About Fruit Loops Strain
Fruit Loops Strain — not to be confused with Fruity Loops or Fruity Pebbles — is a flavor-packed indica hybrid that benefits from some very prestigious genetics. It is said to be a four-way cross between Blueberry, Grapefruit, White Widow, and Blue Dream — all top-shelf strains in their own right, and each passing on distinctive traits to make Fruit Loops a standout. This balanced strain brings about an energizing and thought-stimulating mindset, but an underlying indica body stone keeps it a mellow and easygoing smoke. Fruit Loops’ THC levels have been measured at between 16% and 19%.
Fruit Loops is distinguished by large flowers that have an almost spherical shape and adhere in a dense, indica-typical bud structure. The tightly-curled leaves are a deep forest green, threaded through with bright orange pistils. Many phenotypes of the strain also have vibrant shades of purple running through the leaves; as in parent strains Blue Dream and Blueberry, these hues are the result of cold temperatures stimulating anthocyanin pigments during the growing process. Parent strain White Widow also passes on its high resin production: glassy white trichomes cover the already-colorful flowers, giving them a slight sheen and a very sticky texture.
When properly cured, Fruit Loops hits the nose with the bright tropical aroma of berries and citrus; the double dose of Blueberry is most obvious here. On closer inspection, there’s also a slight hint of skunkiness. Breaking open or grinding the buds yields notes of hash and incense, presumably passed on from grandparent strain Afghani. When combusted, Fruit Loops’ complex mix of terpenes can give off a thick and cough-inducing smoke. On the exhale, though, this smoke tastes sugary-sweet and hangs on the palate with a touch of spice.