Legendary Girl Scout Cookie Thin Mint

A Real Creeper

Looking for a sweet strain that is strong, unique and flavorful? Girl Scout Cookie Thin Mint marijuana fulfills all of those needs. This strain was sourced from Royal’s Cannabis in Spokane, Washington. We stopped by on the 2nd day they were open so this really was quite a treat!

Grandmother's mint lives on...

Info to Know:

Type: Girl Scout Cookie Thin Mint, hybrid, Indica-dominant

THC Content: 23.6 percent total THC

Rating: 4.3 out of 5.

Nugs: Large and spongey, not dry or hard.

Odor: Strong minty odor with heavy cheese. Slightly sour.

Taste: Very strong earthy flavor, smoke is light and minty.

High: Light and uplifting, creeps on slowly then hits you hard.


Girl Scout Cookie Thin Mint

The Girl Scout Cookies strain is a legendary hybrid between Durban Poison and OG Kush varieties. It has the classic scent of mint which is what gives this unique strain its name. This is a strong medical strain that brings the recreational user strong psychoactive effects. Novice smokers beware of its powerful effects.

This is one of the best Indica strains out there, having won multiple awards and achieved notoriety. The sponginess of the nugs makes roasting the flowers easy and light rather than dense, harsh or like crackly a firecracker. The smoke is tasty, light and smooth with no harshness and a hint of mint. This is a creeping high so don’t hit it too hard at first (unless that’s what you’re going for!)

It’s got a strong, intense smell that fills the room. Thin Mint also has several medicinal qualities, mainly fighting insomnia, anxiety, pain and low appetite. Roast a bowl of Girl Scout Cookie Thin Mint and the high is immediately mellow, relaxing and cerebral. This strain is Indica-dominant, so it also brings the user a medium body effect with a light tingly sensation.


Photos: Toke Tank, Edsel Little

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