Give Your Cannabis a Fall Flavor
If you think there isn’t a way to make your cannabis as obnoxiously fall themed as everything else these days, think again! So, dust off your sweaters and flannel, and try some new cannabis experiences that will make you want to visit your local pumpkin patch.
Fall Cannabis Bucket List
There are so many strains of cannabis out there that you can find flower to fit just about any occasion. Here are 10 of Verilife’s favorite autumn strains for the crisp fall weather.
Pumpkin Picking with Vanilla Kush
Give yourself the pumpkin spice treatment the next time you are off to find the perfect Jack-o-Lantern. Vanilla Kush is an indica-dominant hybrid that smells and tastes like vanilla. It was created by crossing Kashmiri Hash with Afghani Kush, boasting THC levels of up to 20%. That’s a bit high, so Vanilla Kush should not be tackled by cannabis newbies.
Marshmallow Roasting with Jack Frost
A popular hybrid strain known for its heavily frosted buds, Jack Frost comes from breeding the White Widow, Jack Herer, and Northern Lights strains. It combines the classic marijuana scent with citrus and woody undertones, making it the perfect match for an evening next to the backyard firepit.
Forest Bathing with Bubba Kush
As you hike through the woods enjoying the beautiful fall foliage, Bubba Kush’s earthy palate will complement your surroundings. The strain’s heritage is unknown, but it’s a classic that is popular with many cannabis consumers.
Hot Chocolate Sipping with Hazelnut Cream
Fall means hot chocolate season, and a great strain pairing for your cocoa is Hazelnut Cream. This sativa-dominant hybrid is rare but worth it. Created by crossing Miami Haze with Cookies and Cream, it’s known for its sweet and creamy flavor with spicy undertones. Enjoy this coffee shop-like marijuana strain the next time you feel like mixing up a cup of your favorite hot chocolate.
Blanket Knitting with Northern Lights
Northern Lights is an award-winning cannabis strain that remains one of the most famous and favorites in the cannabis community. It’s parentage comes from the Afghani and Thai cannabis strains, giving it an earthy and sweet flavor that pairs well with a warm beverage and a fleece blanket.
Apple Picking with Apple Fritter
Skip the post-apple picking bake off and opt for a sesh with the Apple Fritter strain. A cross between Sour Apple and Animal Cookies, this hybrid cannabis strain brings a sweet, apple flavor with a cake-like exhale. It has a THC content of up to 32%, so proceed with caution when enjoying this strain.
Haunted House Visiting with Jack the Ripper
If haunted houses weren’t scary enough, add a strain named after a brutal serial killer! Jack the Ripper, or JTR, is a popular sativa-dominant hybrid that gives off aromas and flavors of lemon. In addition to the infamous Londoner, the name is also a nod to its lineage–a cross of Jack’s Cleaner and Space Queen.
Football Watching with Beast Mode
Named after a famous football Running Back, Beast Mode is an indica-dominant strain with high levels of THC. It’s said that this strain will hit hard, similar to Beast Mode himself. With its woodsy, earthy flavors and aromas, you can’t beat this football and cannabis pairing.
Tea Drinking with Lavender
The crisp fall weather means it’s time for chunky knits and warm drinks. Enjoy a toasty glass of tea with Lavender, an indica-dominant hybrid strain. With floral tones and a familiar lavender taste, this herbal cannabis strain will pair nicely with a variety of teas. You can even go the extra canna-mile by making your own cannabis tea!
Candy Apple Making with Cream Caramel
Also known as Royal Caramel, this indica-dominant hybrid has a high THC content of around 24%. Its sweet caramel aroma lends itself to fall confections and candy hauls. A cross between #1 Maple Leaf, BlueBack, and Skunk, enjoy it while you’re making - or eating! - an autumnal candy apple.
If you’d like more suggestions for incorporating cannabis into your autumnal festivities, visit a dispensary near you to find products available in your area.
Recreational Cannabis is not available in all states. Cannabis is for medical use only and may only be used by certified patients in Maryland, New York, and Pennsylvania. State laws impact what dispensaries can and can’t sell to recreational customers and medical marijuana patients. Not every type of product, consumption method, dosage form, or potency mentioned on this blog will be permitted in all locations.