A Slice of Golden Pineapple

Exotic, uplifting, fruity, euphoric

Searching for a great summer weed that will make you feel like you’re lounging around on vacation? Look no further than Golden Pineapple, a Sativa grown by Phat Panda. Straight out of their “Frost Factory,” this strain has a sky high THC percentage and large local following. With a strong pineapple aroma and full fruit flavor, it gets you high as a kite as soon as you light it.


Info to Know: Pineapples are named as such because they resembled pinecones to early European explorers who encountered them.

Type: Golden Pineapple, Sativa-dominant

THC Content: 28.91 percent total THC

Rating:  4.5 out of 5.

Nugs: Large, densely packed, frosty, orange hairs

Odor: Very sweet aroma of pineapple immediately when you open the jar

Taste: Slightly sour yet sweet, just like a fresh pineapple. Slightly green pine flavor

High: Light and euphoric, yet strong and relaxing


Golden Pineapple

A cross between Golden Goat and Pineapple Kush, this strain is sweet, exotic and super fruity. Like biting into a slice of pineapple bursting with flavor, the smoke will enter your mouth and you’ll feel like you’re enjoying a fruity drink while lounging on a beach.

According to Phat Panda, Golden Pineapple “delivers effective relief for symptoms associated with anxiety and stress while still maintaining a physically energizing and mentally tranquil experience.”

Golden Pineapple is a light, Sativa-dominant strain that won’t weigh you down, but it’s still a heavy hitter that brings a huge bang for your buck. It tastes, looks and feels like it was grown premium, and those who really appreciate the effects of marijuana are sure to love it.  Ready to try it? Pick it up at Satori MJ in Pullman or Spokane today.

If you’re a fan of euphoric, fruity Sativa strains, you should also check out:

Island Sweet Skunk

Strawberry Cough

Palouse Peach


Photos: Toke Tank, Unsplash

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