Higher Function Georgia Pie Flower Strain Review

Eric Vlosky
Eric Vlosky
Last updated at
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March 24, 2024
Higher Function Georgia Pie Strain Flower Review
Higher Function
Georgia Pie
Gellati x Kush Mints
Sourced From
A Cut Above
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Rare peachy-kush palate
Will get you seriously baked
Nicely grown and cured


It’s not often that you find cannabis flower which is capable of inspiring a little curiosity, tasting like earthy peaches and kush, and packs serious potency too. If that sounds like something you’d want to try, Higher Function’s Georgia Pie brings all of that to the table and more. We found it to be pretty darn excellent across each aspect even though the cultivator is virtually non-existent online to learn more about. If you tend to roast more weed than anything or only do so when it’s a special occasion, this strain is worth seeking out regardless. 

Appearance, Bud Structure, Density, & Hydration

Higher Function’s Georgia Pie is the type of strain that has some allure in the name itself – who doesn’t find the thought of those words appetizing by default even though it’s suspiciously vague upon closer inspection? Originally bred by Seed Junky Genetics as a cross between Gellati and Kush Mints, we got a couple grams in the standard white pop top that A Cut Above doles out all of their buds in. The structure of the flower is a tight tangle of small to medium army green calyxes that are bursting with fiery orange pistils. The trichome density is medium visually, but the stated test results clock in at 24.95% THC, so clearly there is the potential for potency here. It was also almost perfectly hydrated and came neither spongy nor brittle, but it condenses with some pressure under my fingers instead of breaking which is optimal in terms of hydration.  

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We’d wager that when most people receive the words “Georgia” and “Pie” into their brains, an image of a peach cobbler probably appears. The aroma of this particular cut of Georgia Pie is indeed peachy at the outset but isn’t raging in that department quite like Green Dot Labs’ Peach Oblivion rosin. It also has a noticeable amount of tang and a little sour mixed in, which reminded me of some of the better cuts of Grapefruit Kush that I’ve enjoyed in the past and are memorable to this day. It’s not overly strong in this regard but tantalizing in the way something tasty you’d catch a whiff of across the house would be. As odd as it sounds, the terpene profile out of the jar gave me a distinct feeling of curiosity. 

Mode of Consumption

I had a hunch from the initial inspection and smell test that perhaps this particular Higher Function creation would be best enjoyed with a little water filtration. I ultimately started there in my small bong with a quarter packed bowl but also rolled a pinner on a different day and found that I liked it equally both ways. As you’ll see, it’s hard to go wrong with this one but if you want to really maximize your enjoyment of the Georgia Peach, monster rips are not suggested. Going easy for the best results is my advice.

Flavors, Mouthfeel, & Ash Color

I really found the flavor to be a winner for this particular cultivar. It is in fact peach-laden on your tastebuds but not exclusively; it also brings a strong hashy, loamy flavor that is apparent only upon a second inspection of the genetics. If you’ve had the pleasure of trying a great cut of Kush Mints, that parent comes through in the Georgia Pie in the best kind of way. As I mentioned previously it’s great smoke no matter what way you prefer, but if you want to savor some of the more delicate terpenes it has to offer, definitely find some H2O to pass it through. The smoke coats the inside of your mouth but doesn’t really dry it out which is an interesting effect I noticed consistently. The ash burned down just the way you’d hope it would color-wise (and frankly if something doesn’t, it’s not going to make it on the site anyway).


Georgia Pie is allegedly a bit more of an indica leaning cannabis while still being a pretty middle-of-the-road hybrid, which neatly matched the effects I experienced with it. While we can’t be sure which colas were tested for potency, it came within a hair of 25% THCA and you’ll feel it even in small hits. This cut is strong stuff. Every time I smoked it there wasn’t a lot of nuance to tease out, you’ll probably just get really high like I did. It’s somewhere in the middle between stoney and still being centered. The ambiguous term baked applies here exactly, if that makes sense. I found it hard to focus on much and it was rather cerebrally active, which is nice if you need to set aside some stress.

Oddly I didn’t get munched out which I sort of suspected might happen, but boy will it change the color of your eyes in a hurry. I think it’s entirely possible I don’t pay much attention to that aspect lately but it was noticeable in this case. The last time I bought Visine was probably about 10 years ago but I could have used some here. I figured it was worth looking up why and the answer was the obvious that cannabinoids, when they bind to cannabinoid receptors, cause the blood vessels in your eyes and elsewhere to dilate. If you like flower that delivers superb flavor and heavy duty effects, Higher Function’s Georgia Pie is easily worth trying when you get a chance. 

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