Just like the prestigious pianist Brother Ray, our very our Ray Charles is one smooth hitter and will stick with smokers long after they’ve ﬁnished oﬀ their stash.
Almost parallel to the pioneer of soul music, this indica hits deep as it tends to creep in and resonate with every inch of your mind and body. Fusing indica Afghani Bullrider with the seldomly seen on the shelf Romulan composes a golden oldie that will stand the test of time. We have to admit that we even get a bit greedy with this strain, it's not the ﬁrst time we’ve been tempted to tell fellow smokers to “Hit the road Jack”.
Ray Charles has a shockingly sweet smell considering the patronage carries aromas comparable to sea moss, herbs, and earthy overtones. On the contrary, clean notes of jasmine and rose with mild ﬂoral fumes such as musk and earthy essences. If you’ve got a case of the blues, Ray Charles takes your mind oﬀ of the pain and lift your spirits while the indica inﬂuence will force feelings of stillness and automatic relief. Just like a jazzy ballad, the early bebop moves showcased by some will slow down the tempo into a mellow melody. Peaceful pastimes are due as Ray Charles serenades you from scent to savoriness to smoke.