One of Papaya Cake’s namesake parents, Papaya, is an indica-dominant strain that smells and tastes strongly of mango. It’s known to provide consumers with a creative buzz. Meanwhile, Papaya Cake’s other parent, Wedding Cake, is a cross between Cherry Pie and Girl Scout Cookies that was named “Leafly Strain of the Year” in 2009. It’s said to provide many consumers with relaxing and euphoric effects that calm the body and mind.
The combination of these two strains resulted in Papaya Cake, which has a papaya-dominant terpene profile and an 80/20 indica to sativa ratio.
Its cerebral effects come on shortly after vaping. Consumers say that it brings them a light mood-elevation and a cerebral buzz, which enables daydreaming and creative thinking.
Shortly after this, one will typically experience a heavy, stony body high that can put users in a lazy, relaxed space for a few hours. Some say that the body high can be “numbing” and verges on “complete sedation,” so be ready to take a nap after vaping Papaya Cake. This makes Papaya Cake an ideal evening strain, or at the very least a strain for a quiet day at the house.
Overall, consumers say that Papaya Cake leaves them feeling relaxed, happy, euphoric, sleepy, or uplifted.
Papaya Cake has a sweet, exotic flavor that leaves a fruity taste in the mouth after vaping. Some consumers call it “the perfect mix of fruit and cake.” Others describe the taste as “smooth,” and say that Papaya Cake’s smell and taste ultimately lives up to its name.