Lucky sets itself apart with large flowers that adhere in elongated, almost cylindrical clusters. The buds have a dense, indica-typical structure, with leaves tightly coiled around their central stems. The leaves themselves are a mossy green and are threaded through with vibrant orange pistils. Much like parent strain The White, Lucky is also absolutely coated in snowy trichomes that make the flowers difficult to break up without use of a quality grinder.
When properly cured, flowers of Lucky has a sweet and flowery aroma, with some traces of berry. On closer inspection, the buds also have hints of dank earth and some fresh pine. Grinding intensifies this earthy, hashy scent, possibly due to the Afghani in parent strain Appalachia’s background. When combusted in a pipe or a joint, Lucky burns with a harsh smoke that may trigger coughing or watery eyes. Despite its harshness, though, this smoke has floral and subtle citrus flavors on the exhale.