Craving some sweet, soothing bud that’ll relax you without hastily putting you to sleep? Let the Grape Pie strain get you baked. This 70/30 indica-dominant hybrid of Cherry Pie and Grape Stomper boasts a seriously intoxicating flavor and effects that’ll have you feeling ultra lifted, loose, and lighthearted in no time at all.
Strain Table of Contents
Grape Pie tastes like its namesake pastry (yes, grape pie is a real thing). Each toke will please your palate with notes of:
Grape Pie Strain Information
Grape Pie clocks in at 20%-22% THC and 1% CBG and has euphoric, elevating, cerebral effects that make everything more interesting and entertaining. This fruity, delicious, fast-hitting bud is also known for its tingly body high that’ll swiftly soothe and relax you without putting you to sleep.
Best for evening or nighttime enjoyment, Grape Pie’s high is an excellent accompaniment for a calming twilight stroll or a comfy, couch-locked movie-and-snack session. If you’re looking for an herbal remedy for stress, anxiety, pain, muscle tension, mood swings, depression, or insomnia, this strain might be exactly what you need.
Grape Pie Strain Effects
Grape Pie Strain Pairings
Van Morrison — “Days Like This”: If you’re having a particularly tough day, listen to this jam while you burn a bowl of Grape Pie. The combo will help you remind yourself that this, too, shall pass.
Bob Marley & The Wailers — “Sun Is Shining”: After a few tokes of Grape Pie, you might feel like the sun is gently tickling your brain. Chill out to this uplifting reggae jam and let it soothe your mind even further.
Ocean Alley — “Daydreaming”: Whether you’re going for an evening stroll or chillin’ on the couch, this rock-reggae fusion jam should mirror your mental state quite nicely.
Cheese board: Savory cheeses are a classic pairing for grapes, either in their whole or jam form. Toss together a plate of your favorite cheeses, grab some crackers, and nosh away when those Grape Pie munchies come calling.
Rotisserie chicken salad with grapes: Load up a wrap or top some crusty bread with this super-flavorful, savory salad if you need something to counteract Grape Pie’s syrupy sweetness.
Grape Pie: You probably won’t find it premade, and it’ll take some effort to prepare. But if you’re up for the challenge, it’s a deliciously sweet dupe for the Grape Pie strain’s flavors.
Cognac: Indulge in this luxurious, grape-based spirit alongside a few tokes of Grape Pie if you really wanna soothe away your cares.
Concord grape wine: Although all wines are grape-based, this one is the most grape-flavored of them all. Sip some alongside Grape Pie and let your tastebuds revel in fruity sweetness.
Death in the Afternoon: Sip on this simple combo of champagne and absinthe if you want to cut the sweetness of Grape Pie while bringing out the strain’s herbal notes.