Orange Fruity Pebbles Weed Strain Review

Orange Fruity Pebbles Marijuana Strain

Orange Fruity Pebbles Marijuana Strain Review

Marijuana Strain Name: Orange Fruity Pebbles
Score: 9/10
From: Grower’s Outlet
Farm: Forbidden Farms
Harvest Date: 8/9/16
Type: Hybrid
Content: THC 20.6%
Sample Size: 3.5 grams
Genetics: Fruity Pebbles X OJ
Orange Fruity Pebbles Marijuana StrainAppearance and Feels: These flowers are so sticky and terpy and full of everything you want in some good herb. Be careful about smoking this outside, as it might attract the killa bees. It’s that good. It doesn’t just feel good, but it looks like top shelf fire as well. I’m usually impressed with what the Forbidden Farms crew comes out with, and this time is no different. If I can’t get their Phantom Cherry Pie, this is definitely my next choice.

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Orange Fruity Pebbles Marijuana StrainSmell: It’s an assault of spicy and sweet fruity notes, carried around on the back of this pungent citrus aroma. It’s hard to describe, but I would almost say it’s the opposite of the Phantom Cherry Pie. It smells so good, this is another strain I would love a terpene profile and a cologne made up from. Does it taste as good as it smells? I sure hope so. Running a little through the grinder for a spliff unlocks the inner terpene profile. It’s so strong and verbose, if a smell can be such, this is quickly becoming my favorite strain from the farm that is forbidden.



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Orange Fruity Pebbles Marijuana StrainFlavor: The spliff was really spicy and full of citrus and earthy notes. I’m a fan. A huge fan. Taking bong hits out of the new Nobody Bong tastes just like Saturday morning cartoons and breakfast. Well, the part that’s fruity pebbles and orange juice. Most breakfasts have that right? Anyway, the bonghits are nice and spicy, so spicy it’s like a baseball bat wrapped in metal spice, that gets beaten about your head repeatedly, while your friend Rick watches in horror. Do we have any Walking Dead fans reading? That one was for you.

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Orange Fruity Pebbles Marijuana StrainHigh: Strict and solid, if I had to use a couple of words to describe it real quick. Between the 20% thc content and the amazing terpene profile that provides the powerful aroma and flavor this flower is packing, it’s a dick in the dirt strain for sure. Those of you who have been following my reviews will know exactly what that means. For those of you who might be new, it basically means that smoking this flower will result in a lapse of time, during which you will laugh, you might cry, you’ll remember things, and then forget them. All the while hanging out on the couch. Faded, dick in the dirt status. Bonghits of this will take you there real quick like. Especially if you are new to smoking top shelf shit.

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Orange Fruity Pebbles Marijuana StrainOverall: Daaamn. Just when I was talking shit about how there isn’t any good cannabis to be found in Washington recreational stores anymore, Forbidden Farms goes and drops this terp bomb on us. I’m in love, what can I say? In the couple of years and hundreds of strains I’ve reviewed in the recreational market here in Washington, there’s only been a few that have scored a 9 on my made up scale of how good this weed is. Welp, break out the list, because we’re about to add another one.

The Forbidden Farms Orange Fruity Pebbles is off the charts in it’s buzz factor and completely on point with it’s flavor. I don’t know about you, but those are the two things most smokers are looking for. Look no further, this herb is stuff stoners like all the way.

For SSL, I’m Mat Lee.



6 Responses to “Orange Fruity Pebbles Weed Strain Review”

  1. Anonymous

    I’m like 99% positive this weed was not grown by Grower’s Outlet…

  2. Edward Hogan

    This product was not produced by Forbidden Farms.
    It was part of a bulk wholesale purchase they made in the Tacoma area. This is a hydroponically produced flower.
    Great review!! Although Forbidden Farms only deserves the packaging credit.

  3. Anon

    I heard that the producer of this strain had partnered with a very well known local processor brand on this strain…..and I’m 100% sure it was not Forbidden Farms. I bet they would love to know this story!! Sound like some BS to me.

  4. Anon

    Great review right on point I tried this and it’s BOMB!!

  5. Anonymous

    Super tasty!

  6. The Midnight gardener

    The cut comes from “franchise genetics ” dark heart is hyping it out here in California. It’s proper but don’t look to get the best gram per watt, but if your looking to show your friends up on quality it’s a good bet!

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