With an average THC level a little over 20% and low CBD content, it is believed that the Triangle OG was derived from the OG Kush of Florida, which in turn is linked to the Hindu Kush, Lemon Thai, and Chemdawg. The plant and its buds have a very pungent and diesel-like aroma. Upon deeper inhales, a skunk undertone is also apparent, perhaps due to its strong OG Kush heritage. When smoking Triangle OG, expect heavy flavors to hit you immediately with your first inhale. The spicy taste is evident but the sour aftertaste of lemony flavors is what the strain is known for. This sourness is quite heavy and comes with hints of pine and earthy flavor, making for an interesting taste. This strain’s effects are gradual but ultimately build up to something beautiful. Triangle OG makes you feel relaxed, and induces bouts of creativity, and is ideal for various types of artists. Users often engage in deep conversations after consuming this strain, because it creates a drive for discussion, and can make you more focused. Euphoria kicks in soon and has a lasting effect. However, it might make you a little dizzy.