Monkey Glue from Good Supply is a hybrid strain with unclear genetics but we think Gorilla Glue #4 could be in there.
They describe the aroma as a combination of sour and earthy with a similar flavour profile, light green resin-covered buds with burnt orange hairs. The dominant terpenes in this strain include beta-Caryophyllene, Nerolidol, alpha-Humulene. So how does this flower compare to other Glue strains like TGOD’s Gorilla Glue or Early Glue RBx1 from Ogen?
Check our review, rating and photos below.
Just like previous Good Supply products this one arrived in a shiny lime green plastic bag with resealable zipper opening. We got right down to business and tore open the package which released a mild smell of earthy herbs with a slight undertone of tangy citrus.
We dumped out the contents and were happy to see Good Supply included a large humidity shield inside the bag to maintain some level of freshness. In terms of the buds, they were fluffy and spongy to the touch, small to medium in size and felt crispy on the outside. While some of the nugs did have excessive leaf and stem, in the larger picture it was not a huge deal overall.
Although the earthy herbal aroma was not bad, we found the flavour profile to be a few notches below. After inhaling we mainly detected a bland earthy dirt taste with an herbal undertone. The flavour was moderately strong, but as mentioned fairly bland which means you wouldn’t be smoking this for the taste but more likely the price (discussed next).
Listed with 21.7% THC content and a price tag of $114.95 for 28 grams (or $17.95 for 3.5 grams), we found Good Supply’s Monkey Glue delivered a strong high at a good price. The high felt mostly body focused like you took an extra-strength muscle relaxant. However this sensation is combined with a mild mental cloud that makes you want to sit and chill. This one would be worth trying given the price just don’t except an aromatic or flavourful experience.