Georgia Pie is my choice for big chilling when it comes to Cookies genetics, which is why I was ecstatic to review it in all of its fresh frozen, live resin badder glory for this month’s featured concentrate.
The rich, succulent badder is ripe with the delicious Georgia Pie aroma that has swept the nation by storm. Additionally, this particular batch has come out with a very interesting and desirable terpene profile, that certainly helps to explain why so many people adore the Georgia Pie high.
Before diving into the terp talk, I think it’s important to highlight the fact that this Georgie Pie badder is a bit darker in color than what the internet typically tells us is top shelf, however, the coloration of the dab is not necessarily an indicator of quality. Georgia Pie is one such darker concentrate that is worth exploring – particularly if you have experienced the flower version. Known for its distinctly peach notes, this dab captures a truly deep fruitiness and layers of earthy, floral, and spicy pine that smack you in the face with succulence and complexity.
Spawning from a cross between the Gelatti and Kush Mints genetics, Georgia Pie definitely lives up to its heritage, producing a resin that is as delicious as it is potent. What undoubtedly stands out is the limonene and caryophyllene dominance, followed by a pinene, linalool, and humulene temper. I don’t know how closely you pay attention to terpene trends in consumer markets, but I certainly do, and for me this is quite a rare recipe of phytochemical goodness. Limonene and caryophyllene-dominated profiles typically end up being some of the best-selling cultivars in Maryland, but to have its profile body built up with pinene, linalool, and humulene is something I haven’t seen before.
Upon dabbing, this Georgia Pie live resin badder brings an earthy forest of wild plant smells, noted by distinctive evergreen, moss, hops and lavender aromas, all while accentuating and obscuring the peachy fruit notes the cultivar is known for.
Georgia Pie is the definition of a hybrid effect, running the patient right down the razor’s edge of stereotypical headspaces, but never pushing one off into the totally cerebral or sedated side of the spectrum. Instead, a warm and pervasive, stoney headspace creeps in to coddle the mind and body – alleviating all inflammation and wrapping you in a blanket of hazy, functional bliss. This is an ideal daily driver for those who want super high-quality aromas and effects, with a truly rare terpene profile.
Cheers to Cookies for consistently bringing the connoisseur-grade flavor, batch after batch – and that Georgia Pie high for Maryland patients to explore.