When you cross the infamous Grand Daddy Purple with Pink Champagne, you get a delicious sativa dubbed Purple Champagne. This strain produces small buds that are dense and filled with shades of purples ranging from lavender to deep indigo.
Its scent and flavor profile will remind you of fermenting berries, but with a subtle hint of sweet grape underneath. Luckily, the taste is more pleasant with notes of spices on the exhale.
THC levels average in the low 20’s but it’s been tested at reaching up to 29%. Some reviewers have shared that the high of Purple Champagne was euphoric and relaxing to their body and they’ve experienced a slow boost in either creativity or focus that enabled them to work on creative tasks and hobbies. Some have stated that the more Purple Champagne they smoked, the more likely it was that they faced sedation as the high wore down.
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