Buds of Pink Panther are medium to large and have the dense, solid bud structure typical of indica varieties. The leaves, which coil tightly around their central stems, are a dark mossy green. Hairy pistils thread their way through the leaves and can range from pale orange to a shocking shade of pink, granting this strain its name. Certain phenotypes of Pink Panther also have the odd patch of purple in their leaves, the result of anthocyanin pigments being stimulated by cold weather in the growing process. Milky-white trichomes cover the flowers and make them very sticky and hard to break up without a quality grinder.
When properly cured, buds of Pink Panther emit an aroma that blends fresh flowers with the tang of grapefruit. On closer inspection, there are also some astringent notes of ammonia, possibly due to the influence of grandparent strain Chemdawg. Despite its complex flavor profile, Pink Panties delivery a very smooth smoke when burnt. It has a citrus and lightly herbal taste on the exhale; the overall impression is similar to that of a floral liqueur.