The Cherry Cookie strain from Lilac City Gardens provides a wonderfully sweet, tart and uplifting experience. Cherry Cookie is a rare GSC cross for a couple of reasons. It’s hard to find and it’s a sativa-hybrid, which isn’t common within the GSC family tree. Cherry Cookies comes from breeding GSC with Cherry Kush. Cherry Kush is a cross of Purple Afghani and OG Kush. Looking at this strains genetic makeup, I’m not sure where the buzzing sativa qualities come from, but the right combination of genetic locks tumbled into place.
These flowers have the Cookies look, dense flowers with bold indigo splotches and a thin sheen of trichomes all the way to the stem. Cherry Cookie has a sweet earthy aroma that GSC is known for and a tart cherry smell on the backend. Firing through a few bong bowls filled my mouth with sweet and tart earthy flavors and hints of cherries after every exhale.
This strain was a slow build to a powerful mental buzz that made me euphoric and elevated my mood. If you’re a creative who likes to smoke or you work from home like myself, I think Lilac City Gardens’ Cherry Cookie strain can make a great work aid.
- THCA: 15%
- Total THC: 13.46%
- Total CBD: 0.10%
- Total Cannabinoids: 13.6%
Cherry Cookie Strain Overview
- Genetics: GSC crossed with Cherry Kush
- Aromatics: Sweet earthy cookies and strong hints of tart cherry
- Flavors: Sweet and tart earth with cherry flavors on the exhale
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