Champagne Kush (Champagne)

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

The perfect strain for a stoner’s New Year’s Eve celebration, Champagne Kush (also referred to as Champagne) is a popular hybrid strain with relatively muddy origins. Some sources claim this strain to be a cross between Super Silver Haze and Pot of Gold, while others have stated that Champagne Kush is a cross between a Hashplant and Kush that was pollinated with a male Burmese plant. The cannabis seed bank Seedism claims to have feminized Champagne Kush seeds from Super Silver Haze and Pot of Gold. This particular cultivar is said to produce high yields following a 10-week flowering cycle. Caramel and citrusy are common descriptors for the aroma of Champagne Kush, while the flavor is often reported as earthy and sweet. One sample of Champagne Kush analyzed by the cannabis testing lab Analytical 360 discovered THC levels of less than 17%, along with a terpene profile primarily dominated by linalool, which can also be derived from flowers and spice plants, as well as alpha-pinene, an herbaceous terpenoid that is considered the most abundant in nature.

The perfect strain for a stoner’s New Year’s Eve celebration, Champagne Kush (also referred to as Champagne) is a popular hybrid strain with relatively muddy origins. Some sources claim this strain to be a cross between Super Silver Haze and Pot of Gold, while others have stated that Champagne Kush is a cross between a Hashplant and Kush that was pollinated with a male Burmese plant. The cannabis seed bank Seedism claims to have feminized Champagne Kush seeds from Super Silver Haze and Pot of Gold. This particular cultivar is said to produce high yields following a 10-week flowering cycle. Caramel and citrusy are common descriptors for the aroma of Champagne Kush, while the flavor is often reported as earthy and sweet. One sample of Champagne Kush analyzed by the cannabis testing lab Analytical 360 discovered THC levels of less than 17%, along with a terpene profile primarily dominated by linalool, which can also be derived from flowers and spice plants, as well as alpha-pinene, an herbaceous terpenoid that is considered the most abundant in nature.