A highland Manipuri strain grown commercially on the border of Burma. Farmers there are Naga tribesman. Historically, the Naga tribes have at times grown these plants, but it is usually viewed as a Meitei (lowland Manipuri) tradition. This strain is called after the area in Ukhrul. This seems to be a much shorter strain than the classic Manipuri grown in Imphal Valley by the Meitei. Half of plants are the purple phenotype; some are surprisingly resinous. Aromas are sour citrus with some floral notes. Effect is an uplifting 'sativa'. An unusual variety, little seen in the West, likely to be worth exploring for compact 'sativa' genetics.
Genetics: Commercial Manipuri
Variety: Mostly Sativa
Plant Height: 100-250 cm
Harvest Month: mid December - mid January
Taste / Flavour: Citrus, Flowery, Sour