Two of California's most famous strains meet the Netherlands' largest seed bank — King's Kush is the result. By combining the sweet and incense-heavy Grape Ape with the spice-citrus-skunk-fuel-funky OG Kush, Apothecary Genetics and Green House have created a stout and resinous plant with deep green leaves and a perfect mix of the parent strains in terms of bag appeal. The plant purples up easily later in flowering, even without cold temperatures.
Apothecary Genetics out of California "reversed" and bred their Grape Ape mother with one of the many OG Kush cuts floating around the area, then hooked up with Green House Seeds in Amsterdam for mainstream distribution of seed stock.
The smell really takes on a lot of the Grape Ape, bringing that grape-kissed musky incense sweetness it's most known for and receiving a boost of spice from the OG.
The OG is most prominent here, lending a spicy and somewhat aggressive flavor with a backing incense-heavy sweetness
The effects of this strain are exactly what one would expect given the parent strains — quality relaxation, mood elevation, and high levels of mental clarity. While both strains are potent, neither is potent to the point where functioning becomes difficult or sleep becomes inevitable — you can think and react but are simply more relaxed and positive while doing so.
This plant grows stout and has a strong central cola with moderate side branching. To maximize yield and reduce risk of mold, pruning some of the inner branches and leaves is suggested. Letting it go the maximum 9 weeks or a bit longer will allow for maximum resin development and flavor.