Looking for a sour diesel type that is strong enough to smell the whole room up before it’s even burned? Look no further than Sour Breath. It’s rich with terpenes that give it a citrus diesel scent, which isn’t a surprise with classic Sour Diesel as one of its parents.
Strain Table of Contents
As the name might suggest, Sour Breath offers a bold punch of notes that include:
Sour Breath Strain Information
Primarily a sativa, Sour Breath is great for boosting energy levels and staying focused on a single task. However, it can trigger anxiety in beginners or when it’s overused. Go easy with it at first to test your reaction to its intense effects, much like you might with Durban Poison.
Sour Breath Strain Effects
Sour Breath Strain Pairings
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard — “Catching Smoke”: Get carried away by these riffs to let Sour Breath relax your worries.
Fleetwood Mac — “Landslide”: Time goes by quicker with a few hits of this strain and this Fleetwood Mac classic.
Camilla Cabello — “Don’t Go Yet”: Burn off some of the extra energy you get from this strain dancing to this spicy hit.
Milk bread: A Japanese snack worth seeking out, the soft pillow-like texture of milk bread is the perfect complement to this slightly harsh-hitting strain.
Chicken biryani: Whether you order takeout or make it yourself, this aromatic dish is the perfect counterpart to the bold Sour Breath.
Stuffed eggplant: For a dish that can hold its own against this strain’s strong flavors, try stuffing the eggplant with meat and smoked chilis.
Thyme Tequila Fizz: Sharp and sweet at the same time, this cocktail is a natural fit for pairing with Sour Breath.
Vodka Sour: Lean into the sour theme with a vodka-based cocktail that lets the selected sour mix shine.
Wheat Beer with Citrus: For a milder pairing with Sour Breath that still has similar flavors, try a honey wheat beer spiked with citrus.
Where The Sour Breath Strain Is Grown
This strain results from an unknown breeder crossing Sour Diesel with Lamb’s Bread, a strain also commonly mispronounced as Lamb’s Breath. This lent the strain its somewhat strange name.