Strain Integrity

From the OCS, ” Doja Ucorn Cake, also known as Wedding Poop, is a high THC hybrid strain created by crossing Wedding Cake and Unicorn Poop. This cultivar is known to smell like vanilla cake and classic Kush. The dominant terpenes include myrcene and limonene. This cultivar produces forest green buds with dark orange hairs.

According to, ” Wedding Poop, bred by Thug Pug Genetics, is a cross between Wedding Cake and Unicorn Poop with an 8 to 9 week Flowering Time and a Heavy yield.

A Euphoric Self-Absorptive “High”

Ucorn Cake by DOJA packaged on December 7, 2022, cost $31.58 for 3.5 grams with 25.7% THC 3.14% Total Terpenes and a mix of herbal floral lime naphthalene (mothball) scent.  Our test amount was 0.26 gram.

The “high” starts just before inhalation session ends with a Euphoric Awakening.  Over the first 10 minutes, Ucorn Cake increasing Euphoric intensity transform Reality with an Accelerated Cerebral awareness sending Us racing through Time & Space.  Ucorn Cake looked Good and smelled Great delivered an Enjoyable Wake & Bake.

In the great outdoors, with a Persistent Euphoric Lens on the World Ucorn delivered a “high” strong enough to Transmute Reality to a Psychedelic dimension.  This Wedding Poop’s “high” have both body and mental effects for a Euphoric Self-Absorptive experience.

Activity pairing is best as a Coffee substitute.  Ucorn Cake is a traditional Hybrid Sativa wakeful euphoric “high” with a dash of Enthusiasm.


Ucorn Cake by DOJA (Canopy Growth)

Sometimes, just the Look and the Smell, you know it is going to be Good.  Ucorn Cake by DOJA (Canopy Growth) delivered a Full Spectrum Sunshine “high.”  Sativa fans should enjoy the Unicorn Cake.

THC:  25.7%

Total Terpenes: 3.14% (Myrcene 1.86%, Limonene 0.33%, beta Caryophyllene 0.23%)

Quality: 9.2

Intensity: 8.9

Duration: 8.7

Total:  8.9

Cost:  $31.58 for 3.5 grams

Would we buy this again? Yes.  Despite being under the Tweed Umbrella, Doja’s Red Fatso, C99 and 91k are all Excellent Flowers.  Doja reviews are Memorable.

On an investment note, after a 28% decline in revenues in Q3/2023, Canopy is issuing $150 million Debt with an Institutional Investor.  ” Transitioning to an asset-light model by exiting cannabis flower cultivation in the Company’s Smiths Falls … ” says it all for Canopy Growth.