During the 2020 High Times Magazine People’s Choice 2021 Cannabis Cup, Grape Sugar Cookies by Bedford Grow placed second in Best Hybrid Flower. I wanted to review the strain after that but could not find it on menus again until much later. Even then, I was not able to pick up Grape Sugar Cookies, and the eighths disappeared of the menu again (though we did review Grape Sugar Cookies Budder). A few weeks ago, I finally was able to pick up an eighth from Maribis Springfield.
Grape Sugar Cookies is a hybrid cross of Girl Scout Cookies and Purple Haze. This batch tested at 20.05% THCa, 0.32% THC, 17.90% total THC, 0.14% CBG, 0.16% CBGa, and 20.67% total cannabinoids. The primary terpenes included caryophyllene, limonene, humulene, linalool, terpineol, and bisabolol.
The well-trimmed buds had nice bag appeal with colorful green, dark green, and shades of purple. The pistils were a dark rusty orange, and creamy trichomes powered each bud.
From the jar, the Grape Sugar Cookies hit with sweet dough, grape, lavender, hops, and pine aromas. The flavors on the inhale clung to the grape jelly and sweet berry that mixed well with an earthy creaminess. The flavors also included hints of hops, pine, and kush.
Grape Sugar Cookies delivered true hybrid effects with a mentally stimulating head high that also relaxed thoughts related to anxiety and stress. The head high hovered right between energetic and sedation for almost the entire buzz.
The Grape Sugar Cookies produced a heavy body buzz with an early onset. Once settled, the body buzz anchored the overall high to keep an even keel. The very end of the buzz, the head and body high found more mental relaxation and physical sedation.
Overall, Grape Sugar Cookies would be a good choice for those looking for true hybrid effects with a relatively clear head high and strong body buzz that does not stray too far toward sativa or indica and for those who enjoy sweet and creamy grape flavors.
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