Alaskan Thunder F*u*c*k Marijuana Strain
Sativa Dominant Hybrid
Alaskan Thunder F*u*c*k (also referred to as ATF, Matanuska Thunder Fuck or Matanuska Tundra) was originally cultivated in Matanuska Valley, Alaska. Sources are conflicted about the genetic origin of this strain, but most seem to agree it began as a cross between Russian Ruderalls and an unknown type of Northern California Sativa, later to be crossed again with Afghani Landrace in the 1970s.
The initial nose scent of this strain may be off-putting to some as its terpene profile is fairly unique. Mixing sweet fruitiness (banana and orange) with an earthy skunk (pine, diesel), this is a strain more suitable for a developed palate. Fans of Jack Herrer may enjoy the classic fresh lemony-pine notes of ATF. Because of its creativity-inducing effects, ATF is a great strain for those who wish to consume while still being able to concentrate. Too, many say this strain lacks the typical crash that comes with a potent sativa.
Alaskan Thunderfuck is a beautiful plant if we try to judge it only from this perspective. It has recognizable skunk chunky buds, accompanied by spade-themed appearance. If we take a look at leaves, they are of sea green color with noticeable fluffiness. Any grower, by the way, can easily tear them away from stems. Pistils are of orange color, which paints flowers into a vibrant palette that is also remarkable in terms of its dense collection of trichomes, both on outer and inner hairs. Once again, even a look of this flower and its hairs can amaze one smoker without any doubt.
Smell and Aroma
Aroma and smell also contribute to the greatness of Alaskan Thunderfuck. What is even more prominent is that this weed has a redolent scent of a pine and cedar mixture. This aroma is also accompanied by notes of earth and lemon scents. If your smell preferences are leaning more into the direction of sweet and juicy aromas, ATF strain should not be your choice. Instead, it offers an authentic pine skunky smell, which is a super combination with aroma notes of trees.
Regarding flavor, one can also recognize that this skunk is ideal for the fans of funky or even acrid tastes. Some even pointed out that it is a pungent strain that is often perceived as a harsh one, especially for irregular smokers. If we are talking about tastes and aftertastes, those earthy, wooden, orange, and sweet banana aromas wouldn’t be the case while combusting this strong bud. Straight after taking a puff or two, a user will experience a strong diesel flavor, which has notes of citrus, lemons, and banana. Oh yeah, this orange and banana aftertaste is something that can turn on one’s into insanity since this flavor isn’t what regular smokers can expect from this Sativa.
Alaskan Thunderfuck is definitely a match for the fans of diesel and earthy flavors and aromas, who are tired of the chronic pain in any muscle of their body. Except for outstanding creativity bursts and energetic properties this kush, we can also highlight its amusing implications for those who want to feel themselves better.
The orange, citrus, and banana scents of this kush will never leave one smoker without interest in this skunk. We are in love with this strain, which, we believe, has the potential of being called one of the greatest synthesized hybrids due today. After all, who would dislike a mixture that has the properties of Russian plants, Northern California Sativa, and happiness effects? – No one.