Wedding Cake Weed
Wedding Cake Weed strain discussed in this review is a cross of Cherry Pie and Girl Scout Cookies (GSC). If you are from Canada, you may know this strain by its other name, Pink Cookies. Wedding Cake is a highly potent strain with an average THC content of around 25%. Therefore it is entirely unsuitable for novices. However, experienced cannaseurs who consume Wedding Cake weed in moderation should enjoy this strain’s euphoric high.
With a name like the Wedding Cake strain, you’d expect it to have a sweet flavor and aroma, and it doesn’t disappoint. The sweetness hits you right away when you first smell its delicious vanilla scent. Wedding Cake also contains subtle hints of earth and pepper, which complement its sweeter notes nicely. This strain’s notes proved that its backcrossed genetics mixed well and kept the all-important tart and sugary qualities of its lineage.
The Wedding Cake Weed strain’s aroma gives a good indication of what this strain tastes like. Wedding Cake initially has a peppery taste on the inhale, but its more robust earthy flavor soon takes over. The sweeter, vanilla notes are most prominent on the exhale and leave a lingering, pleasantly sweet aftertaste. Wedding Cake plants have a typical indica-like appearance and are short and bushy with thick foliage and dense buds. The leaves are forest green in color, and as the plant matures, a purple hue becomes more prominent.
Wedding Cake Weed plants grow short and bushy, so they are suitable for indoor cultivation. If growing the Wedding Cake strain indoors, please note that it does best in nutrient-rich soil. It is essential that indoor growers have a good ventilation system in place to increase airflow and manage humidity levels in their grow room. Wedding Cake plants are fairly high maintenance, and regular pruning is essential to keep their dense foliage under control. Furthermore, experienced growers recommend using the Sea of Green (SOG) method when cultivating the Wedding Cake strain.