Since teaming up with Glass House Group, Thorne has involved herself in all aspects of Forbidden Flowers. From creative marketing to detailed packaging, Thorne even tests strains, developed by Graham Farrar. The favored tests ultimately become the strains Forbidden Flowers offers today.
This weekend, Thorne and Glass House Group have launched two new strains, Orange Creamsicle and Sundae Drive. Given the current pandemic, Forbidden Flowers has also campaigned their “Two-for-one, puff, don’t pass” half gram pre-rolls. The goal of this campaign is to continue to medicate consumers while still keeping safety in mind.
The two strands are exclusively available at The Pottery, Bud and Bloom, The Farmacy Santa Barbara and The Farmacy Berkeley. Both strains can be purchased in eights of flowers or as “two-for-one, puff, don’t pass” half gram pre-rolls. Glass House exclusively cultivates these strains at Glass House Farms in Santa Barbara.
Glass House Group is one of the fastest-growing, privately-held cannabis and hemp companies in the U.S. Using technology and environmental sensibility, they provide consumers with unique strains, flowers, extracts, pre-rolls, vaporizers, cartridges and apparel.
Additional Details: Orange Creamsicle
Orange Creamsicle, an Indica-dominant hybrid strain, comes from crossing the Orange Crush and the Juicy Fruit strains. This bud has small green nugs with bright orange hairs and chunky golden crystal trichomes.
In addition, Forbidden Flowers adds, “Its super creamy vanilla citrus flavor stays on your tongue long after you take a toke. The high starts with a slow euphoric lift that boosts your mood and leaves you feeling completely relaxed in both mind and body. As your mood climbs, so will your energy level. Once you reach a peak of pure happiness and motivation, you’ll be hit with a sense of calm and lethargy.”
Additional Details: Sundae Drive
Sundae Drive, an evenly balanced hybrid strain, 50% Indica and 50% Sativa, it comes from crossing the Grape Pie and the Fruity Pebbles strains. This bud has grape-shaped olive green nugs with purple undertones, thin red-orange hairs and a coating of white crystal trichomes.
In addition, Forbidden Flowers adds, “Sundae Driver packs a sweet creamy chocolate flavor with a lightly sugary fruity exhale. The aroma is of fresh earth and sweet sugary grape candy with a rich chocolately overtone. The high is just as delightful as the flavor, that will have you kicking back with ease. You’ll feel a euphoric onset that fills your cerebral state with a sense of giddy happiness.”
According to The Farmacy, a dispensary in Santa Barbar, “Sundae Driver can often treat those suffering from conditions such as chronic stress or anxiety, insomnia, PTSD, depression and chronic pain.”