This is what you are used to. Cannabis crosses are made by taking pollen from a male and pollinating a female plant. The female produces seeds and those seeds are germinated. This is why we sometimes have different phenotypes for different strains (Melted Strawberries #1,2,4,5). Several seeds from the same cross are germinated at the same time. And just like sisters or brothers, they are similar and completely different at the same time. You can tell a product is an actual cross because it's lineage will be shown with an "x". I.E. GMO x Strawberry Guava.
Mixes are made by simply mixing two or more concentrates together. There's three different stages in which the concentrate are mixed. The first is doing a mixed wash. This is when the frozen buds are washed together. The second is made by washing strains separately, and later combining their live heads together so they can be pressed together. The final method is to wash and press the strains separately, and later mix the rosin together. We've tried all three. They all produce very similar results. You can tell your product is a mix because the lineage will have a "+". I.E. Mimosa + Papaya OG.
"Terpene profiles are mainly what are going to determine what kind of high you experience"