About Sour Apple
The Sour Apple strain, as the name suggests, has a taste like a blast of sour fruit and a pungent, almost rot-like aroma. The buds are long and fluffy and give your personality similar traits – you’ll be talking forever, enjoying every social situation, and finding the focused energy you didn’t know you had. The slow drop-off eventually sends you into a state of melted couchlock, like a wilted caramel apple person. A range of psychoactive compounds give Sour Apple energizing and mood-relieving properties, though the THC is only moderately high.
THC Content of
10/10 Boys AVERAGE
10/10 boys HIGHEST
Bred from two famously delicious strains – Cinderella 99 and Sour Diesel – Sour Apple has the lineage to back up its popularity. Sour Apple’s original crop was only available in clones so different banks may have slightly different genetics. However, the skunky-sweet flavor should carry over between gardens. The buds should also always grow in an Indica pattern, with long, fluffy buds that are multiple shades of green, from forest to lime. They’re light, almost sponge-like, and shiny with a slick layer of trichomes. Growers can expect a large yield (as much as 700g per plant outdoors) in an average flowering time of 9-11 weeks.
GROWING TIPS: Sour Apple strain grows energetically, which necessitates frequent trimming to keep the plant in its place. It can grow up to 1.5m tall inside and 4m outside, so you need to make sure you have the room for it. We recommend employing the Sea of Green growing method to keep the plant under control.
As for flavor, we’ve already hinted that Sour Apple has a tart apple flavor, but there’s more to it than that. The strain is a sweet mix of caramel apples and fuel-like flavors, as you would find in a skunkier strain but not as pronounced. The aroma has the tart bite of an apple peel and a mix of sour citrus. The resulting skunk is an almost rotting flavor, like the apple has gotten very old and over-sweet.