Organic Sour Cookies from 1964 is a sativa-dominant strain that was created by crossing the popular Girl Scout Cookies with Sour Diesel.
The aroma and flavour profile is described as having a doughy yet sugary smell that is both sweet and sour at the same time. Growers report the buds as being dense with purple leaves and moderately thick layer of sugary trichomes.
Naturally we’re curious how this compares to strains like Sour Kush or the much loved Sage N Sour.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived from 1964 in a small industry standard black plastic bag with resealable zipper opening. We tore open the bag and released a very strong aroma that reminded us of sour apples. Similar to those green Granny Smith apples.
In terms of appearance, 1964 has done a nice job producing well-trimmed and super compact buds. You’ll see what I mean in the photos below. The red hairs snake around a sea of yellow trichomes layered across the green buds. Our main complaint was the dry state of the plant – if the flower had been packaged with a humidity shield it would have stayed fresher for longer.
It always puts a smile on our faces when a pleasing aroma follows through equally to the flavour. Here we get to enjoy something that tasted like apple slices that are a touch bitter with a doughy aftertaste but overall a nice subtle flavour.
Listed with 21.4% THC content and price tag of $34.95 for 3.5 grams, we found this Organic Sour Cookies from 1964 delivered a strong overall buzz. You should expect an experience that focuses primarily on the cerebral side of things with an uplifting feeling and slight focus shift which occurs every so often. However the only other sign of having enjoyed this pleasant bud is a light glassy eyes feeling so if you love sativa strains then this is one for you.