I was looking for a good hybrid strain to smoke for the late afternoon and early evening hours, so Girl Scout Cookies sounded like a good fit
I like buying Girl Scout Cookies every year when the troops are selling them outside of storefronts. It’s exciting for me when I run into the table with the stacks of cookie boxes piled up and on display for all to see. I feel like a dog staring at bacon when I come across a box of thin mints. I always get samoas and tagalongs as well, but thin mints have always been my favorite and likely always will. Eating them out of the freezer feels like a divine experience. I visited the local cannabis dispensary the other day and noticed a strain I had never seen before. It was called Girl Scout Cookies, which gave me a chuckle. I pulled out my phone and started searching reviews for the strain on the internet and was surprised by what I found. There were people claiming it was their favorite strain of all time. Even among users at large, it seemed like an extremely popular strain. I was looking for a good hybrid strain to smoke for the late afternoon and early evening hours, so Girl Scout Cookies sounded like a good fit. I’m glad I decided to buy the strain, because the flower buds smell amazing and the effects are calming and euphoric. I never thought I’d find another type of Girl Scout Cookies that I would enjoy as much or more than the real thing. Sometimes I laugh at these names that growers give these strains, but more often than not they turn out to be stellar batches of marijuana.