Wedding Cake weed, also known as Pink Cookies, is a multiple cup winning indica-dominant hybrid that was brought to life by the legendary Seed Junky Genetics, who are famous for developing Gelato and kush Mints. In addition to Wedding Cake, Gelato, and Kush Mints, Seed Junky is also in direct collaboration with Cookies mogul Berner on the newly released The Minntz brand, featuring the popular The Soap strain.
It is widely believed that Wedding Cake is a cross of the indica-dominant hybrid Cherry Pie with the world-famous G.S.C. (Durban Poison x OG Kush), formerly known as Girl Scout Cookies, however, according to Jbeezy of Seed Junky Genetics, the strain is actually a phenotype of Triangle Mints. Triangle Mints is another Seed Junky Genetics production made by crossing Triangle Kush with Animal Mints.
With a name like Wedding Cake, you would expect this strain to taste like a sweet dessert fit for celebratory gatherings, but it absolutely does not. Instead, much like its aroma, the Wedding Cake falls far from the expected. Typically, consumers who smoke Wedding Cake flower will taste earthy flavors from a thick doughy-like smoke that makes your mouth taste like a whole loaf of sourdough is present. Many people describe the taste as simply earthy and sour.
Wedding Cake has high THC levels with its cannabinoid content regularly soaring past 25% THC. If you’re not a regular smoker, this strain will undoubtedly send you directly to the couch for hours on end. But if you’re a veteran consumer, how will it hit you?
What Is The Wedding Cake Experience?
Already, its hybrids like Jungle Cake, which crosses Wedding Cake with potent indica White Fire #43 are popping up. There’s also Guava Cake, which is a Wedding Cake backcross; the newly released Divorce Cake, a cross between Wedding Cake and The White; and the very well-known sugar treat of Ice Cream, a cross of Wedding Cake and Gelato. Though much of this strain’s past remains a secret mystery, its future is as clear as ever. This one’s here to stay.