Grape Gasoline x Garlic Grove
The result of crossing Grape Gasoline and Garlic Grove, Compound Genetics’ Grape Stank is a revelation for those with an affinity for functional indica hybrids – raising the bar almost out of reach. Built upon a massive and diverse gene pool, its Grape Gasoline parent ushers in a lineage of Jet Fuel Gelato and Grape Pie, while its more elusive Garlic Grove side peppers in subtle hints of Kush through its GMO and Orange Apricot parentage.
Dense and rigid in form, the buds showcase purple hues ranging from violet to amethyst. Pale jade leaves are visible, but mostly serve as a garnish. Scarce bronze pistils are found in small clusters beneath a coat of luminous trichomes.
Gassy, garlic, and intense citrus fragrances are likely inherited from its Orange Apricot and GMO relatives. Its flavor is a bit more complex, with added citrus high notes, diesel, and a sour earthiness.