I’ve wanted to review In Grown Farms products for quite some time now, but my local dispensary does not often carry Innocent or Tweed brands, and if the products are on the menu, they don’t last long. So while visiting Curaleaf Morris (formerly known as Greenhouse Morris), I decided to pick a gram of Sherbert Cookie Punch.
Sherbert Cookie Punch is an indica-dominant cross between Purple Punch (Larry OG and Granddaddy Purple) and Triangle Wookies (Triangle Kush and Wookies). This batch tested at 20.724% THCa and 21.664% total cannabinoids. The primary terpenes included beta-myrcene, limonene, beta-caryophyllene, fenchol, and alpha-humulene.
The fluffy colorful buds contained three shades of green with small purple leaves hidden throughout, all of which was covered in dark-cream trichomes. Bright orange pistils protruded wildly through the pointy-shaped buds.
The myrcene, limonene, caryophyllene delivered a mix of earthy kush, citrus, pepper, and hops aroma. The flavor added a punch of orangey-lemon and gas (especially on the inhale) that turned earthy and gassy on the back end. The exhale added a mix of cinnamon and pepper on the back end as well. Meanwhile, on both the inhale and exhale, the Triangle Kush and Wookies lineage delivered an interesting earthy sweetness to all of it.
Of course, Sherbert Cookie Punch provided a potent indica-leaning high with a fast onset. The limonene and Traingle Kush allowed the cerebral buzz to keep stay stimulating and clearheaded enough to function in smaller doses and was great for my normal end of the night relaxation while watching television. In heavier doses and later in the buzz, the cerebral buzz developed into thought wondering and eventually some thoughtlock.
The Purple Punch and Wookies lineage, along with myrcene, caryophyllene, humulene, and fenchol, delivered a heavy body buzz that hit early and continued in heavy waves as I continued to dose. Sherbert Cookie Punch’s body buzz eased some slight pain in my legs and back from taking too long of walk.
The balance of a strong but functional cerebral high with a heavy body buzz made it perfect for late-day stress relief and relaxation. And because the head high did not knock me out, I enjoyed listening to music, playing games, and watching television as I wound down at night. The strain also boosted my appetite.
Overall, if In Grown Farms can deliver a strain I enjoyed that had a Purple Punch parent then In Grown Farms won (for those who don’t follow my reviews, I am not usually a fan of Purple Punch). Sherbert Cookie Punch was a pleasant surprise and just made me want to review several more of their products.
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