About Gorilla Grapes
Her parents may be well-known but there’s still a lot of mystery surrounding indica-dominant Gorilla Grapes. Hailing from Dungeons Vault Genetics in the Pacific Northwest, she’s a cross between Gorilla Glue #4, now called Original Glue, and Vino OG. These breeders are secretive when it comes to their strains, and the fact that many people confuse this bud for Grape Ape or Gorilla Grape Ape certainly doesn’t help things.
On the bright side, Gorilla Grapes is a very potent bud that experienced users will drool over, offering an average 28% THC level. Buds are dark green with obvious purple undertones and feature bright amber crystals with copious amounts of sticky resin. Rather than tasting like a sweet and juicy grape, this strain blends flavors of earth and spice alongside its fruity base, making for an experience that’s sometimes bordering on harsh and cough-inducing if you aren’t careful. Diesel undertones have also been known to make their way into the mix, so be aware if that’s a taste that you simply can’t handle.
Just as potent as her flavors, the high that most experience with Gorilla Grapes isn’t one to be taken lightly. Time after time, users note that they are immediately launched into a stoney sensation that’s best described as relaxing and foggy. Essentially, this bud tends to turn off your brain in a way, preventing you from worrying about anything other than having a good time. Feelings of joy typically make their way into your system, and before long, both the mental and physical effects of this bud will have you feeling great. Some individuals describe a bit of a longing for social activity as well as an increased feeling of creativity, yet they lack the energy to do much about either of these desires.
As mentioned, Dungeons Vault Genetics is a pretty low-key breeder, and seeds of Gorilla Grapes can be hard to locate. What’s worse, if you do end up ordering some and are ready to plant, reports detailing how to best cultivate this plant are nowhere to be found. Like most hybrids, it’s a safe guess that she will thrive inside and outdoors and will probably take roughly 9 weeks before she’s ready to harvest, however this is speculative and you’d be better off speaking with an experienced grower first.
Despite the widespread availability of Original Glue, offspring of this strain are often difficult to come by. If the sound of Gorilla Grapes just absolutely does it for you, make it your mission to find her at a local dispensary. Stock up as best as you can, and be sure to clear your calendar before you light up. Even experienced smokers might be surprised by her potency, and the last thing you want is to have to fake your way through social plans when you’d rather be sleeping.