Pink Rozay Weed Strain Information & Review

Sophia Delphi January 18, 2023 - 6 min read
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There are two big names behind this relatively-new strain; the legendary Cookies Fam created it in partnership with rapper Rick Ross.

This indica-dominant weed (80% indica/20% sativa) was named one of the most potent “rapper strains” of 2021, and it delivers a fast-acting high that’s uplifting, happy, extremely relaxing, and quite long-lasting.

It’s a treat for the nose and taste buds, too. Pink Rozay smells of berries, flowers, herbs, and earth, with an outstanding flavor featuring berries and citrus fruit, with accent notes of earth, herbs, nuts, and flowers. Let’s not forget the eyes, either; the strain exhibits purple and pink colors underneath its green nugs, with gorgeous white and purple trichomes.

Pink Rozay was widely celebrated when it was released in 2020, and for very good reasons.


Pink Rozay’s buzz usually slams into your head right after you’re done with your first toke, with a cerebral euphoria that’s uplifting and blissful. You might feel either clear-headed or dazed, but any concerns or stress you started with have vanished. Some users say they’re more focused and creative, but others are really too stoned to do much of anything.

The body high, meanwhile, provides full-scale relaxation from head to toe. There’s a good chance you’ll find yourself on the couch or in a comfortable chair, but not because you’re anchored there. Pink Rozay doesn’t usually lock the body, it just puts you so at ease that sitting down to enjoy the experience seems like a good idea. Sedation from this strain is unlikely.

Many use Pink Rozay during the day, but that generally isn’t the best choice if you have to be productive at work. You may be hazy and lazy from the high. This weed is better for smoking when you’re hanging out with friends (or by yourself) or if you don’t have anything important to accomplish.

That’s why most people use Pink Rozay after getting home from work or on the weekend. It’s an excellent social strain, and by the way, many people find it to be an arousing smoke as well.

Bottom Line: Regular smokers love Pink Rozay when they want to get blazed. The uplifting head high is fast and strong, and the body stone is very relaxing but not body-locking. Go over your “limit,” though, and the experience can be a foggy one.

Positive Effects:

  • Energy: 2/5
  • Creative: 3/5
  • Pain: 3/5
  • Stress: 5/5
  • Sleep: 2/5
  • Mood: 4/5

Side Effects

Pink Rozay is a high-THC strain, quite likely to cause dry eyes, dry throat, and at least some dehydration. Overconsumption may ensure that the head buzz is fuzzy instead of clear, and it can occasionally cause dizziness or headaches.

Smokers not used to very potent strains may also find that they become more anxious or even paranoid; that’s even more likely to occur among those who already suffer from some type of anxiety. Caution is the best approach for less-experienced users when dealing with any high-THC weed.

Negative Effects:

  • Paranoid: 2/5
  • Dry Mouth: 4/5
  • Dry Eyes: 4/5
  • Lethargy: 2/5
  • Cough: 3/5

Medical Conditions

Pink Rozay’s mood-lifting effects are just what many MMJ patients are after, especially if they’re fighting stress, crippling anxiety, mood disorders, or depression. They say this strain provides the level of happiness and contentment they need to overcome their mental concerns. And ADD/ADHD patients say that, in smaller doses, Pink Rozay is able to help them focus.

This weed’s relaxing body high may not be strong enough to counter serious pain, but users with mild-to-moderate chronic pain, aches, and cramps say it’s just what they need to make life more bearable. Pink Rozay is often used by those who constantly fight chronic fatigue syndrome, and some patients use it to boost their appetite as well.

Flavor and Aroma

Rick Ross and the Cookies Fam chose well when designing this strain. It delivers an outstanding aroma and taste in addition to its strong high.

Berries and flowers are the first scents you’ll probably notice after opening a container or bag of Pink Rozay, and you’ll smell earth, nuts, spice, and herbs mixed in there, too. In four words: this weed smells delicious.

It tastes just as good. Berries, citrus, and flowers predominate, just as they would in a terrific glass of Pink Rosé wine. Any wine aficionado will tell you that there should be other flavor notes, and they’re definitely present in this flower. Expect spicy herbs, nuts, and earth to tickle your taste buds.

Flavor and Aroma Ratings:

  • Earthy: 3/5
  • Citrus: 4/5
  • Fruity: 5/5
  • Spice: 3/5
  • Wood: 3/5

Cannabinoids and Terpenes

With an average THC level of 20%, Pink Rozay is certainly a potent weed. The bud you purchase may come in with slightly higher or lower THC content, but the experience will be just as powerful. CBD content in this strain is minimal.

The terpenes that dominate in Pink Rozay are myrcene, caryophyllene, carene, and pinene, with lower levels of limonene and humulene.


When rapper Rick Ross decided to launch his Collins Avenue line of cannabis products, he turned to the famed Cookies Fam for a collaborative effort — and they really came through, crossing Lemonchello #10 and Lemon Pound Cake #75 to create Pink Rozay. (They also came up with two other great strains, Collins Ave and Lemon Pepper, to launch the weed brand.)

Suppose you’ve been wondering how a heavily-indica strain can deliver such a powerful head high; credit Lemonchello #10, a powerfully energetic and focusing sativa. LPC #75 is the indica partner that contributes to the body stone and much of Pink Rozay’s delicious flavor.

Where to Buy Pink Rozay Seeds

Not all major online vendors sell this strain’s seeds, but they are available. Feminized Pink Rozay seeds can be purchased from Zamnesia (which also sells autoflowering seeds), and Cannabis Seeds USA offers both feminized and standard seeds.

Similar Strains

Some of the buds you can try if Pink Rozay isn’t available in your area are Grapefruit Kush, Lemon Crippler, Strawberry Cookies, and King’s Bread.

Pink Rozay Strain Review: FAQ

Q: What does Pink Rozay taste like?
A: Many have compared the strain’s sensory appeal to that of the wine of the same name (but with a different spelling, Pink Rosé), saying that their floral and fruity scents and flavors are quite similar. The weed, however, also contains all sorts of other notes that you might find in a good wine as well: spice, nuts, herbs, and earth.

Q: What type of yields can I expect if I grow Pink Rozay?
A: Under the right conditions, the plants are said to produce anywhere between 14 and 18 ounces apiece.