GG4 (Gorilla Glue #4) is a popular indica hybrid that was created by blending several strains including Chem’s Sister, Sour Dubb, and Chocolate Diesel.
User report this flower has a moderately strong and pungent earthy aroma that transforms into a skunky smell while being burned. Growers describe the buds as being heavy, resin and sticky while coming in a range of sizes from small to medium. We’re intrigued to see how Station House’s version compares to Tweed’s GG#4 and TGOD’s Organic GG#4.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived in a small black bag with resealable zipper opening and was packaged on April 8, 2022. Historically we’ve found GG#4 doesn’t have an overpowering aroma so we weren’t expecting to be blown away… and that’s pretty much what happened. We opened the package and detected a mild earthy aroma with a sweet undertone that become more evident the longer you inhaled.
Station House included a humidity shield which is a definitely plus and surely helped keep the buds a little fresher then they otherwise would have been. However on the negative side, we noticed the nugs were not visually appealing as the bulk of the flower was tiny leafy pieces. Quite a difference compared to their Amnesia Haze which we just reviewed.
In terms of flavour profile, it followed the expected path and was a close match to the aroma. Distinct earthy herbal taste on inhale that changed into a very mild skunky herbal on exhale. This flower tasted okay but nothing memorable and not as good as Station House’s OG Kush.
Listed with 18.3% THC content and a price tag of $22.95 for 3.5 grams, we found Station House’s GG4 delivered a mild buzz that included physical relaxation while not feeling overly sedated. Although this one won’t knock you out, it could be a good flower for users with a lower THC tolerance or just looking for a lighter, milder, daytime indica.