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Donkey Butter From Chronic Post – 8.5/10


  • plastic
  • skunk
  • dirt
  • pine
  • outdoors
  • touch of hay
  • petroleum


  • manicured very well (machined)
  • appears whitish/dark green on outside w/ orange/brown hairs & an occasional bit of yellow
  • much lighter green when broken open
  • incredibly frosted w/ trichomes
  • somewhat sticky

Rolled Tighter Than Preferred


  • RAW single wide paper w/ smaller filter tip used
  • busted up very nicely – very little remains in grinder
  • compressed quite a bit during the roll – resulted in smaller/tighter roll than preferred
  • ash is lighter grey w/ semi-fine texture


  • floral
  • mildly sweet
  • hints of pine
  • Popeye candy sticks
  • cardboard
  • aftertaste is like licorice or sensen

Looks Machine Manicured


  • felt it hit me about 3/4 into the J
  • nice mellow buzz
  • feeling it in the body fairly strong
  • helps with pain

Lighter Grey Ash – Semi-Fine Texture

Reviewed April 21, 2020

No, it’s not some new-fangled alternative to cattle dairy — Donkey Butter is an indica-heavy hybrid with a knockout aroma. Devised by Exotic Genetix, the creators of Extreme OG, this strain crosses Triple OG with Exotic’s own Grease Monkey. Donkey Butter’s dank, earthy aroma may be something of an acquired taste but consumers tend to agree on its smooth, relaxing high. Donkey Butter’s THC content has been measured at between 14% and an impressive 27%.

Donkey Butter stands out right away with medium to large-sized flowers that hold together in solid, conical shapes. The internal structure of these buds has the dense composition more typical of indicas, with wide, curly leaves. The leaves themselves are a deep shade of forest green, with some phenotypes even boasting patches of purple. Finally, Donkey Butter’s flowers are made even more colorful by corkscrewed orange pistils and snowy, translucent trichomes.

Once cured, flowers of Donkey Butter have a gamey, earthy scent. A second whiff may pick up on some woodsy, pine-like notes as well. Breaking apart or grinding these dense flowers can reveal more of an intense, gasoline-like odor, possibly passed on from grandparent strain Gorilla Glue. When it’s burnt in a pipe or a joint, Donkey Butter can give off an acrid, eye-watering smoke that may be somewhat harsh on the lungs. On the exhale, this thick smoke has a pungent flavor with some light herbal traces.

As with many other mostly indica strains, Donkey Butter has a high that mounts slowly. Several minutes after coughing on its heavy smoke, users begin to feel head-focused sensations like a constricted feeling around the temples or some flushing in the cheeks. Eventually, these unfamiliar tics die down, allowing smokers to become aware of some distinct changes in cognition. Ideas may move more quickly than usual and may seem to have a new kind of intensity. Similarly, users may begin to make free associations or group their thoughts into categories. This cerebral edge can help accomplish work on open-ended artistic projects or brainstorming sessions. In the right set and setting, Donkey Butter may even induce trippy sensory distortions like a flattening of visual depth perspective or an uncanny feeling of time dilation. Those who are so inclined can maximize this psychedelic mood by indulging in some moody music or a visually dynamic movie.

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