“LCM Herbals” Triple Review
Aloha is the most accessible, flavorful and “fun” of the aforementioned blends. Both the blueberry and bubblegum aromas are spectacularly sweet. Aloha distinguishes itself from the rest of the group also by the fluffy formation of its herbs, which more closely resembles the look of other nugget-aesthetic based products. The downside is once you reach the bottom you’re sure to be left with a reasonable amount of large sticks and stems. Burning Aloha cultivates a relaxing and cheery environment, lingering about for reasonable amount of time comparable to what most have come to expect from herbal incense these days. I found the post-sleep inducing effects to be less of an issue with this blend than the other two–one can go on throughout their day with ease.
Aromas: 9.6/10 (Bubblegum), 9.5/10 (Blueberry)
Dead Man Walking is generally a powerful incense. The name is catchy, and I suppose in retrospect appropriate enough seeing as how after it fades you may be too dead tired to walk right. Burning Dead Man Walking will induce a feeling perceptible in both the body and the mind, but is almost numbing and lacking much stimulation. The scent is notably bland, significantly more so than Black Mamba in fact. This is still a good one to have on the market for those who enjoy their moments of narcosis (not necessarily a bad thing).
All in all LCM provides a very nice stock of blends and accessories on their website. Aloha is a great blend to chill with, and its texture makes it a nice burn and the personal pick from LCM’s library. Their prices are also more than reasonable–Black Mamba & Dead Man Walking clocking at less than $10/4g and Aloha weighing at slightly over $10/4g. They also offer 1g jars, but the price difference is so marginal between the 1 and 4 gram jars it’s borderline bizarre and simply a waste to opt for the underling.