Loudpack Premium Cannabis Flower Sherbet GSC 3.5g High Grade Strains
Sherbet GSC Loudpack Weed has undoubtedly become one of California’s most renowned dessert strains, captivating the hearts of many tokers. Its fascinating genetics and sweet creamy sensation make it an irresistible temptation for those looking for a high-quality experience.
Created by Mr. Sherbinski in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sherbet is a hybrid of Pink Panties and Girl Scout Cookies with an 85/15 indica-to-sativa ratio. Its THC content ranges from 15-19 percent, making it a moderately potent strain that still packs a punch. In 2017, it placed third in the Amsterdam Cannabis Cup, cementing its position as one of the best dessert strains available.
Sherbet’s origins are steeped in legend, with the story going that Mr. Sherbinski inadvertently crossbred a male Pink Panties plant with a female Girl Scout Cookies flower, resulting in the creation of Sherbet. Today, the original Sherbet strain is made up solely of Pink Panties and GSC genetics, giving it a robust indica presence with THC levels in the high teens.
Sherbet GSC Loudpack Weed Premium Flavor Review
If you’re a fan of this strain you’ll also like Gelato Cake Loudpack Weed and GMO Solventless jetty carts. Although many people describe Sherbet as “well-balanced,” its potent head-rush properties make it too intense for new tokers. Instead, inexperienced tokers should consider trying low-THC alternatives like Rainbow Sherbet.
When it comes to aroma and flavor, Sherbet has a tangier profile compared to its equally famous cousin, Gelato. Thanks to its GSC genetics, it has minty, creamy, and sweet terpenes. However, Sherbet also has more pronounced citrusy notes, making it a more complex flavor experience. It’s not uncommon to experience fruity aromatics like cherry and grape when smoking Sherbet.
Although Sherbet is recommended for nighttime use, its high sativa presence ensures that you won’t experience deep sedation when indulging in its delectable sweetness. So why not treat yourself to the creamy goodness of the iconic Sherbet strain and experience the wonders of its fascinating genetics? Just remember that unless otherwise stated, “Sunset Sherbet” and “Sherbet OG” are just different names for the same strain.