Learn Why Gabriel’s Rainbow Sherbet Stain Is Top-Shelf Worthy

When you see the name Sherbet, you might think it’s part of the Cookies family, but it’s not. Sunset Sherbet is a Cookies strain but Gabriel’s Rainbow Sherbet is more like a Kush. The parents are Champagne and Blackberry, and it was selected as Leafly’s 2017 Flavor of the Year.

This strain produces gorgeous flowers. They have a fluffy, large grow structure. The base layer of leaves are green with a middle layer is a dark camouflage pattern green. The tips are frosted purple and the hairs are fiery orange.

This strain is pressed into a fantastic rosin as well. The creamy flavors come through in a tremendous fashion. Rosin is a type of solventless cannabis concentrate, created by applying heat and extreme pressure to cannabis flower. Rosin is a low yield product which makes it valuable and increases the retail value. Although expensive, rosin is becoming more popular because it’s a way to dab a concentrate that is full of terpy flavors while keeping a similar experience to smoking flower. Gabriel’s Rainbow Sherbet rosin comes in a soft buttery consistency.

This strain is a strong indica thumper. It hit me in the chest and spread wavy euphoria throughout my body. Sherbet had potent sedative qualities, everything seems to slow down. I didn’t get tired but became calm and smooth. This strain hangs in your face, especially behind your eyes, and it also made me salivate.

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