A powerful indica with a sugary cookie flavor, Animal Cookies is easy to underestimate. But if you overindulge, you may find yourself spending the whole afternoon enjoying the same song over and over again without realizing it. Pick up this strain for instant euphoric calm when you need a tranquil evening but feel like a raging elephant.
Strain Table of Contents
Like a freshly baked cookie with a little yogurt added to the mix, Animal Cookies tastes like:
Animal Cookies Strain Information
The name may make this strain sound like a walk in the park. It is pleasant enough in moderate doses, thanks to its combination of euphoric mood-lifting effects and strong sedation. However, newcomers and those with light tolerances should treat Animal Cookies with care due to its relatively high THC levels of up to 25%. Coconut Oil is a strain with similar effects but is not so likely to overwhelm you.
Animal Cookies Strain Effects
Animal Cookies Strain Pairings
Miike Snow — “Animal”: Let a little indie-pop soothe your soul if you find yourself overwhelmed by this strain’s sedating effects.
Jnr Choi — “To the Moon”: Boost the energy levels and have a private dance party with this recent hit and some hits of Animal Cookies.
The Proclaimers — “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)”: You won’t be able to worry after combining this strain with an ’80s anthem for the ages.
Fried dill pickles: Cure those cravings for something sour to balance out the sweetness of this strain with fried dill pickles.
Eggplant caviar: If caviar is out of the budget, try transforming eggplant into an even tastier dip.
Frosted animal crackers: You can’t enjoy the Animal Cookies strain without the sweet treats that inspired its name.
Birthday cake flavored vodka: Try birthday cake vodka by the shot glass to complete the sugary sweet sensation.
Frosted animal cracker shot: Another option for quick shots that fit the flavor profile are these shots that share nearly the same name as the strain.
Cherry sangria: For a slower sipping experience while enjoying Animal Cookies, try an iced cherry sangria with white wine.