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SPOTLIGHT: Organic Sour Cookies from 1964

Updated: Jan 12

Not your granny’s cookies


The opinions expressed in the following spotlight blog are based solely on the individual writing, reviewing and researching the relevant product.


The strain Organic Sour Cookies by 1964 is one of my new favourites for a wake’n’bake sesh. This strain is a cross between the iconic Girl Scout Cookies and Sour Diesel, a hybrid masterpiece in my opinion. This hybrid strain is not like many I’ve tried before, and here’s why.


Strain: Organic Sour Cookies (sativa-dominant hybrid)

Format: 3.5G

THC Range: 20 - 26%

THC: 22.8%


Sour Cookies is truly a wonder when it comes to its effects. I tried it two different times at varying quantities and found the effect is very dependent on how much you smoke. The first time I tried it I smoked a fat joint and found it impossible to move from the couch. As soon as I found my comfy spot I didn’t move for a solid hour. The couch-lock was serious, which I wasn’t expecting considering the strain was a sativa-dominant hybrid. I felt pretty relaxed and had a slight body high with zero desire to get up. For the first 20 minutes I couldn’t even motivate myself to reach for the remote…and no, it was not far away.


The second time I tried it I smoked less to see if there would be a change in effect. The difference was significant and I had to double and triple check to make sure I was in fact smoking Sour Cookies. With the decrease in consumption I felt the more sativa leaning effects. My head high was very uplifting and my mind was active and buzzing. These cerebral effects were perfect for channeling this energy into tasks. I cleaned the office, bedroom and completed four loads of laundry (and yes, even the folding!).


A takeaway for this particular strain would be that quantity has a huge impact on effect, so plan accordingly. If you know you have some tasks to do, have a smaller amount. For me personally, .25 grams is the sweet spot for getting work done. Anything more and I am on the couch basking in the buzzy body high.


The flavour of this strain was exactly what you would think Sour Cookies would taste like. At first you are hit with a sourness that is slightly gassy in nature. This sourness was fleeting on the taste buds and followed by a sweetness that reminded me of a dough-like pastry. This strain was delicious and the perfect balance of sour and cookies. My new go-to wake’n’bake strain!


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