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Wedding Cake



Wedding Cake has a unique tangy and earthy aroma with mile peppery undertones. It’s the progeny of two infamous Cali-bred strains — Girl Scout Cookies and Cherry Pie.

This strain has a lot of history and was recently rated Leafly’s “Strain of the Year.” It goes by several different names — including Triangle Mints #23 and Pink Cookies.

  • Ingredients

    Myrcene, β-Caryophyllene, Limonene, Linalool, Guaiol, Humulene, Nerolidol, β-Pinene, α-Bisabolol, Bitter Almond Oil Unspecified Data not available. 8013-76-1, p-Tolualdehyde, β-Damascone, α-Terpineol, α-Pinene, Valencene, Anisyl acetate, Nootkatone, Fenchol, Caryophyllene oxide, Benzyl acetate, Citral diethyl acetal, Citronellal, β-Ionone, Camphene, Borneol, Geraniol, Furfural, Ethyl Vanillin, Maltol, Trans-2-hexenol, Citronellol, Grapefruit mercaptan.

  • Caution

    This product is intended for use only by adults 21 or older.

    Keep out of reach of children and pets. Do not use if you are pregnant, nursing, or a person with or at risk of serious heath conditions. This product has not been evaluated for safe use in e-cigarettes or any vaping application where the product(s) is/are intentionally vaporized and inhaled.

Effect Profile

Wedding Cake has a high concentration of beta-caryophyllene, which has a characteristic spicy or peppery taste and potent relaxing effect profile without being directly sedative. The spiciness of this terpene even has a slight stimulating action — suitable for boosting mental clarity and focus.

This effect is compounded by the second most abundant terpenes in the mix — myrcene and humulene — both of which offer notable anxiolytic benefits.

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Aromatic Profile


Terpene Breakdown

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What Are Terpenes?

Terpenes are a group of volatile compounds found in plants. There are several different types of terpenes, classified based on the number of carbon groups in the chemical structure.

Related compounds, such as terpene-alcohols, esters, ketones, aldehydes, oxides, and phenols, are often included under the common name “terpenes” despite having a slightly different chemical structure.

How Much Should I Dilute My Terpenes?

Terpenes should always be diluted prior to use. We recommend diluting the terpenes to a concentration of around 5% of the total volume of the final product.

These compounds are potent — a little bit goes a long way. Depending on what you’re using terpenes for, you may want to aim or even more dilution. The most common dilution for ultra-concentrated terpenes is 3%.

Does This Blend Contain Any Additives?

We don’t add any preservatives, synthetic flavorings, or stabilizers to any of our blends — including this Wedding Cake terpene concentrate.

What’s the Shelf-Life of Terpenes

Most terpenes should last two years without any noticeable reduction in potency if stored in optimal conditions (cool, dry, and dark).

Terpenes don’t go bad — but they will start to lose their potency over time.

Factors that break down terpenes include heat, UV light, and oxygen. To eliminate these variables as much as possible, store your terpenes in the original airtight container they come in, and place them in a dark location away from any heat sources.

If you intend to store your terpenes long-term, you can keep them in the refrigerator.

How Are Finest Labs Terpene Blends Made?

Our terpenes are extracted from cannabis and other botanical sources using a combination of hydrodistillation, supercritical CO2, and columnar chromatography.

We first isolate individual terpenes before our team of professional perfumers recombine terpenes together to recreate the aroma of popular cannabis strains (such as Wedding Cake).

How Long Can I Store Terpenes?

If you keep our terpenes in the same airtight container they arrived in and store them in a cool, dark, and dry location — they should remain viable for two years or more.

For long-term storage, you can keep your terpenes in the fridge — this may extend the shelf-life by several more years.

It also helps to avoid opening your terpenes unless completely necessary.

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