Sunset Sherbet Strain Review

Strain Name: Sunset Sherbet

Sunset Sherbet weed strain review

Yes or No?: YES

Farm: Apollo Grown, Monroe Oregon

Dispensary: Club Sockeye, 94253 N Bank Rogue River Rd, Gold Beach, OR 97444

Type: Indica Dominant Hybrid

Content: 23.5% THC

Harvest Date: 8-1-17

Tested By: Chem History

Genetics: Girl Scout Cookies X Pink Panties. Although some variations are G.S.C. X Blackberry Kush. This review is of the GSC X Pink Panties version.

Sunset Sherbet weed strain review

Appearance and Feels: The Sunset Sherbet by Apollo Grown has a nice green shade to it with orange to brown colored pistils and a decent covering of trichomes. I got some of the last batch that Club Sockeye had, which is why the buds were quite small. What this particular 4 gram sample lacks in bag appeal, it more than makes up for in taste and smell.

Sunset Sherbet weed strain review

Smell: There’s a strong, skunky and sweet citrus aroma, that is even more pronounced when you put it through the grinder. The sticky buds break apart and leave a fantastic aroma that makes you want to take a little nibble on. But of course these buds are for smoking, not eating. Although if you did want to eat with this cannabis, you could check out my Ardent Lift review I wrote for Stuff Stoners Like for a quick and easy way to decarboxylate cannabis.

Sunset Sherbet weed strain review

Flavor: Super sweet and skunky with a subtle note of that citrus aroma I was inhaling earlier. This is definitely some good tasting weed. It’s got some lighter, earthy flavor to it on the backend, but it’s mostly sweet, sweet cheetah.

Sunset Sherbet weed strain review

High: Sky high. Taking a joint to the head leaves you with a satisfying feeling of accomplishment. That’s right, I did that. I smoked it and now I feel great. At just over 20% THC, there’s definitely some cause for excitement.

Sunset Sherbet weed strain review

Overall: In my personal experience, the Sunset Sherbet is just that. Something sweet to ride off into the sunset while enjoying a sweet citrus-esque taste and smell. She looks good, tastes good, and most importantly, feels good. What more could one ask for in some high quality cannabis? If you have a chance to check out the Apollo Grown Sunset Sherbet, I definitely recommend it.

Sunset Sherbet weed strain review

Author: Mat Lee

Dab lab rat and freelance cannabis reviewer. Creating dope shit since the chromosome split.