Strain: Acapulco Gold
Producer: Nurple Purps
Contributor: Michael Avalos
We would vacation anywhere with this strain. First off, it’s quite a looker. Hubba hubba. This is a tightly-packed plant that’s shaded a healthy green, with plenty of orange pops to be found throughout it’s otherwise white crystal coat.
To go along with those looks, it’s got a wonderful floral aroma with hints of citrus. The nose is hit with an undeniable citrus scent profile that did wonders for our senses. Each whiff of this bud was a sheer delight.
As soon as we took our first hit, we were feeling it right away. This smoke gives off a subtle flavor that we were feeling more in the throat, rather than on the tongue. Which, usually, is a bad sign. But, for one reason or another, we enjoyed its strong flavor spectrum.
This strain produces, what we consider to be, one of the most iconic Sativa highs that we’ve ever experienced. Smoking this bowl felt like easing into a warm bath. Our body became overwhelmed with a feeling of calm, peace, and relaxation. The high is wonderfully smooth and we loved how it made us feel.
This trip to Acapulco is the ideal Sativa vacation. The high you get makes your entire body feel like it’s being pampered on a bed of pillows
We couldn’t believe how relaxed we were, and absolutely recommend this strain for anybody that suffers from any type of body ache or anxiety.
4716 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90029
Phone number: +1-818-721-6016
Hours: 10 am - 12 am, 7 days a week
Nurple Purps Dispensary
This spot is located along a busy stretch of Melrose Avenue, with an entrance to the 101 freeway nearby. So it’s going to be particularly tricky during rush hour. When it’s not a commuter hellscape, there’s street parking available, and fairly easy to find.
The exterior of the shop is plain black, which can make it easy to miss. So be sure to have the address handy. You’ll step into a tiny waiting room to check in, and then you’ll step into a tiny showroom, with an ATM inside.
There isn’t a lot of space inside the showroom, so it does end up feeling like a personal shopping experience. Our budtender was super peppy and eager to help us out. As we glanced around the displays, the first thing that jumped out to us was the stuff that we weren’t seeing -- namely, no CBD products, wax, or tincture products. It’s true that space was limited, but this was obviously a choice.
Nurple Purps has decided to be a meat-and-potatoes flower shop, with an extended menu of pre-rolls and edibles, but not much else. We thought that was cool. We definitely love big shops that sell everything, but sometimes it’s nice to go somewhere that has a limited selection. It’s like when you go to a fast food restaurant and they only sell hamburgers and fries; you assume they must be good - especially if they can survive by just making the basics.
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