Strains that stand the test of time merit proper respect. Seeing a jar of Super Silver Haze gleaming on a dispensary shelf slapped that sentiment into my skull on a gloomy Monday afternoon, just when I needed something to brighten my day.
If you feel like Super Silver Haze has been around for a while, you’re right. The strain rose to popularity in the mid-’90s, reportedly bred by Green House Seeds, the Dutch breeding company also known for its Strain Hunters web series. Green House Seeds crossed three timeless strains to create the popular sativa, breeding Haze and Northern Lights — the genetics behind Silver Haze — with a Skunk variety for something a little more, well, super than the original.
I’ve never been a huge fan of the flavor of most Haze strains. They’re usually too spicy and herbal, but