Her name alone will make your mouth start to water. Biscotti boasts a sweet, nutty, and slightly peppery terpene profile that will light up taste buds across your tongue. But her delights don't end there. She also serves up an energetic and inspiring high that will motivate you to get up and chase your goals. As the progeny of Gelato 25 and South Florida OG, what else would you expect?
Biscotti: Sweet, Nutty, and Uplifting
No, we’re not talking about the almond biscuits of Tuscan origin. However, Biscotti still delivers the sweet and nutty flavours associated with this famous Italian treat. Enjoy large yields and an uplifting high that will set you up for the day ahead.
Biscotti: The Progeny of Gelato 25 and South Florida OG
This sweet treat of a cannabis cultivar stems from a rather special pairing. To kick this breeding project off, our skilled team of breeders recruited legendary Gelato 25 genetics. This stellar strain descends from the original Gelato, which is itself the progeny of Sunset Sherbet and Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies. Next, they introduced Florida OG into the equation; a mix of Lemon Thai and Hindu Kush that slams the body with high levels of THC. Overall, these parent varieties produced a strain with a genetic profile of 80% indica and 20% sativa.
Flavour and Effects of Biscotti
Her name says it all. This indica-dominant hybrid delivers the goods when it comes to taste and aroma. A sweet, nutty flavour dominates the mix as notes of pepper, diesel, and fruit dance in the background. Soon after these tantalising tastes begin to wane, you’ll feel her creative and uplifting effect begin to take hold. A THC content of 25% ensures that the effects linger long enough for you to put them to good use.
Growing Characteristics of Biscotti
Our Biscotti strain grows to a medium height and produces highly rewarding yields. This cultivar possesses a characteristically indica morphology, with a bushy canopy and broad leaflets. Indoor plants peak at a height of 120cm, but can be trained to top out at 80cm. After 8 to 10 weeks of bloom, you can expect a return of up to 550g/m² with adequate lighting and an optimal feeding schedule. Outdoors, this cultivar benefits from increased space, and peaks at a height of 180cm. Gear up for an enormous 550–650g/plant come October.