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About this Hybrid Strain
With similar effects and aromatics as the Spanish drink, the strain known as Sangria is an Indica leaning hybrid that is highly sought out for its enticing terpene profile and high THC levels.
A cross between Vintner's Moonshine and Querkle, Sangria produces beautiful, eye-catching buds with long, purple and fern green leaves. A thick and fuzzy layer of golden trichomes give the buds a furry appearance and hint at its potency. It grows well both in and outdoors, with a flowering time of 55 to 60 days.
Those who have had the opportunity to try a batch of Sangria have shared that its effects begin with an uplifting euphoria that elevates mood. As the mind wanders off into bliss, they say the body slowly falls into a deep state of relaxation, leaving some sleepy and others glued to the couch. Reminiscent of the drink, Sangria's aroma is fruity and woody, with an undertone of citrus and bubble gum when ground. Its flavor is sweet and fruity, with a smooth, earthy finish.
Limonene and Beta Caryophyllene are the dominant terpenes in Sangria. Many believe that these terpenes work therapeutically to help reduce anxiety, stress, pain, and inflammation. THC levels have been known to reach up into the thirties in some batches of Sangria, with our particular batch testing in at 25%.
Frequently Asked Questions About Sangria
- What is Sangria?
Sangria is an Indica leaning hybrid known to produce high THC levels and a sedating experience, as described by consumers.
- Where does Sangria come from?
Sangria is bred by crossing the two strains, Querkle and Vintner's Moonshine.
- What does Sangria smell like?
Breaking apart the buds of Sangria will produce a fruity and woody fragrance, combined with notes of citrus and bubble gum.
- What does Sangria taste like?
The flavor of Sangria is fruity, with a smooth, earthy smoke.
- What color does Sangria have?
The buds of Sangria are purple and green in color, coated in golden fuzzy trichomes.
- What effects does Sangria have?
Reviewers have noted Sangria to produce a euphoric and relaxing experience that often leads to couch-lock and sleepiness.
- Is Sangria an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Sangria is an Indica leaning hybrid cannabis strain.