Acapulco Gold gets its name from a location in Mexico in which it was first propagated. Its genetic history is unknown and quite Secret. It’s genetics are used to being grown outside many cultivators report this cultivar is not forgiving to in house grows. It has a 75 day gestation. Some have reported yields up to 500 grams per square meter. Acapulco Gold often has T H C content in the upper twenties. Now Lets form a Amco High Opinion.
This sample of Acapulco Gold is not really gold. Not that the color variation means much to me but this train is known for its blonde coloration. Sample is a light green. This for bud at 8th looks appealing to the eye. Track home formations are visible. The packaging was rather full of broken pistil and tricombs. It was rough handling that caused this or the lack of relative humidity. Amco High Opinion on the look 8.
Acapulco Gold has a very unique scent profile. There is definitely pinenne present. I believe I smell myrcene along with a small hint are they sweet terpene that I cannot put my finger on. Overall I found the smell to be very pleasant. There is a subtle clove hint I believe from carrophillene content. Amco High Opinion on smell is a 9 out of 10.
This sample of flower show less decapitation of the exterior bulbous heads the other two strains from Cheech and Chong genetics this time. Is photographed see the exterior and interior look more similar comparatively. This is a 80% sativa according to sources online. Was that information I’m pleased with the Amber ratio on this flower. However the overall moisture content of this sample is unacceptable. Amco High Opinion 8 out of 10.
After Rolling approximately 1/2 G a raw Unbleached rolling paper I take a dry hit that is difficult to describe. It has somewhat of a earthy it’s sweet earth flavor. After lighting it I was surprised to taste a sour note I did not pick up in the scent. Many sources depict this train is tasting like tea or coffee. I personally think it’s a lot closer to tea than coffee but this specific sample does not have that Lipton iced tea flavor that is common what’s trains from this region. Amco High Opinion on taste Acapulco Gold 8.5 out of 10.
Acapulco Gold has an effect on it that is fairly unique to the strain. It’s pinenne content is sure to drain your sinuses while the carrophillene and THC are squeezing the air from your lungs. This sample is cleaning me out lol.There is a very rough throat to it that is reminiscent of tobacco to me.The sativa effects are strong though. After just half this joint I gave my throat a break and noticed the euphoria build over me. It is quite distracting from my pain. The high sativa ratio makes it a good treatment for nerve pain just be cautious this strain has a reputation for causing anxiety in large doses. Although I don’t find that an issue. Amco High Opinion on the effect of Cheech & Chong’s Acapulco Gold is a 9 out of 10. I’m very pleased with the effect on the sample gave me after the full half gram sample. I look forward to seeing what bold can do with these genetics after a few crops.
Acapulco Gold it’s probably one of the most well known cultivar names in the world. Just about every cannabis connoisseur over 40 years old has a memory connected to this strain. Or some strain they had that was called this. I myself find the strain to be quite the creeper. For me the Euphoria Peaks about 15 minutes after ingestion of the flower. I’m very excited to keep an eye out her future batches of all three of the Cheech and Chong branded strains. I have no doubt Bold cultivation we’ll improve the moisture content and that will go a long way for making these strains even more appealing.