Desserts & Sweets from General Admission is a hybrid made from the Peanut Butter Breath strain.
Traditionally PBB is the result of crossing Do-Si-Dos and Mendo Breath. Most users describe the aroma as a combination of earth and nuts with a very subtle sweet undertone. Growers indicate the buds are typically dense, bright and very frosty.
It will be interesting to see how this compares to General Admission’s Banana Kush.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived from General Admission in a very small white plastic bag with resealable zipper opening. Initially when we cracked the seal open there wasn’t much of a smell but after a few good whiffs it began to slowly creep out. It was definitely not an overpowering smell but did remind us of something nutty like peanut skins.
Unfortunately General Admission did not include a humidity shield inside the bag. However it didn’t seem to matter a whole lot as the buds were spongy, dense and ranged in size from small to medium plus they were absolutely coated in a thick layer of trichomes that was easily noticeable by the naked eye. It seems the trim work could have been a little better as there is some leafiness and stems visible.
The same nutty component was once again present in the flavour profile but slightly stronger than the aroma. In all the bud we’ve reviewed, we can’t recall one that literally tasted like peanuts on inhale and exhale like this one.
Our bag was part of lot number 22030000172 and packaged on April 4, 2022. Listed with 22.58% THC content at $29.95 for 3.5 grams, Desserts & Sweets is a great entry for anyone new to and exploring the dried flower scene as we feel it’s strength was moderate even though it had over 22% THC. This hybrid delivers a good balance between a mild mental calm with an equally mild body vibe that encouraged the goosebumps sensation.