General Admission Tiger Blood: Strain Analysis

an image of General Admission's tiger blood pre-roll being held up to a white background. 34.8% THC

General Admission Tiger Blood: Strain Analysis


General Admission’s Tiger blood strain is a potent and tasty Indica-dominant hybrid combination, created through the crossing of Cherry Pie, OG Kush, and Tres Dawg. The tiger blood strain is honestly one of the tastiest strains and pre-rolls we have had the pleasure of reviewing.

Come with us as we take you through one of General Admissions Tiger Blood joints looking at the strain’s terpenes, taste, aroma, effects, and more.

Pros & Cons


  • Potent blueberry taste
  • Sleep and relaxed high


  • On the more expensive side

How we Reviewed the Tiger Blood Strain

This Tiger Blood strain review was conducted with a batch packaged on January, 2024.

In most cases, we would attempt to try the Tiger Blood strain in a number of ways; however, we only had access to infused pre-rolls. We smoked three Tiger Blood joints over a week, noting the unique effects, taste, and aroma.

General Admission Tiger Blood Strain Profile

  • THC Percentage: 34.8%
  • Value: 4/10
  • Strain: Indica-Dominant Hybrid
  • Terpenes: Caryophyllene (Pepper), Humulene (Hops), Myrcene (Herbal).
  • Price: $8.33/gram
  • Size:0.5-1g pre-roll
  • Flavour: Sweet blueberry body with hints of spice leading to a sweet herbal aftertaste
  • Aroma: Sweet and spicy

Tiger Blood Strain Lineage

The Tiger Blood Strain has a relatively ambiguous background, but it’s likely been created by crossing Cherry Pie, OG Kush, and Tres Dawg.

The combination of these three fan-favourite strains has led to a relaxed and sedated indica high, perfect for anyone looking to relieve some stress.

Taste and Aroma

Ask anybody who’s smoked a general admission pre-roll about the taste, and they’ll be able to go on and on – for good reason. The Tiger Blood infused pre-roll had a fantastic, sweet blueberry aroma, likely thanks to the thick layer of kief.

Once I combusted the weed, I got more of the same sweet aroma, but this time with a little bit of spice on the end.

Upon the first inhale, you’ll get one of the strongest blueberry flavours out of any weed I’ve ever tasted. And as you exhale, you’ll notice some slight hints of spice and herbs – Tiger Blood is one of the best-tasting weeds on the market.

While it’s easy to say a weed tastes and smells good, I cannot overstate how great the aroma and flavour profile are with the Tiger Blood strain.

Effects and High

There’s a reason Tiger Blood is one of the most popular strains in Canada, as the hard-hitting Indica has a knack for knocking you out.

As soon as you spark up and take a drag of General Admissions Tiger Blood, you’ll be hit with a nice wave of euphoria that starts in the back of your head before making its way throughout your body. This wave will slowly relax you as you feel the stress and pain of the day wash away.

However, instead of feeling slumped, I would say it’s a much nicer relaxed, and sedated feeling, but not so much couch-locked. But after about 1.5 hours, the Tiger Blood strain will really kick in, as you’ll feel your eyes get heavy and your body tired.

If you struggle to relax after a day’s work or simply want some help hitting the hay, Tiger Blood might be a strong choice.

Is the Tiger Blood Pre-Roll a Good Value?

While we really enjoyed General Admission’s pre-roll, the price is a bit out there, especially if you want to smoke Tiger Blood often. Sitting at $8.33/gram it’s a pretty out-of-reach pricepoint for students and budget-conscious smokers alike.

I would say the Tiger Blood pre-rolls are more of a treat to have here and there, as opposed to a daily joint.

Bud Quality

In terms of quality, you really couldn’t ask for more than what General Admission is offering here. The Tiger Blood joints didn’t canoe, burn weird, or burn too fast in any way shape, or form, it was a great smoke with clean drags.

Is Tiger Blood a Strong Strain?

While Tiger Blood alone is a strain on the lower end of the THC spectrum, that all changes with kief. General Admission has gone ahead and layered keif all around the joint, bringing the THC closer to 35% – plenty to knock you out.

Would We purchase This Strain Again?

As we stated, this is a great joint to smoke every once in a while or bring to a party if you really want to mess with some newbie stoners.

We would definitely go ahead and purchase some Tiger Blood pre-rolls in the future, and we hope General Admission goes ahead and actually makes a ten-pack.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Exact Strain Composition in Tiger Blood?

General Admission’s Tiger Blood is created by crossing Cherry Pie, OG Kush, and Tres Dawg.

What Does Tiger Blood Taste Like?

Contrary to what the name may suggest, Tiger Blood tasted like sweet blueberries with hints of spice and herbs.

Rate This Strain!

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5 / 5. 12

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