The 8 best peanut butter flavors to try

Allergy sufferers aside, who doesn’t love peanut butter?

Many contemporary peanut butter phenotypes are bred from the popular strain Peanut Butter Breath. And while there’s no single terpene that delivers an exclusively nutty mouthfeel, it’s the deliberate balance of limonene, valencene, and caryophyllene that combine to create the complex profile.

Connoisseurs who prefer creepy aromas, nutty vapors, and the pronounced effects of cookie genetics should consider a trip down the rabbit hole of peanut butter phenotypes.

Check out eight peanut butter-scented and flavored favorites below to get you started.

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Peanut Butter Breath

Depending on your resource, the popular Peanut Butter Breath strain can be found under a few different names, including Peanut Butter Kush, Peanut Butter OG, and Peanut Breath. And overall, this is the strain to audition for consumers new to peanut butter hybrids.

Bred from Do-Si-Dos and Mendo Breath, two classic strains known for their relaxing effects, Peanut Butter Breath lands midway genetically, delivering both a crystalline head high and a velvety body buzz. Consumers report euphoric highs that can be both calming and energizing without becoming overly lethargic or manic.

Peanut Butter Cake

Perennial favorite Wedding Cake is crossed with Peanut Butter Breath to create this savory smoke. Consumers report a strong, euphoric onset with just enough to relax you so that the high doesn’t aggravate anxiety. Head highs are described as cerebral and introspective, and the body effects can range from syrupy relaxation to tingling smoothness. In any case, expect a couch-lock or a couch-lock scenario and plan accordingly.

peanut butter cake

Bred from a cross between Stuffed French Toast and Georgia Pie, this unique strain is a departure from the PB Breath strains that share similar names. This hybrid can deliver a heady, classic stone just north of the sedative with a thick, cottony head high.

Consumers report powerful, long-lasting effects that are best suited for evening indulgence before bed.

peanut butter punch

Another deeply relaxing strain with diverse origins is Peanut Butter Punch, a hybrid that resembles PB Breath – albeit with a considerably strong hint of lethargy from its parent strains Do-Si-Dos and Purple Punch.

Consumers report deeply relaxing yet immersive highs that are perfect for consuming at the end of the day. Connoisseurs looking for apr├Ęs-work strains that won’t turn them on or blow them away might consider ending their day with this strain.

Peanut Butter Runtz

The origins of this strain are no secret: Peanut Butter Runtz (or Runts) is a cross between Peanut Butter Breath and Runtz that, while touting balanced genetics, reportedly delivers a distinctly sedative high.

Users describe deeply intoxicating head highs and weighted body highs that are likely to blow novice smokers away. Experienced smokers can expect something much more nuanced, yet extremely chilled nonetheless.

Peanut Butter Truffle

Like many of her siblings, Peanut Butter Truffle can deliver a smooth, gently soothing high that, while potentially too strong for lighter smokers, hits heavier smokers in that body-high sweet spot between couchlock and bubbly relaxation.

Consumers describe blissful, giggly, slightly social head highs that work well with low-stakes hangouts. Therapeutic consumers report potential relief from chronic pain, stress, and anxiety.

Peanut Butter Cookies

This cross between Forum Cookies and Peanut Butter Breath delivers what many consumers describe as the peanut buttery mouthfeel of any peanut butter strain.

Peanut Butter Cookies are overwhelmingly reported to have the same flavor profile as a freshly baked peanut butter cookie, and are a relatively balanced, if somewhat relaxing, PB phenotype. Reported effects include a bright, euphoric onset that fades into a blissful physical calm perfect for polishing out the rough edges of a rough day.

Peanut Butter Mint

It may seem unappealing, but Peanut Butter Mints’ unique terpene profile has made it a sought-after commodity. As expected from a cross between Peanut Butter Breath and Kush Mints, this strain’s perfume features both rich peanut butter notes and crisp, spicy mint. The resulting high is euphoric and gently relaxing. Consumers describe tingling physical effects and an uplifting cerebral high that lingers long after the high has worn off.

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