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In The Pines

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Description

Hailing from the East, In The Pines is a combination of Afghan and Thailand genetics. Kush comes from the high steppes of Central Asia, while Pineapple originates from Southeast Asia. Together, the fruits and earthy tones combine to make a flavorful and aromatic cannabis experience. This strain is revered for its terpene profile while it also provides consistent yields in the garden.

Lineage

Pineapple Thai x Master Kush x Pineapple

Appearance

Long, frilled, and orange pistils stand atop small, wispy buds.

Aroma

Citrus fruit, but not of the ordinary orange or lemon. Not as sweet as a skunk, it is unique among many “fruity” strains while having a back-edge of juniper.

Flavor

In the Pines is all about the flavor. Potent as it is, it is the flavor that attracts people to this strain. The fruity aroma transpires to flavor perfectly. A stable flower, it is used heavily in concentrates and adds a unique touch to many mixed varietals while it can also stand by itself for a rich fruity terpene experience.

Hailing from the East, In The Pines is a combination of Afghan and Thailand genetics. Kush comes from the high steppes of Central Asia, while Pineapple originates from Southeast Asia. Together, the fruits and earthy tones combine to make a flavorful and aromatic cannabis experience

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