Gabriel is known for producing stupid fire cannabis and stupid fire means really good. Up until this Sherbet strain made its way into my hands, the only strain I’ve had previously from them is Sunny G. This indica dominant hybrid is a cross of Champagne and Blackberry according to Gabriel. Their strains are all produced consistently with similar terpene profiles. According to Leafly, 100 batches of Gabriel were tested and they all revealed strikingly similar terpene profiles.
An indica dominant version of Girl Scout Cookies, consider me hooked. This strain is so good that Leafly named it the Flavor of the Year in 2017.
Gabriel packages their cannabis, regardless of the size, in glass jars. The glass jars feature a rubber gasket to help keep the cannabis inside fresh. Their labels use enough color to be visually appealing. The label maintains just enough balance between classy and attention-grabbing. Inside are coated nugs with subtle hints of purple and green. Each one is almost too beautiful to smoke, but I know I’m in for a serious treat with this strain.
I broke off a piece of a nug and loaded it into my pipe. As I cracked the nug an aroma of berries and mint greeted my nostrils. This smell belongs in an ice cream cone covered with sprinkles. The nug broke apart easily and no crumbs feel to the ground, which can happen with dry weed.
This product was cured and packaged to preserve its freshness. With each rip, I felt more relaxed but also focused enough to complete my chores for the evening. This was not an overpowering high, but definitely an enjoyable one. I’d recommend Sherbet for a classy night out.
Sherbet Strain Overview
- Indica dominant hybrid.
- Genetics: Champagne and Pink.
- Smell: berries and mint.
- Total Cannabinoids: 22%