Cheers Lemonatti

Cheers Lemonatti

Hey pancakenap here, with a tin of Cheers' Lemonatti.

This was an impromptu purchase from Mendo Market. I'm unfamiliar with the Cheers or Lemonatti strains.


This is a Gelonade x Biscotti, as per Mendo's description.

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The buds appeared plump and well-structured upon opening the package. The aroma was immediately noticeable, which was a positive sign. However, there seemed to be a slight irradiated appearance to the buds. It's unclear if this is just my perception or if it's indicative of something else. Nonetheless, I'm eager to delve into it and see how it performs.


The aroma presents a blend of creamy earthiness with sweet, citrusy notes that carry a hint of gas. The character appears more intense than expected, with a dominance of citrus, reminiscent of OG Kush upon initial inhalation.


The flavor profile unfolds with notes of pastry-like earthiness, followed by a refreshing lemon finish. There's a skunky undertone with a hint of alkaline vinyl, adding depth to the citrusy essence. The prominent citrus flavors, akin to tangie without the orange, linger pleasantly, evolving into a robust pine reminiscent of OG Kush over time.


As I wrap up this review, I find myself reminiscing fondly about this strain. Despite the occasional inconsistency in visuals, the overall experience was intriguing. At times, it evoked the essence of OG Kush, while at others, it resembled a Tangie with the orange essence stripped away. Regardless, the memories associated with it are enjoyable. While I may not revisit this specific strain, I would certainly explore other offerings from the same producer in the future.

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Product Stats

Package Date

I purchased this product on January 2 2024, and the packaging date was November 3, 2023. This means it spent approximately 60 days in the package, which is 0.3% less than the average we observe in the medical market, typically around 60.17 days.


The cannabinoid content is indicated as 28.2% THC and 0.0% CBD. This is 34.1% higher than the average we've observed during the course of these reviews, which typically hovers around 21.1% THC combined with CBD.

Terpene content is shown as 1.94% which is 33% lower than the average we usually see on the package (2.89% of any terpene).


The price for this 7 g package was $53.99, which translates to $7.71 per gram. This is 12% higher than the average price I've paid for a 7 g package, which has been $6.87 per gram.

Cheers Review History

As mentioned earlier, this is the first Cheers product I've purchased. It was a bit more expensive than other quarters I had purchased around that time, priced at $54, which equates to $7.71 per gram. That's about 12% higher than the average for a 7 g package.

Mendo Cannabis Purchase History

I’ve purchased 13 products from Mendo Cannabis, totaling $494.57. Among those purchases, six were for a quarter-ounce package of flower, and those transactions averaged to $6.77 per gram. This is 1.4% lower than the average I usually pay for a quarter-ounce package of all-flower cannabis, which is $6.87 per gram.

On average, flower products purchased from Mendo Cannabis have spent 102.4 days in the package before purchase, which is 70% higher than the average I've tracked from any medical vendor, which is 60.2 days.


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