, this strain gives off more of a sweet, fruity flavor than it does the traditional fuel smell. There is certainly a bit of the diesel musk in there, but not the crazy sour, pungent fuel smell of typical diesel plants.
Double Diesel is a pinecone shaped nugget that typically features lighter green hues in its leaves and calyxes. Peach and light orange colored pistils twist and turn their way across the pinecones under a nice, if somewhat thin, covering of trichomes for an overall closeup appearance of, honestly, an immature pinecone.
The double in Double Diesel serves this strain well. Combining two diesels has left this plant with tighter nuggets than typical diesels. Dense in texture, Double Diesel is a good mass without feeling overly rocky or dry.