Tangie, a strain with strong, unmistakable citrus and tangerine notes that was influenced by the well-known strain Tangerine Dream from the 1990s, has a distinctive aroma.
Tangie is a cannabis strain developed by DNA Genetics in Amsterdam. It comes in both regular and feminized seed forms. Tangie is a cross between Crockett’s Farm Tangerine Dream and DNA Genetics’ select male Skunk. California Orange, also known as Cali-O, and Skunk #1 were the parents of the original Tangerine Dream.
Tangie served as the model for the development of several citrus-flavored hybrids, such as Sour Tangie (East Coast Sour Diesel x Tangie), Tangie OG (Tangie x OG Kush), and Agent Tangie (Tangie x Agent Orange).
Tangie takes between 63 and 70 days to reach full flowering, producing large yields of dense, sticky flowers with vibrant green leaves and noticeable orange stigma hairs. It grows tall until roughly the fifth week of flowering and does best outside. In the Northern Hemisphere, the growing season lasts from late September to early October, while in the Southern Hemisphere, it lasts from March to early April.
Tangie won prizes in ten different strain competitions during its first year on the market and is well known for its potent, sweet-and-sour citrus flavor and strong aroma.