What makes Good Supply Grand Daddy Purps interesting? Grand Daddy Purps is a famous indica-dominant flower made by crossing Mendo Purps, Skunk and Afghanistan.
Good Supply’s version has a unique combination of different terpenes, including caryophyllene, pinene, and humulene. They say it’s unique appearance and aroma will make consumers feel like diving into a grape jelly sandwich. Let’s see how it compares to similar strains like 48North’s Granddaddy Purple or RIFF’s Subway Scientist.
When we opened the bag of Good Supply’s Grand Daddy Purps, there was a noticeable absence of any strong or distinctive aroma. The scent was mostly herbal or possibly earthy, with only a hint of subtle peppery undertones. We were disappointed that we couldn’t detect the grape or sweet scent that is usually associated with this strain. However, this may still appeal to consumers who prefer a more subdued aroma. Despite the lack of a prominent scent, the strain’s other characteristics, such as its potency and effects, should not be overlooked.
Our Good Supply Grand Daddy Purps was packaged in a lime green plastic bag that included a humidity shield to maintain the freshness and quality of the product. The bag also featured a front label that provided essential information such as the brand name, product name, THC and CBD levels, weight, contact details, lot number, and packaging date.
However, when we inspected the flower, we found it to be below average in appearance. The buds looked leafy, stemmy, dry and somewhat scraggly. If we had purchased this product from a street dealer, we would have considered it to be disappointing. While some of the buds looked slightly better than others, overall, they were average at best. The buds were covered in orange-coloured hairs, but unfortunately, the trichome layer was not very visible, which is a crucial factor for many cannabis enthusiasts who prioritize the appearance of the buds.
After carefully rolling into a joint and lighting it up, our initial suspicions were confirmed. The flavour profile was mild, with a generic herbal taste that seemed to be the dominant note. While some of us did detect a possible grape undertone, it was not strong enough to be noticeable to everyone, which suggests that it was a subtle note at best. Unfortunately, the smoke proved to be harsh and caused us to cough frequently throughout the session, which detracted from the overall experience. The harshness of the smoke may be a deal-breaker for some users who are sensitive to this type of experience.
Good Supply’s Grand Daddy Purps was purchased in a 3.5-gram bag with a THC content of 25.6% and a reasonable price of $17.95. The product was packaged on January 3, 2023, with the lot number 3101727232. Although the price is affordable, we felt that the product’s average appearance and lack of distinct aroma didn’t justify paying any more.
However after smoking, we experienced a moderately strong and relaxing high that produced both a calming feeling and physical relaxation. While the experience overall was below-average, the high itself was decent and may be worth trying for consumers who want budget-friendly flower that does the job. This was satisfactory at best, but there are other strains on the market with more appealing aroma, appearance, and flavour profiles.