When you combine the famous Grand Daddy Purple with Pink Champagne, you get a delightful sativa called Purple Champagne. This strain produces small dense buds in various shades of purple, from lavender to deep indigo.
The aroma and taste of Purple Champagne are reminiscent of fermenting berries, with a subtle hint of sweet grape. However, the flavor is more enjoyable, with notes of spices on the exhale.
Purple Champagne has an average THC level in the low 20s, but some tests have shown it can reach up to 29%. According to reviewers, the high from Purple Champagne is euphoric and relaxing, providing a gradual boost in either creativity or focus for engaging in creative tasks and hobbies. However, some have noted that with increased consumption of Purple Champagne, sedation becomes more likely as the high wears off.
Cannabinoid Lab Data:
– THC: 19.98%
Terpene Lab Data:
– Beta Caryophyllene: 0.898%
– Beta Myrcene: 0.365%
– Limonene: 0.171%
My Review of the Purple Champagne Strain:
I have just had the pleasure of trying the Purple Champagne strain, and it was an absolute delight! From the moment I took my first inhale, I could feel the relaxing effects wash over me. The vibrant purple hues of the buds perfectly matched its unique flavor profile, blending sweet notes of berries and grapes with a subtle hint of sourness. It provided me with a blissful, euphoric high that allowed my mind to soar while keeping my body pleasantly relaxed. The smooth smoke made the experience even more enjoyable, leaving me feeling both uplifted and calm. Purple Champagne is definitely a strain worth experiencing for its exquisite taste and delightful effects.