Distributed by the same company as the previously reviewed Dank, all three of the following distinctly fall under the Mr. Happy label.
Mr. Happy has a nice custom print baggy but with the same Kindergarten level design you’ll see on Second Gen Nice Guy except no lame stickers. Happy employs pretty much the same herbal blend as the rest of the family (Dank, G-13, Mr. Nice Guy).
Mr. Happy‘s aroma initially seems to exhibit no effect, but after a few minutes a mild buzz softly settles in. Continual burning won’t bring the buzz up any more notches than a decimal of a decibel, so it’s best used as a value incense in moderation. This is for that somebody looking for only mild effects subtle enough as to not affect their psyche much, the subtlest of a hint of pleasant buzz.
Mr. Nice Guy minces no words when it comes to miming. It simply drives a juvenile stab at label design. Imaginably thrown together in Microsoft Paint, printed on a sticker with the same essential artwork as Mr. Happy and slapped on the same bag as wholesale Dank. The look alone screams cheap capitalization on a popular product, and the quality of the product itself doesn’t quiet its scream much more.
It’s almost a shame to have to refer to this blend as Mr. Nice Guy, so in this review we’re gonna call it Second Gen. The herbs in Second Gen are just like Mr. Happy, just like Dank, and just like G-13. The manufacturers are paradoxically consistent and certainly conservative with their “varieties.” They have a small selection of scents that are relatively standard in all aspects. Second Gen is like the crappy Wal-Mart generic brand equivalent of Mr. Nice Guy… not even. It’s really just a generic that you might buy on the run for super cheap at a shop. Most likely a gas station.
G-13 is about the only blend that gets it (kind of) right on its own. Not even G-13 is an original name, similar to Dank in the sense its less of a direct ripoff than method to confuse consumers with the muddle of other products, some of which may be better.
Its scent is even more muted than its fellow family members, burns just as hard, but packs a heavier punch than its sissy sisters. It’s not saying much, but it’s saying something–and that much can’t really be said about “Sister Happy.”
Out of the crew we’ve just reviewed, this is the only aroma that produces notable effects. Therefore, in the context of this sole review, G-13 is comparably powerful. In the context of all of what’s available, this is on the lightweights team. Good for beginners at a shop–maybe.