Lil Sebastian Strain for Sweet Marijuana Lovers

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Lil Sebastian Strain for Sweet Marijuana Lovers

A lot of people love to smoke weed but understandably hate the taste. This is what makes Lil Sebastian strain perfect. The skunk doesn’t exactly sound like an appealing flavor does it? If this is you, we have just the article to solve your problems. There are plenty of weed strains that mimic citrus or fruity flavors! And how about some chocolate for that sweet tooth of yours? There are strains out there that taste just like chocolate, which is perfect for a solo sesh or to share with someone special. Yep, you heard that right, we're about to hit you with a list of five different strains that will leave your mouth tasting like a bar of Hershey’s (weed dispensary Vaughan).

Chocolate Thai

For any chocolate fiend, this strain is the one for you. Chocolate Thai is a mature strain that made its way to North America in the 1960s. Since then, finding it has been a difficult task. But when you do, you will be consumed by feelings of happiness, relaxation, and euphoria. This strain highly resembles Lil Sebastian, so get your hands on it if you can.

It’s important to keep in mind that any chocolate strain will have a hashy taste accompanied with cocoa undertones. If you’re looking for this flavor, then look no further than Chocolate Thai.

If you’re more into CBD than THC, Elektra is a great option. This bud is the offspring of Early Resin Berry and ACDC with roots in Oregon. The flavor Elektra gives off is filled with notes of red wine, chocolate, and a citrus aroma. So, FYI this is the perfect strain to satisfy that chocolate craving. And it’s zero calories!


Chocolope is perhaps one of the strongest competitors in the Sativa game. If you want your weed to lift you up and leave you in a great mood, you need to try this. Not only will it enhance your mood, but Chocolope also has an unbelievable flavor. Its notes are earthy, sweet, and even coffee-like. In fact, it really resembles the classic Chocolate Thai flavor and high that many of us are searching for!

Duct Tape

Duct tape is another crossover for chocolate lovers that comes from a mix of Original Glue and Do-Si-Dos. The flavor range of this strain is all over the place, including a chocolatey aroma from Original Glue and a hashish flavor from Do-Si. Although, duct tape really gets in fame from its potent THC high that will have you relaxed and in pure chocolate bliss. Trust us, it tastes better than it sounds.

Chocolate Hashberry

Last, but certainly not least, Chocolate Hashberry will make your chocolate dreams come true. Having parents like Chocolate and Blueberry Kush have left this bud with flavors filled with hashy and sweet berry notes on top of its chocolatey base. And you guessed it, as far as the high goes, Chocolate Hashberry will enhance your mood just like the rest!

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