With a tropical taste that is distinctly apricot flavored, Apricot Jelly has earned its name as a powerful energy-boosting sativa. It’s a great choice for morning and midday sessions — much like how its namesake is a natural fit for breakfast.
Strain Table of Contents
Just as Blueberry OG tastes like fresh blueberries, Apricot Jelly tastes like:
Apricot Jelly Strain Information
As a mostly sativa hybrid, it’s ideal for boosting your focus so you can get your work done. Enjoying a little Apricot Jelly along with a cup of coffee may become your new favorite way to start the day.
Apricot Jelly Strain Effects
Apricot Jelly Strain Pairings
Ellie Goulding — “Hanging On”: Put on this ethereal song and make the most of the energy you get from Apricot Jelly.
Donna Summers — “Hot Stuff”: A dance-off has never felt so good as when you combine classic disco with a little of this energizing strain.
Bicep — “Apricot”: Groove to a beat as thick as the jelly in this strain’s name to get ready for a chill session.
Apricot-Glazed Pork: With a touch of pine from rosemary, apricot jelly-glazed pork medallions are an obvious pairing for this strain.
Candied Ginger: Sweet and spicy flavors are great for cutting through the haze of Apricot Jelly.
Deep-Fried Banana Pepper Rings: Dipped in ranch, it’s the perfect treat for when this strain activates the munchies.
Homemade Apricot Liqueur: Simply pop some unsweetened dried apricots in a jar with vodka and simple syrup and enjoy both the flavored spirit and the fruit with this strain.
Apricot Brandy: Made from the fruit with or without the kernels added in, this fine sipping brandy offers an almond taste that goes well with Apricot Jelly.
Tropical Bay Breeze: Tart from cranberry but sweet with pineapple juice, this easy cocktail has all the notes to match this strain.
Where The Apricot Jelly Strain Is Grown
Created by crossing two rare strains known as Jelly Breath and Irene Apricot, this hybrid is about 70% sativa and 30% indica. It’s high in THC while still having enough CBD to prevent anxious effects.