By Sujinder Juneja
The flavour is light and clean, with notes similar to the nose, but expanding to include fresh baked baguette, and vanilla. The aftertaste was again pleasant and clean, with no ashen aftertaste.
This provenance extends to cannabis as well, and the weed nerds that we are, we were immediately intrigued when the budtender recommended a strain that was “forum cut”. Have you heard of this? Until then, neither had we.
The inaugural ‘Weed of the Week’ nod goes to the Forum Cut GSC from Vancouver’s WestCanna Medical Dispensary.
WestCanna’s Forum Cut GSC is The Planter’s Guide inaugural weed of the week.
The notions of genealogy and provenance are important to understanding and appreciating what strain of cannabis will work for you, depending on the desired experience.
Girl Scout Cookies (GSC) is one of the most well-known strains that has emerged from California. The original and most sought-after version is an Indica-dominant hybrid of F1 crossed with Durban Poison, to create F1 Durban, which is then crossed with a specific clone of OG Kush to make GSC. Depending on the source, their GSC may have been crossed with another strain over time, producing something labelled as such, but it may not look, smell or taste like it’s supposed to. The experience may also be markedly different than expected.
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But the Forum Cut GSC (formerly known as Girl Scout Cookies) comes from the original plant created by iconic grower Jigga in California, and we sampled it on a West Coast beach on a sunny late-Winter’s afternoon.
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