Platinum Cookies from Palmetto is their improved version of this classic GSC strain descendent.
This flower promises a sweet and spicy flavour profile combined with a berry aftertaste. Plus it’s OG Kush and Durban Poison parentage mean this one has good genetics and hits around 21% in terms of THC percentage. As a result, I’m expecting this sativa-hybrid to be pungent and smooth-hitting.
It will be interesting to see how it compares to GSC from Canna Farms.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
After I cracked the container’s seal open I was instantly hit with a bright, moderately strong yet still sweet cookie aroma. There was also a spicy limey smell that lingered and reminded me of the characteristics produced by the terpenes caryophyllene and limonene.
Palmetto eighths stand out due to their bright orange plastic containers with teal label they also included a Boveda humidity pack. In case you’re wondering, it was packaged on April 14, 2022 and the flower for the most part was still in a pretty fresh state. The buds were a bright green colour with orange pistils peeking through and a surprisingly thick layer of frosty trichome crystals.
I found this cultivar was quite harsh when it came to the smoke. There was a slightly sweet berry taste with an earthy floral undertone which Platinum Cookies is known for having. While enjoyable I found it wasn’t much of an improvement from other cookie strains currently available on the market. It wasn’t bad, just nothing memorable.
Palmetto’s Platinum Cookies came listed with 21% THC content and a price tag of $21.99 for 3.5 grams, taking the price into account I found it delivered a decent overall high. Don’t get me wrong, this batch of Platinum Cookies will not be winning any green ribbons or awards like Palmetto says. It’s middle of the pack which given the price maybe is not a bad thing. That being said if you’re looking for an affordable sativa then it might be worth picking up in a pinch.