Wedding Cake’s first parent, Girl Scout Cookies, is a euphoric cross of OG Kush and Durban Poison that features a sweet, pungent flavor and relaxing effects. It has also won numerous cannabis cup awards, making it a popular progenitor for other strains. And Wedding Cake’s other parent, Cherry Pie, is a hybrid of Granddaddy Purple and Durban Poison that smells of sweet and sour cherry pie and has longlasting effects.
Wedding Cake won the Leafly Strain of the Year Prize in 2019, and is sometimes called a “universally” appealing strain. It generally has a 40/60 sativa to indica ratio and a relatively high THC concentration.
Most agree that Wedding Cake produces a pretty solid high. Its effects start relatively quickly with a head-rushing feeling, and consumers may find that their thoughts begin racing a little bit. Others say that Wedding Cake brings an energetic feeling of euphoria, setting the stage for creative activities, exercise, or even getting intimate with one’s partner.
The cerebral effect of Wedding Cake is followed by a body high that will probably leave one in a calm, relaxed state. This feeling tends to spread through the body and settle in the limbs, leaving the consumers stoned and couchlocked. Due to its potency, Wedding Cake is mostly recommended for experienced consumers.
Overall, consumers say that Wedding Cake makes them feel relaxed, happy, euphoric, uplifted, or hungry.
Wedding Cake has a rich, tangy flavor that feels pleasant in the mouth. Its aroma is one of earthy pepper aroma, and subtle creamy mouthfeel that becomes apparent on the exhale.