Golden Goat was created by accident in Topeka, Kansas when a male Hawaiian-Romulan pollinated Mr. Dank’s Island, Sweet Skunk. The scent is described as being a combination of sweet, sour, and spicy, with a tropical fruit flavor. Its full-body effects provide a delightful rush of euphoria and creative spark. Golden Goat’s flowering time is 9 to 11 weeks, with a golden appearance closer to harvest.
The Origins of Golden Goat
A threesome of herbs came together to create the chemistry that’s contained in the Golden Goat’s leaves. So, what three cultivars had the insane sex that led to the birth of this all-time great? None other than the Hawaiian, Romulan, and Island Sweet Skunk.
Hawaiian is a Sativa-biased hybrid that gets its name from the deep feeling of happiness and euphoria that it bores through your being. Bringing you to a distant vacation paradise, the Hawaiian herb is the perfect pick-me-up for those moments when you might need a shot of giggles and happiness to turn around a sour day.
We all know Romulan as the heavy indica that imbues the mind and body with a depth of relaxation that you’ve likely never felt before. This blends together with the blissful flavor of herb and pine that refreshes the senses and awakens the being with its depth of taste and sinus-clearing spice.
And of course, there’s the Island Sweet Skunk. While it has yet to achieve the same level of popularity as strains like Romulan, Island Sweet Skunk is a nectarine herb that mixes together the sweetness of fruit with the odor of skunk. Its effects are energizing and awakening, and it might just give you that extra jolt of power to see you through a hectic day.