The Kaya Kurple strain packs a punch. At 22% THC, this mama was created by Kaya’s lead cultivator, Chris Pastore. While some may be able to function with this indica, in most people Kurple induces a very heavy sedative high that can last for a few hours, relieving pain and anxiety, while stimulating the appetite.
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Kurple has the classic purple attributes with its looks as well as its distinctive fruity grape aroma to go along with it. This sweet flower is euphoric and uplifting with smooth earthy tones that are tingling to the senses.
Kaya Kurple is a hybrid cross between 92 OG Kush and Old Man Purps with purple hues and crystal trichomes. This flower has overall sweet, grape, and earthy flavors, specifically the 92 OG Kush side offers a dank aroma with pungent pine, spice, and wood fragrance.
This strain pairs perfectly with Sorrel, which is a dark red drink, that is fruity and slightly sour; made from the petals of sorrel plant (flor de Jamaica) or hibiscus plant flower, and we would spike this with white rum. Another option is a red Lambrusco wine, which is a family of old grape varieties native to Italy. Today, the best Lambruscos are dry (secco) and barely sweet (semisecco) and are almost always made in a semi-sparkling, frizzante, style.
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Kurple is a potent indica-dominant hybrid with 22% THC. This flower delivers serious relaxing, euphoric vibes and is known to relieve pain and anxiety as well as helping with lack of appetite.
Your senses will be tingling, as Kurple serves sweet, earthy aromas with distinctive notes of grape and fruit. We would pair this with a red Lambrusco wine or a Sorrel with white rum. And a Charcuterie Board with some grapes, sharp cheese and cured meats for the win.