It earns high marks for its strong indica effects and great medicinal attributes. It was a good purple strain regardless and should be picked up if you like indicas or grapey flavored strains.
Bred in Northern California from a lineage that includes Grape Ape and Purple Urkle.
There are many different "cuts" of GDP around the country. Most of them share the same general terpene profile and hybrid high associated with Grape Ape and Purple Urkle. For sure, people defend their local favorite as being the "real" or "best" Grand Daddy.
Very Purple with orange tendrils, almost no green to be seen.
Fresh grape smell with a piney undertone and hints of Tobacco.
Roasted berries and potpourri.
A soft smooth start gives way to a solid body high. Its latent hybrid nature gives just enough head high to be considered a solid mid-day strain as well as an evening variety. The G.D.P.'s power shows in both strength and duration, two hours of functional couch lock ultimately led to an hour long early evening nap afterwards - awoke still feeling medicated.