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A superb strain with a plethora of possibilities. has a beautiful grape taste and mouth watering aroma. it eradicated all of my anxiety and depression for a temporary blissful experience that ended off with a severe case of couch lock. grape ape makes a fantastic evening smoke after a demanding stressful day that will engulf you into a cerebral sedated high. the buds were beautiful green golden with deep smoky purple undertones that were dense and real smooth. Overall a great strain that without a doubt, lives up to its name.

Smoothest smoke. Very friendly on your lungs as far as allowing you to enjoy its flavor rather than choking on it. I know this could be a placebo effect just from seeing the word “grape” but I swear this stuff tastes exactly like purple grapes 🍇. The high came quick, incredibly relaxing, heavy eyed, cotton mouth, classic indica. Didnt get the munchies but couldnt get enough water for the life of me. The high was just SO smooth and lovely, I can see why this is one of the other commenters favorite strain. It feels awesome.

It’s a nice, smooth taste. It certainly is calming and gave me a min of giggles. But, other than that. 🤷🏻‍♀️

Good weed it smokes very well

My all time favorite strain.

WOW, I’m in love with this strain

If you have it, smoke it. But do not go out your way for this strain. It is only this one strain so far that gives me a splitting headache during and after use

I could tell I was stoned, but I also had a splitting headache right after smoking this strain. It was not a pleasant experience.

This was the strain in the very first edibles I had ever purchased. Not only is it incredibly relaxing, it has a strange, almost sativa-like quality to it as it causes powerful mental euphoria as well. This strain is a wonderful medicine but will please the average stoner as well with it’s relaxing and giggly high. True to it’s name, grape ape has a powerful grape aroma to it. Think grape juice when you smoke this strain, as even the smoke from bud is very tasty. Concentrates of this strain are very flavorful and in THC cartridges, it’s easy to mistake this grape flavor for artificial flavoring. However, you can rest assured that this is the natural flavor of the terpenes of this wonderful bud. Overall this strain is wonderful both for it’s medical effects and it’s recreational value. The high is uplifting and giddy, but also very calming. Be prepared for an onslaught of laughter after over-indulging in this strain, and be sure to keep snacks stocked as this strain can cause intense munchies. This strain is very characteristic of indica genetics, being dense and purple with extreme calming effects.

I’m sure it helps some its a great smoke but for me the next day i wanna punch a hole through someone’s head could just be my PTSD I’m not sure so just 3 stars from me

Grape Ape is a mostly indica crossbreed of Mendocino Purps, Skunk, and original Afghani. It shares their potency, with THC levels as high as 18-21%, which makes it a relatively strong – but not overpowering – tool for treating disease. As its name suggests, Grape Ape tastes and smells like sweet …

5 Undeniably Grape-Flavored Strains

Grape is one of the best cannabis flavors out there. It’s so distinct, and most of the time, those grape-flavored strains are pretty common in terpene profile, cannabinoid profile, and effects. When you put your nose to a jar of something grapey, you’re pretty safe in assuming it’ll be something delicious, potent, and relaxing.

Why Do Strains Smell Like Grapes?

Cannabis flowers can produce so many aromas and flavors, all of which come down to terpene profiles. Terpenes are the aromatic oils in the cannabis plants responsible for their smell and taste. Terps are also the stinky reason that herbivores skip over cannabis plants.

The combination of terpenes in cannabis plants influence many parts of the strain-specific experience, but for all intents and purposes, let’s just focus on flavor.

Here are 5 cannabis strains that smell and taste like grapes.

Granddaddy Purple

Granddaddy Purple is the OG of all OGs when it comes to grape strains. It’s the sole reason we all obsess over purple buds and expect them to be powerfully sedating.

GDP is a cross of Big Bud and Purple Urkle. It has bulbous purple buds, thick crystally trichomes, and a sweet grapey and gassy flavor that will blow your taste buds away. Though a hybrid of other purple strains, this early-2000s creation by Ken Estes is still the original purple strain that paved the way for today’s Zkittlez and Forbidden Fruit obsessions.

Mendocino Purps

Mendocino Purps hails from the lands of Mendocino, a county in California that’s given us so much great cannabis over the years. What is Mendo Purps? Who knows, honestly.

The original Mendo Purps is a clone-only strain, but around 2004 BC Bud Depot created a seed version called The Purps. It also goes by Mendocino Purple, Mendo Purple, and pretty much any variation of that. Mendo Purps has a complex grapey, earthy, and hashy flavor, and the effects will lock you to your seat for hours. Need a sleepy strain? This one. Like to dab? This one.

Grape Ape

Grape Ape is my singular favorite grape cannabis strain, not to be confused with my favorite purple cannabis strain, Forbidden Fruit.

It crosses Mendo Purps with a Skunk and an Afghani strain. First of all, that combo is just stupid. Purple AND Skunk?! When it comes to smell and look, you already know that’s going to be a beautiful flower with a strong aroma. But then you toss in Afghani too, and you know those effects are going to PUNCH. And that’s what you get from Grape Ape, a punch that hits your body like the Kool-Aid man hits a living room wall.

Grape Ape is heavily relaxing. From personal experience, I wouldn’t necessarily call it a sleepy strain. It doesn’t make you feel so overpowered with THC that some shuteye is your only solution. Instead, Grape Ape makes you feel so damn chill that your body will feel like a lazy pile of potatoes.

Purple Punch

Purple Punch is a new school purple strain by way of Granddaddy Purple and Larry OG. Purple Punch is a sweet lil’ thang. Think of a grape hard candy that melts up then drips down like grape syrup. Okay, now you know how you’re currently imagining that syrup would taste? That’s Purple Punch, the Juicy Drop Pop of cannabis strains.

Purple Punch flower is absolutely coated with white trichomes stacked on light green and dark purple buds. It is a GREAT strain for making concentrates. The effects are usually powerfully relaxing, make sure to clear your schedule before consuming this THC powerhouse.

Grape Bubba

You probably came into this list thinking “Where’s Bubba Kush?” It’s here, just in a newer form that I’ve recently come across in Washington. Grape Bubba is a cross of Purple Urkle and Bubba Kush. In a way, it’s sort of like a new-age attempt at Granddaddy Purple.

Grape Bubba is earthy, it’s sweet, it’s grapey, and boy oh boy is it sticky. It’s one of the more refreshing strains I’ve come across in a minute, and that high? *Chef’s kiss*

Grape Bubba’s high is just like Bubba Kush. In that I mean, Bubba Kush, by sheer name, terpene profile, and overall reputation, is expected to be this super-duper sleepy purple strain that you can only smoke while in bed because that’s how hard it’ll hit you. But in actuality, Bubba Kush tends to be a pretty even-keel manageable high. Sure, it definitely leans more toward the relaxing side of the effects spectrum, but it isn’t necessarily a day-ender.

Grape-flavored strains have long been loved in the cannabis community. Learn how they get their distinct flavors and effect.