When properly cured, Ice Wreck’s flowers give off a fresh, woodsy pine scent. On closer inspection, there are also some dank notes of damp earthy. Meanwhile, grinding up or breaking open the small buds gives off a rich perfume of incense and spice, perhaps testifying to the Afghani indica in this strain’s lineage. When burnt in a pipe or a joint, Ice Wreck gives off a harsh, acrid smoke that may tickle the smoker’s palate and lungs, inducing tears and coughing. On the exhale, this rough smoke carries a piney, peppery flavor.