Oregon Pinot Noir
What is Oregon Pinot Noir?
This Hawaiian Purple Kush and Pitbull cross was bred among the grapes of a respected Pinot Noir vineyard in Oregon. Taking its name from the breeding location and its deep purple buds, this versatile plant gives off the taste of sweet grapes with a spicy hint of Haze. Though a 80/20 sativa-dominant strain, Oregon Pinot Noir gives the effects of a couch-locking indica, providing a noticeable body high best served for nighttime consumption.
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Oregon Pinot Noir Effects and Attributes
Oregon Pinot Noir Genetics and Grow Info
- Grow Info
Oregon Pinot Noir Flavors
- 1. Grape
- 2. Sweet
- 3. Berry
Review HighlightsView All (14)
"I picked this up because of the grape flavor I've heard so much about. Had no idea it was NOT considered an indica!!!! Just heard of it around town here in Portland. I am hoping that someone with the appropriate knowledge (I obviously don't have it) can explain how and why this is listed as a Sativa."
"I had gone to one of my local dispensaries on several occasions and had seen this one with interest, but had kept passing it up for stronger strains or better deals. It kind of fell into that price area where is rather spend a little more for (seemingly) a lot stronger bud, or I'd rather pay a little more for a lot more quantity of something cheaper. However, it always stood out to me because of the name...and it loo..."