Sorbetto is a slightly Indica-dominant hybrid strain of cannabis. First grown by Aficionado Seeds, Sorbetto is a powerful addition to their long line of exclusive cannabis strains. This cannabis company prides itself on being the world’s first cannabis boutique, focusing solely on exclusivity and high quality in its products. Some have likened the experience to that of streetwear’s hypebeast culture, wherein a small batch of exclusive product is sold to private consumers in order to drive up prices and promote discussion about the product. This has led to these strains always landing in the “top shelf” category in dispensaries. Sorbetto combines a wonderfully potent 20% THC with a full-bodied terpene profile to produce a wonderful mid-afternoon or daytime smoke.
These piecey and fluffy buds take on a brilliant shade of mint green that’s sure to catch your eye when you’re browsing the local dispensary. In addition, you’re likely to spot bright orange hairs and frosty, oversized trichomes on this bud.
The aroma produced by these buds is quite fresh and light, often described by users as a delightful blend of lavender and other herbs with fresh flowers, citrus, and sweet honey. The flavor is quite similar, and it’s sure to have you coming back for hit after hit just to get more of that sweet flavor on your palate. The product of a three-way cross, Sorbetto inherits these physical qualities from its three parent strains: Zkittlez, Sunset Sherbet, and Magnum Opus.
The high from this strain comes on a bit heavier than you’d expect, though it won’t leave you stunned and couch-locked for hours on end. At the beginning of the high, you should expect your mind to be uplifted with a slightly tingling and happy state that’s sure to boost your mood. In this heady state you’ll also find it quite easy to zero in on something specific as your sense of focus is greatly enhanced.
As the high progresses it becomes increasingly more physical, spreading throughout your body as tendrils of seductive relaxation wind themselves around your limbs and weigh you down in place. Although you’ll still muster the strength to get up and move around if need be, you’ll likely be way too comfortable to even find a reason to do so. This pain-free experience has made the strain incredibly popular despite its incredibly limited availability.
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