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Rollinia Strain: Maryland Cannabis Reviews

more buds of rollinia in front of side ways dram

Ideal for Bowls and Rolls:

Grinding Rollinia before use will enhance your experience. To be honest, you won’t have a choice; the eighth of Rollinia I had was one of the stickiest I’ve ever come across in Maryland. However, the growers could have been a bit more patient. To be fair, the day I bought and sampled it was very humid, which could have contributed to its stickiness.


desne buds with tiny trichomes of rollinia strain


I was pleasantly surprised by the trim and cure of Rollinia. It has a somewhat wild and unkempt beauty. Some guard leaves are scattered, partially concealing smaller densely packed buds. The buds sprout out over a tightly wound cluster of rusty red pistils or “hairs.” Inside the bud, there are darker purple flecks that almost appear black against the bright green backdrop.

dark purple and black flecks inside bud of rollinia

Interestingly, the photo above bears a striking resemblance to the sub-tropical fruiting flower for which the strain is named, Rollinia

rollinia fruit on tree

(photo courtesy of wikipedia)

From Wikipedia:
Annona mucosa is a species of flowering plant in the custard-apple family, Annonaceae, that is native to tropical South America. It is cultivated for its edible fruits, commonly known as biribá, lemon meringue pie fruit, or wild sugar-apple, throughout the world’s tropics and subtropics.
The Brazilian name, biribá has become somewhat well known. Nonetheless, the fruits are occasionally known by other names, including wild sugar apple and aratiku.

It is possible that the strain name came from this visual likeness, but it may just be a coincidence. Many of the buds had lighter-colored foliage in the center with darker purplish spots.


  • Garlic
  • Herbs
  • Grilled hamburger
  • Hint of petroleum / diesel
  • Mint
  • Earthy
  • Over ripened citrus fruit


  • Hint of cologne-type musk
  • Spice /pepper
  • Chem or diesel fuel-like flavor
  • Hint of sautéed and burned Garden /Bell pepper-in olive oil and garlic-like taste

## FAQs

**What is Rollinia?**

Rollinia is a strain of cannabis that is known for its sticky buds and unique appearance.

**What does Rollinia look like?**

Rollinia buds have a wild and unkempt beauty, with guard leaves partially concealing densely packed buds. The buds have rusty red pistils and dark purple flecks.

**What does Rollinia smell like?**

Rollinia has a complex aroma that includes notes of garlic, herbs, grilled hamburger, petroleum, mint, earthiness, and over-ripened citrus fruit.

**What does Rollinia taste like?**

Rollinia has a taste profile that includes hints of cologne-type musk, spice/pepper, chem or diesel fuel-like flavors, and a hint of sautéed and burned Garden/Bell pepper-in olive oil and garlic.

**Is Rollinia a popular strain?**

Rollinia may not be as well-known as some other strains, but it is highly regarded for its unique characteristics and effects.

Dr. Jen Chalmers
Dr. Jen Chalmers
Dr. Jen Chalmers is an accomplished writer and cannabis enthusiast. With a Ph.D. in Botany and years of experience as a researcher, she brings a scientific perspective to her captivating articles on cannabis news, recipes, and the fascinating world of psychedelics.

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