Fruity Pebbles OG from Greybeard is an indica-dominant flower that was made by crossing Green Ribbon, Granddaddy Purple and Tahoe.
Users describe the aroma as being gassy with a strong undertone of sweet dark chocolate. This could be due to the terpene combination that includes limonene, myrcene and caryophyllene. In terms of appearance, Greybeard says it has olive-green buds that are covered with extra-long orange-hued filaments and a substantial trichome layer.
It will be interesting to see how this compares to Citizen Stash’s FPOG or Fruity Pebbles OG by Back Forty.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
Fruity Pebbles OG comes packaged in a sealed container with a Bodeva pack. Burst of a sweet citrus with hints of a slightly musky gas escapes the container once the seal is ripped. The smell is very fruity and reminded us a little of gelato strains.
For the most part Greybeard always has nice looking buds and this case was no exception. FPOG is semi dense dark green bud with dark orange curly hairs glistening in trichomes. Sticky to touch and bounces back to form once squished.
Taste is absolutely amazing giving you a burst of tropical sweetness followed by straight diesel. It was smoking fruity pebbles the cereal out the bong, no joke! However when we rolled up a joint, the fruity pebbles taste is mostly covered by a strong gas.
Listed at 25.2% THC content and a price tag of $45.99, we thought Greybeard’s FPOG delivered a solid pick me up that included a smooth sailing high with great flavour profile. Although listed as indica-dominate it certainly hits us more like a 50/50 hybrid which we really enjoyed. You can pretty much smoke this whenever you would like and because of the great taste, it’ll be hard to resist at times.