It has a tropical citrus and berry taste, sour yet sweet, but without the headache of a real Mimosa cocktail.
The breeder Symbiotic Genetics turned Purple Punch and Clementine into the Mimosa strain in 2017. Since then, it has steadily been growing in popularity, not only with people who are a fan of its namesake drink but for anyone who can stomach a fruity cocktail that includes up to 27% THC.
The plant’s buds grow small, dense, round, and olive-green. Dark amber hairs grow plentifully over the buds and the white trichomes shimmer. It has a tropical citrus and berry taste, sour yet sweet, but without the headache of a real Mimosa cocktail.
Just be warned that many users, even experienced ones, report very dry mouth when using this strain. Take extra care to stay hydrated when enjoying your mimosa.
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