There’s a lot going with this strain, which is available at Holistic Healing Collective in Richmond. At first glance, it’s just a cross of Sherbet and Gelato, complete with a name like a celebrity couple. But each of those strains has two parents — Sherbet is a cross of Girl Scout Cookies and Pink Panties, while Gelato is a cross of Sunset Sherbet and Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies. So, there’s a lot of potent genetics at play for this $50 eighth.
The crystal-drenched buds were shades of dark green and blushes of purple, but broken down it showed shades of bright, emerald green. After every puff, all I could think about was how pretty it tasted: a fresh, floral taste with a faint sugary sweetness— almost like candy — which didn’t fade as it was smoked.
The high was intensely and pleasantly stoney (at 21.92 percent THC), and even after just a few puffs I caught myself in deep thought. The only thing I didn’t like was that I could feel my face begin to get heavy and my eyes start to turn red (you know that feeling) shortly after smoking, and was glad that I wasn’t out in public or any place where I wouldn’t want to seem ... absentminded.
Overall, this strain was a true delight from start to finish. It’s definitely a stonier hybrid, so this is the type of flower I’d recommend on a day when you don’t have any obligations. Either way, just plan on getting irrevocably high really fast and staying that way for awhile.
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