Cookies genetics have their roots in many of the best strains on the shelves. Many strains have their genetics and you might not even know it. The Biscotti strain was crossed between two cookies varieties and another legendary west coast strain: Gelato #45 x Girl Scout Cookies (GSC) x Gorilla Glue #4.
The Cookies Family genetics have been getting a lot of attention in the cannabis industry. Cookies Family genetics are known to be potent indica-hybrids that have sweet and exotic aromatics. Two-thirds of the Biscotti strains are from the Cookies Family: Girl Scout Cookies and Gelato #45. Girl Scout Cookies is the original cookies strain. It’s a secret F1 strain crossed Durban Poison and OG Kush. Gelato is a Thin Mints phenotype of GSC crossed with Sunset Sherbet, per Leafly. The #45 indicates the phenotype number that was chosen for that crop. These strains provide Biscotti with its deep purple color and sweet taste.The last third of the Biscotti strain genetics comes from Gorilla Glue #4. The most popular of the Gorilla Glue phenotypes, this strain was developed by Josey Whales who has been growing Gorilla Glue since early in the medical marijuana days. Gorilla Glue #4 is a potent hybrid that comes from Sour Diesel and Chemdawg genetics, per Cannabis Now. This strain is known for its immense bag appeal and consistency. Several brands have great Gorilla Glue #4 cuts because the strain is a friendly genetic profile that works well with growers.
If you find the Biscotti strain, expect a dark green flower with bold purple highlights, long orange hairs and a fluffy grow structure. It has sweet and buttery aromatics that pack a mellow, mood elevating high. Biscotti might be one of the best strains to pair with a cup of coffee because of the sweet taste. Indica effects perfectly match the bitter taste and caffeine boost that comes with a black coffee.