The actual La Estepena Polvoron Tradicional is a popular dessert cookie from Spain. The bakers use finely ground almonds to make the crumbly, soft cookies.
The mylar bag is a play on the desserts’ packaging, a marketing technic I discussed lately on a recent Dubz Garden review. Also worth noting in addition to what appears to be the cookies, we also see some lemons and cherries, most likely indicating a lemon cherry gelato cross.
For the most part, is a light green hue with long orange hairs and short white hairs, and resinous trichomes. There are purple, and dark green highlights found scattered about the colas.