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Big Sipper Wine Sweet Red with Tropicana Cookies

There is something magical about purple Cannabis, and these frosty violet nuggets deliver a visual appeal.

In the complex world of wine, there are thousands of labels, flavors and options to choose from. How overwhelming! Sometimes it’s nice to cozy up with a simple, budget bottle of vino, and no brand does this better than Big Sipper Wine. With sugary bold flavor and a fun fizzy body, this is one that will have you coming back for more!

There is something magical about purple Cannabis, and these frosty violet nuggets deliver a visual appeal unlike any other weed featured this month. The buds are dark and almost black, with deep purple coloring offset by the coating of white, snow-like trichomes covering the surface of the flowers. Created by crossing the classic Girl Scout Cookies with the newly-infamous Tangie, the Tropicana Cookies combines the best of both worlds for a beautiful and flavorful experience.

The Pairing
Treating yourself is incredibly important, especially during these strange times. Nothing says self-care like a glass of wine, a super tasty Cannabis strain, and a relaxing experience of your choice. Whether choosing a long soak in the tub or taking in a late summer campfire, this pairing is all about chilling out and finding a happy buzz. The fizzy bold berries of the wine pair perfectly with the bold fruity cookies of the flower. The buds have a bright Tangie finish that really comes out in the sweet smoke, helping clear the palate for the next toke and sip. The uplifting euphoria of the flower settles in for a stoney happy buzz, with the wine lightly dulling the edges for a hybrid pairing that is chill, content, and well-deserved.

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This article was originally published in the September 2020 issue of Alaska Leaf.

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