Orange Kush Cake sounds like the perfect cannabis dessert…and it is. It is a complex cross of Wedding Cake and Jilly Bean, that is then bred with a 3 way crossing of Sour Tangie, Rose Zkittles, and OG Eddy Lepp. Complex as its genetics are, it still manages to balance out to an estimated 50/50 hybrid.
At first viewing, what stands out most about Orange Kush Cake is the thick clumps of fiery orange pistils, that are frayed and fuzzy, coated in amber-trichomes. The curly, olive leaves boast streaks of violet, with the entire buds coated in fuzzy yellow trichome hairs.
The aroma of Orange Kush Cake is rich, with orange-citrus and sandalwood. The taste is similar, with a tangy, orange-citrus flavor, and woody undertones.
Although this strain has been rated strong by some, our batch was not. Despite the 20% THC, the cerebral buzz was relatively mild among our reviewers. The muscles and nerves of the body did feel more relaxed for most, and not surprisingly, the dominant terpene is Beta Myrcene. Reviewers sugggested Orange Kush Cake would be great for those prone to anxiety/panic attacks, and those looking for solid Indica benefits, without the lazy, stoney, haze that comes with some indica-dominant strains. Orange Kush Cake is a great tasting hybrid, that packs a nice body buzz but still allows you to keep it together upstairs, making some recommend it for mornings before a productive day.