A relaxing hybrid strain that’s more of an indica than a sativa, Key Lime Pie is a strain that packs a wallop for insomnia and chronic pain. Sticky with resin and featuring a complex flavor, this strain is recommended even for those who don’t like the dessert that is its namesake. For a more pure citrus flavor, try Limon.
Strain Table of Contents
A few puffs of this strain will blow you away with a mix of flavors like:
Key Lime Pie Strain Information
Key limes are smaller, slightly sweeter limes that offer a more complex flavor for desserts. The Key Lime Pie strain follows that tradition by providing an interesting flavor profile paired with a strong body high. Relaxation quickly sets in, undoing any tension or chronic pain you might be experiencing.
Key Lime Pie Strain Effects
Key Lime Pie Strain Pairings
Rico Nasty — “Key Lime OG”: Keep yourself from drifting off when indulging in the afternoon with a Rico Nasty classic.
Bladee — “Key to the City“: A laid-back groove is the perfect mood-setting tool for your next experience with the Key Lime Pie strain.
Caribou — “Lime”: Drifting off with this strain is easier than ever once you put on an electronica hit from the early 2000s.
Mint sorbet: Freshen up with a sweet dessert that’s easy to make yourself and brings out the mint notes of this strain.
Pizza bagels: If this strain leaves you with too much of a body high to cook a complicated meal, try the classic stoner snack of pizza bagels.
Key lime pie bites: No need to eat an entire key lime pie yourself after a few puffs when you have snack-sized bites on hand.
Key Lime Martini: Made with the classic flavors of the dessert, this cocktail is a natural pairing for this strain.
Beer with lime: Try your favorite summertime beer with a wedge of lime to complete the flavor profile of Key Lime Pie.
Chocolate cake shot: Highlight the chocolate hints in this strain’s flavor profile with a decadent shot.
Key Lime Pie Strain Summary
If you’re looking for a calming strain that eases you into sleep, try the Key Lime Pie strain. It’s a great variation on the classic Girl Scout Cookies’ effects.