As the sun falls below the horizon, you deserve to kick back, relax, and celebrate making it through another day, and a bowl of the Pink Champagne strain can help you do just that. This indica-dominant cross of the Grandaddy Purple and Cherry Pie strains delivers a mood-boosting, soothing, and sedating high that’s excellent for washing the cares of the day away.
Strain Table of Contents
The Pink Champagne strain tastes just about as close to the real thing as an herb can get. With each toke, you’ll detect:
Pink Champagne Strain Information
Pink Champagne is an 80/20 indica-sativa hybrid with an average THC content of around 22% and CBG content of about 1%. This strain’s high kicks off with a burst of euphoria and a hefty mood boost, but within an hour or two, you’ll be searching for a soft surface on which to crash. With its fairly moderate potency and remarkably relaxing effects, Pink Champagne is perfect for a gentle evening wind down, whether you’re a new-ish toker or an herb connoisseur.
Pink Champagne Strain Effects
Pink Champagne Strain Pairings
Magic City Hippies — “Champagne on the Rider”: This indie-funk jam is a great vibe for the mood-boosting, euphoria-inducing onset of your Pink Champagne experience.
Louis Futon — “Silk Jam”: When you need a lyricless, jazzy jam for kicking your feet up, burnin’ a bowl, and chilling out, turn this one up.
LEISURE — “Feeling Free”: This track, paired with a few tokes of Pink Champagne, will have your mind and body feeling free in no time at all.
Charcuterie board: Salty cured meats, pungent cheeses, fruits and jams, and crunchy crackers are sure to satisfy, especially if you enjoy some real bubbly with your blunt and board.
Crab cakes: Pair these with a bowl of Pink Champagne and a flute of drinkable pink Champagne for a night of delight.
Duck confit with arugula salad: Duck pairs beautifully with rosé champagne, so why not pair it with your Pink Champagne herb?
Where The Pink Champagne Strain Is Grown
The Pink Champagne strain was originally bred in the San Francisco Bay Area by Ken Estes, the man behind the Granddaddy Purp strain.
Pink Champagne Strain Summary
Pink Champagne is a great choice when you’re looking to kick back and chill out at the end of a long day. If you enjoy this strain, you’ll probably also like Phantom Cookies, which comes from the same parent strains but delivers a more sativa-leaning high.