Its specific leaf structure, stem thickness, density of flower sites and limited node spacing, and dark hues make Bubba Kush stand out in any garden. Specifically speaking, it’s known for large bud structures with hues ranging from purple to green.
Bubba Kush is a strain with a thousand stories behind it. While not as ‘lore-intensive as an OG Kush, Bubba Kush tends to bring about heated conversations across the cannabis world. While we’ve had the opportunity to speak with “Bubba/Matt” who tells a tale that stems from connections in Florida and ties the Bubba to OG heritage (Triangle to OG bagseeds), we’ve come to understand that its true genetic orgins are unknown.
Pineapple Kush cannabis strain is not to be confused with the infamous and elusive Pineapple Express popularized by the 2008 comedy (though some say it was the inspiration). Pineapple Kush has garnered an almost legendary reputation as one of the Emerald Triangle’s most sought after strains, particularly in the Pacific Northwest, and I’m honored to share my thoughts on it.
Appearance, Taste, and Smell of Pineapple Kush
Pineapple Kush is a hybrid mix of Pineapple and Master Kush (some great genetics if you ask me). It tastes as the name indicates: tangy, fruity with hints of caramel and a distinct minty finish. For me, it’s one of those “feel-good” strain smells and instantly lifts my mood (my brain is obviously prepping for enjoyment).
It has dark, dense, green nugs that come wrapped in glistening white crystals and red-orange hairs, which give off an incredibly strong sour-citrus smell. It always reminds me of Fruity Pebbles, so much so that I often have a bowl after my bowl.