Top 10 sweet and fruity strains
When you’re in the mood to smoke on something sweet, fruity strains are just the thing to satisfy your craving. From lemon to mango to strawberry, fruity strains offer a delicious array of flavors, but still deliver the earthy taste and aroma that consumers love most about their favorite herb.
Because of the excellent and unique experiences they bring, lots of fruity strains are award-winners and have received recognition at widely-known cannabis events like the High Times Cannabis Cup. But even without a trophy, fruity strains are worth trying simply for the fact that they spice things up and make smoke sessions that much sweeter.
Whether you’re looking to grow a fruity strain or pick one up from your local dispensary, these flavorful buds will please consumers and cultivators alike. On top of their delightful taste and smell, several fruity strains boast everything from exceptional yields to fast flowering times. To point you towards the best trees, here is our Top 10 sweet and fruity strains
Fruity strains don't just deliver phenomenal taste and smell, but also sweeter highs. This list singles out our Top 10 sweet and fruity strains on the market.
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Sweet Sweet is a great yielder for a sativa and is thought to be a prime phenotype of the original Skunk #1. As the common ancestor to nearly all strains in the modern cannabis market, Skunk #1 hasn’t lost its power punch in the three decades it has blessed the cannabis community and is evident in this sharply flavored specimen.
Bubblegum and hard candy
Skunky, heavy bodied smoke lingers in the mouth and permiates the surrounding air with the aroma of a 70’s dorm room.
One of the more gentle sativas, Sweet Sweet will give users a more relaxed, less rushing high than perhaps a Haze variety would. Still potent, you should expect increased thought production, heart rate and motivation.
Sweet Sweet is a great yielder for a sativa and is thought to be a prime phenotype of the original Skunk #1. As the common ancestor to nearly all strains in the modern cannabis market