Georgia Pie is slightly indica-dominant and its buds are made of densely-packed and coiled, lime-green leaves. Patches of orange pistils can be found scattered throughout. The coating of fuzzy-trichomes makes over half of the buds surface area appear an amber color.
Georgia Pie has a sweet citrus and pine smell with a wonderful peach cobbler flavor and hints of mint present. The smoke is smooth and surprisingly gentle on the lungs, according to many users.
The high is also reportedly smooth and relaxing, offering the user a chance to unwind from the stressors of the day. This versatile hybrid can be enjoyed anytime, although many users opt for enjoying Georgia Pie the evening before the final meal of the day. Medical users suffering from anxiety and depression may especially find relief from Georgia Pie, as it has earned rave reviews for improving mood. Some even reported an aphrodisiac effect.. Creativity and focus reportedly become enhanced, making Georgia Pie popular among artists and musicians.