Grape Ape Delta 8 Loose Flower


Product Details:

  • 18.71% THC Delta-8

  • 17.11% CBD

  • Indoor, Hydroponically Grown

  • Indica-Dominant Hybrid Strain

  • 100% Federally Legal

Price List:

  • 1g - $9.99

  • 3.5g - $26.99

  • 7g - $49.99

  • 14g - $89.99

  • 28g - $168.99

  • 1/4lb - $499.99

  • 1/2lb - $799.99

  • 1lb - $1,399.99

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Grape Ape is a tasty, memorable strain with strong indica roots. Its distinctive look and complex fruity flavor makes it an easy favorite -- to say nothing of its incredibly potent body high. Grape Ape is the product of strains as different as Mendocino Purps, an award-winning Northern California crossbreed, the influential staple strain Skunk, and a legendary Afghani landrace. The combination of these nuances has yielded a bold and visually striking variety.

Grape Ape is marked by standout colors and multi-layered scents -- this is strain with more consumer “bag appeal” than most. Buds are large and have a dense bud structure with tightly-curled leaves. The leaves themselves are a deep green, with certain phenotypes expressing shades of purple and even red, with copper-colored pistils throughout.

Trichome count varies from moderate to high, leaving the flowers especially sticky. The multicolored leaves are also very pungent: a candy-like grape smell wafts from the chunky buds. Breaking open the sticky flowers with a grinder gives off a different odor, with some skunky musk from the Skunk #1 parent and more of a thick hash scent from Afghani.

When inhaled though, the slightly harsh smoke from Grape Ape tastes more fruity than skunky -- notes of grape and berries predominate, leaving behind a sweet sensation at the top of the palate.

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