In the United Kingdom, Custard Cream (aka Custard Pie) refers to a biscuit with vanilla-flavored cream filling, typically eaten with tea. After tasting the strain Custard Cream, it is not hard to understand the reason behind the name. The strain’s genetics include three landraces: an Afghanistan Indica, a Nepalese Indica, and a Hawaiian Sativa. Despite being Indica-dominant, Custard Cream is mood elevating, spacey, and thought-provoking. These cerebral effects may be accompanied by a light body buzz for those with lower tolerance.
Known for its super delicious taste and long-lasting high, Custard Cream is perfect for any discerning indica lover. This bud packs a super creamy and sweet vanilla flavor into each and every toke. The aroma is of earthy herbs and spices with a sweet creamy vanilla overtone that can turn sour at times. The Custard Cream high is just as amazing as its flavor, with lightly energizing effects that will get you moving before you finally settle into a state of pure relaxation and ease. It starts in the head with a cerebral effect that boosts your mood and fills you with a mellow euphoria. A light body buzz comes next, lulling you into a mild relaxation that won’t affect your energy level in the slightest. With these long-lasting effects and its high 18-20% average THC level, Custard Cream is often chosen to treat insomnia, chronic pain, depression, chronic stress and chronic fatigue. This bud has airy piecey oversized flat olive green nugs with orange hairs and a frosty thick coating of tiny milky amber crystal trichomes. Learn more.