According to Citizen Stash, FPOG is grown in small batches, hand trimmed and expertly cured without any pesticides.
Sometimes called Fruity Pebbles OG, this indica-dominant flower was originally created by crossing Green Ribbon, Granddaddy Purple and Tahoe Alien. Citizen Stash says it has a sweet tropical aroma similar to citrus and berries with a fruity aftertaste on exhale. This strain has a distinct appearance that includes dense conical buds with deep purples and reds and contrasting bright orange hairs.
We reviewed Back Forty’s Fruity Pebbles OG not long ago so it will be interesting to see how this product compares.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
FPOG arrived in the same white plastic container as previous Citizen Stash products. We popped off the the lid and were greeted with a strong aroma that reminded us of sugary Fruit Loops cereal with a bold floral undertone towards the end.
Citizen Stash’s flower generally looks impressive (eg. their Mac 1) and this product is no exception. We dumped out the contents and examined the buds which were small to medium in size, dense (pebble sized) and covered in a thick frosting of trichomes. In terms of colour, there was definitely some vibrant greens but that was overpowered by the deep purple tones and bright orange hairs. Reminded us a bit of Unicorn Poop.
The flavour was pretty much on par with the fruity smell. Citizen Stash included a humidity shield so that likely helped retain some of the fresh aroma and flavour. The smoke was fairly smooth with a distinct sweet cereal taste on inhale however there is a mild floral note on exhale.
Listed with 21.3% THC content and a price tag of $51.95 for 3.5 grams, we found Citizen Stash’s FPOG delivered a strong high but the price makes it hard to fully recommend. With that being said, it produced a strong relaxing body vibe with a moderate mental cloud which was enjoyable. However we feel you can find pretty similar quality for less money so it comes down to your budget.