Creamy, doughy cookie flavors have flooded the market riding on the wild popularity of Girl Scout Cookies. Personally, I lean toward the wider variety of fruity terpene flavors available, but when you blend creamy cookies and tangy fruit, I’m an instant buyer. That’s the story of the next concentrate from my recent run of Bedford Grow products from Maribis Springfield: Grape Sugar Cookies Budder.
Grape Sugar Cookies is an indica leaning hybrid cross of Girl Scout Cookies and Purple Haze. This batch of budder tested at 68.23% THCA and 70.68% total cannabinoids. The most prevalent terpenes were β-caryophyllene, limonene, and α-humulene.
This gram appeared as a mound of champagne-colored golden-yellow superfine wet sugar. It had a cloudy opaqueness that almost looked creamy. The sugar mounded and clumped easily but didn’t stick to my scoop and took some balance to get into my rig.
The aroma in the jar was sharp with sour green grape, diesel, lime, lavender, and hints of skunk. The inhale was surprising and lived up to the name. It really did have the flavor of sugar cookies and grape jelly. The exhale took on some of the earthy tones, and I noticed skunk, earth, and hints of lavender.
This was another indica leaning hybrid with effects that felt more hybrid than indica. The body buzz was tingly and euphoric. I noticed a considerable boost in my mood almost immediately. The headspace started clear and wide open but as the effects built became heavily cerebral.
Overall, Grape Sugar Cookies’ wide ranging effects and delightful flavor have cemented it as a new favorite.
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