Sugar Pine is a sativa-dominant hybrid that offers an uplifting, cerebral high. Who doesn’t need a little boost to their mood? It’s a potent strain that may also relieve inflammation and pain.
Strain Table of Contents
Not surprisingly, pine is a dominant flavor in Sugar Pine. Its notes also include:
Sugar Pine Strain Information
Sugar Pine is produced by Flying Dutchman Gardens. It’s a product of several strains, including Skunk, Sugar Bush, Afghani, and Sweetie. There may be other strains as well; its exact origins are a bit of a mystery.
- It’s a sativa-dominant strain (70% sativa, 30% indica).
- It may lower inflammation and decrease pain.
It has high levels of THC (around 24%).
Sugar Pine Strain Effects
Jimmy Cliff — I Can See Clearly Now
Few songs can put you in a good mood as well as this one, making it the perfect soundtrack to Sugar Pine’s uplifting vibes.
Janelle Monáe — Tightrope
This infectious tune will get you on your feet and through your day (much like Sugar Pine).
Bill Withers — Lovely Day
This classic is a bit more mellow but still upbeat.
Pad Thai: This stir-fried noodle dish has a brightness that complements the sweet woodiness of Sugar Pine.
Shrimp boil: It’s easy to make (there are even sheet pan versions available), bright, and tasty.
Vanilla cupcake: It’s hard to beat a classic. The perfect moist vanilla cupcake will bring those notes out of your Sugar Pine.
Vanilla latte cocktail: Made with vanilla vodka, chilled coffee, and cream liqueur, this drink will add a boost to your day. It’s the perfect afternoon drink.
Lemon drop martini: It’s a little sweet, very tart, and sure to bring out the lemon notes in Sugar Pine.
Chardonnay: This wine often has a citrus flavor and may pick up vanilla scents depending on how it’s aged, making it a great option to pair with Sugar Pine.
Where The Strain Is Grown
Sugar Pine is produced by Flying Dutchman Gardens, but beyond that, its origins are a bit mysterious. We know some of the dominant strains used to create this hybrid, but some suspect there are other heritages as well