While some vigilant stoners are well aware that a strain of “Girl Scout Cookies” exists, the revelation elicited a STOP THE PRESSES reaction from our staff. So, for those of you still clutching that last box of Samoas, here’s the smokable version to satiate those cravings.
Although the exact origins of Girl Scout Cookies are a little cloudy, most agree that it was bred in Florida (of course) during the mid-90s. The strain packs a cross between Durban Poison, OG Kush and Cherry Kush that results in a tasty pastry flavor mixed with fruit and spices.
If you plan on hunting down genuine GSC, be on the lookout for fakes. A lot of the GSC sold at dispensaries are generic spinoffs and won’t give you the same signature flavor and intense body-high it’s known for.
Invented: a Girl Scout Cookies Cannabis Strain. Smoke it.