Dr. Blaze – Biscotti
Gelato x South Florida OG
3 Feminized Seeds Per Pack
THC 25% – 30%__CBD 0.5%
Product Name: Dr. Blaze – Biscotti
Origins of the Strain:
Oh, the story of the Biscotti strain is one that I love to tell. This beauty was birthed through the union of the fabulous Gelato strain and the powerful South Florida OG strain. These parents were chosen with care, a blend of Northern California’s rich cannabis heritage and the intense potency of Florida genetics. The combination resulted in a potent and luxurious strain that embodies the very essence of comfort and relaxation.
The Gelato parent strain has roots that run deep in the San Francisco Bay Area. With its famed lineage from Sunset Sherbet and Thin Mint GSC, it has been a sought-after strain for years. South Florida OG, on the other hand, is a classic strain that emerged from the sunny and humid climate of Florida. This strain is believed to have played a key role in shaping the modern cannabis scene, contributing its resilient growth traits and potency to its offspring.
Terpene Profile and Aromas:
Inhaling the Biscotti strain, I am transported back in time. I’m reminded of the first time I tasted an authentic Italian biscotti while sipping on an espresso. The earthy, nutty notes that come through are a delightful surprise, and the sweet undertones keep me coming back for more.
The terpene profile in this strain is a rich palette of scents and flavors. Primary terpenes such as caryophyllene, limonene, and myrcene harmonize to produce a sweet yet earthy aroma with a hint of citrus. Upon exhale, I experience a spicy kick, a subtle reminder of its OG heritage. Every puff of Biscotti is a sensory exploration – one that elicits a reminiscent smile and perhaps, a chuckle or two.
Other Cannabis Strains:
Several notable strains share a genetic bond with our Biscotti. Let’s consider Gelato #33, also known as Larry Bird, and Gelato #41. Both strains borrow heavily from the Gelato lineage, just like Biscotti, and offer similar levels of potency and sensory experiences. Then there’s the Ocean Beach OG, a strain that shares its parentage with the South Florida OG, bringing with it the same intensity and robustness.