Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Appropriately named, this strain tastes smooth, slightly floral and distinctly like champagne or white wine. The high is mellow and very heady.
A lustful combination of Hashplant and a Kush strain that was pollinated with a male Burmese cannabis strain, Champagne offers patients an exquisitely pleasurable medication. The effect sets in nearly immediately and lasts anywhere between an hour and an hour-and-a-half. Ideal for patients with depression, inflammation and migraines, this 50/50 hybrid is popular in dispensaries all over. Coated with trichomes, more experienced cannabis patients often use Champagne to make high-quality hash.
Having a relatively long maturation of 9 to 10 weeks indoor, or early on in November to the middle of the month when outdoor. The flowers produce a floral, danky aroma during maturity and she is relatively simple to cultivate.
Originally gaining popularity in California, Champagne has made its way to dispensaries across the nation and is highly favorable by cannabis patients. Ask your budtender about medicating with Champagne today!
I have mostly got this bud in San Fransico
my friends out there seem to have a
steady supply. The smell is top notch and
the bud is dense it was a little harsh but
not bad at all.
The bud itself, was a a light green, with an almost yellow tint to it (champagne is the best color I could use to describe it). The nugs were small with medium density and when split apart it smelled very strong and event a little bit sweet. There were lots of thc/cannabinoid crystals on the nugs.
I felt very creative at the beginning of the high but near the end I wanted to crash. I would recommend medicating with champagne during the late afternoon. It would go well with an outdoor activity, or activities of creative nature. Would recommend for headaches,