Another hitter from Cannarado that was brought to its full potential by the Jungle Boys in Cali, the Sundae Driver strain is a sweet and creamy cultivar. Fruity and sugary notes dance around the terpene profile of this strain that comes from crossing Fruity Pebbles OG with Grape Pie. The gorgeously green buds with purple sparsely interwoven hide under a forest of dense trichomes. The rich, earthy, candy-like aroma of this strain may twist your face into an expression of pure delight.
Just looking at it, you can tell it’s going to be extremely sticky. The outlandish collection of trichomes almost makes it glisten back at you. Wild fruity, berry, and lemony aromas will jump out at you as soon as you open the bag. Cracking a nug open, you can feel how juicy it is, as you simultaneously pick up more spicy, chocolatey notes. The cornucopia of sweet terps in this strain makes for a potentially uplifting and calming high.
Judging from its parents, the Sundae Driver’s dominant terpene profile seems like it might be myrcene, limonene, and beta-caryophyllene. Fruity Pebbles OG’s dominant terpenes are limonene, myrcene, and beta-caryophyllene, per Leafly.
Sundae Driver by ZoZ
The Grape Pie has undeniable floral and sweet notes that lead me to believe myrcene is its dominant terp. Coming together in the Sundae Driver, it’s a fair assumption that myrcene comes out strongest. This would explain the berry-sweet notes and, in tandem with the limonene, some of the more fruity aromas.
The Sundae Driver strain might be the perfect way to start and maintain your day. The smoke is like visiting a dessert cart, rich, smooth, and sweet with just the right hint of bitterness on the end. The high may uplift you into a sense of pure joy, feeling calm, even-keeled, and ready to take on work or find the best way to take it easy. Taking even more puffs may begin to lend to some forms of pain relief. This is definitely a strain I could smoke every day.