What Is the Pink Champagne Strain?
Pink Champagne is a cross between the indica Granddaddy Purple and the hybrid Cherry Pie. While it is an indica-dominant strain (80:20), its effects tend to kick in pretty quickly. Pink Champagne weed consumers say that they first experience gentle pressure in their face and temples just before the strain’s effects take hold.
The heavy, lazy feeling that Pink Champagne instills makes it best suited to evening use.
It’s perfect for people looking to de-stress and unwind after a busy day. The heavy, lazy feeling that Pink Champagne instills makes it best suited to evening use. While recreational users generally consume it for relaxation purposes, medicinal consumers use it to address various conditions. We will discuss some of the conditions that Pink Champagne may benefit in the Medical Benefits section below.
Pink Champagne’s fragrance is a mixture of sweet, fruity notes. Users liken the aroma to a combination of blueberries, grapes, and cherries blended with a danker, skunky odor. The muskier skunky smell is more pungent when grinding the buds. Pink Champagne produces smoke that is smooth and easy on the throat. However, it does have quite a strong, pungent odor, so you might want to open a few windows.
Pink Champagne’s aroma gives a good indication of how it tastes. It has a sweet fruity flavor infused with grapes and berry-like notes. Some say that it also has a slightly malty, yeasty taste on the exhale.