Sunet Sherbet | Hybrid
Sunset Sherbet is distinguished by medium to large-sized flowers that hold together in the dense, indica-typical structure. The wide leaves are offset by rust-colored pistils. In certain phenotypes, flowers show flashes of deep purpleand sticky trichomes dot the already-colorful flowers, giving them a silvery sheen. The peppery, citrus scent comes off cured buds, a tantalizing combination of Sunset Sherbet’s parent strains. On closer inspection, a skunky pungency lurks underneath the fruity tones, while grinding up or breaking open the nugs reveals the strain’s dank, hashy odors, courtesy of grandparent strain OG Kush. When combusted, Sunset Sherbet has a harsh smoke that may sting eyes and sinuses and induce coughing. On the exhale, this smoke leaves behind a tart, saccharine taste. Notably, the anthocyanin pigments that give this strain its unique purple color do not have a corresponding effect on taste, and flavors of grape are rarely detected in Sunset Sherbet’s flowers.
Sunset Sherbert is a tasty, colorful hybrid that starts off with a powerful body stone, followed by a zing of mental stimulation. This cross between Blackberry Kush and Girl Scout Cookies shows off some remarkable green and purple flowers covered in a thick coat of trichomes. Sunset Sherbet smells like berries and citrus with a little bit of skunk lurking underneath. The predominantly indica high creeps up slowly, eventually sinking smokers with a droopy feeling of total relaxation. A thoughtful, dreamy mindset kicks in a little bit later on, making this a great strain for working on creative projects or just watching TV. This is the perfect strain for kicking back on a warm summer evening. If you’re busting it out in social situations, make sure you bring enough to share!