5 Cannabis Strains worth Coupling with Your Coffee

5 Cannabis Strains worth Coupling with Your Coffee

There are more than 20 million adults that consume cannabis daily. Additionally, there are more than 1 billion people that enjoy coffee every day. Naturally, there is an overlapping population of adults that want the former and the latter. Here are a few strains you should pair with your next cup of morning, Joe.

Durban Poison

The first strain worth pairing with a cup of java is Durban Poison. This strain is a great way to get the day started. Originating from regions native to South Africa, Durban Poison is a top-tier strain of cannabis. Durban Poison, on average, contains 17% THC per gram. Upon inspection, Durban Poison yields a dark, hearty color with an intense amount of trichomes to match. Durban Poison’s aroma is also uniform to its appearance by providing earthy, sweet, and clove-like aromas. This strain is a great way to start the day by providing creativity, a positive uptick in mood without feeling the need to double up on the coffee.

Jack Herer

Named after the distinguished cannabis activist, Jack Herer is a Sativa-dominant strain that is guaranteed to uplift your mood. Jack Herer is a native of Norway originating at some point during the 1990s. This strain is a fusion between Shiva Skunk and Northern Lights #5. The outcome is often a purebred Sativa strain. This combination yields buds that will provide a tranquil and festive mood. Consumers report an earthy, piney, and overall forest taste proves to be quite enjoyable. If you are in search of a great strain to add to your morning routine, Jack Herer is the way to go.

Super Silver Haze

The next entry on our list of java-friendly strains of cannabis is the award-winning Super Silver Haze. This Sativa-dominant hybrid is a gentle cross between Haze, Northern Lights, and Super Skunk #1. As mentioned above, Super Silver Haze has taken home the gold at multiple cannabis cups; Since the strain’s rise to popularity in the mid-90s, Super Silver Haze has won 1st place at least on four separate occasions. This Sativa gives off an aroma similar to that of a fresh chopped down lemon tree, revealing overwhelming earthy notes with hints of a sweet citrus. Moreover, Super Silver Haze has been praised for its ability to provide a dominant spike in energy and creativity. If you are in search of a strain that you can pair with your morning cup of coffee, then consider giving Super Silver Haze a try.

Vanilla Frosting

Vanilla Frosting is a strain that gained a tremendous amount of traction last year. This hybrid cannabis strain has gained a multitude of traction throughout the previous few months. Vanilla Frosting is the output of Humboldt OG and Humboldt Frost. Vanilla Frosting gets its designation from its overly abundant trichomes, giving it a sugary and frosted appearance. When tasting this strain, Vanilla Frosting presents notes of herbs and pine. There are also mild peppery undertones. Vanilla Frosting has an intensely high amount of THC. Cannabis cultivators have also identified this strain of hosting high amounts of cannabinoids other than THC and CBD. Vanilla Frosting and your morning cup of coffee is the new ‘adult latte’ worth trying.

What these strains have in common

Most of these coffee-friendly strains of cannabis are Sativas (or Sativa-dominant hybrids.) Additionally, the strains mentioned above contain high amounts of terpenes like Limonene. Terpenes found in Sativas provide consumers with more energy and clarity, per research. Combining coffee and Sativa-dominant strains (theoretically) has a chance to invoke the Entourage Effect. Most working-class stoners that enjoy coffee will tell you they will take whatever boost they can get!

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