The Biscotti strain is a Cookies classic that crosses Gelato #25 and South Florida OG, aka Triangle Kush. Biscotti was one of the most popularized strains between 2015 and 2020 thanks to numerous music artists bringing attention to the strain via their lyrics and music videos (we see you Migos). The flavor profile is gassy, piney, and sweet with potency that typically leaves users feeling a heavy head high, body high, and lethargic.
Cookies Fam have had their fingerprints on many of the best strains on the shelves today, Biscotti included.
You may not even realize how many different strains come from Cookies Fam genetics and their flagship GSC strain. The GSC cultivar is an F1 strain crossed Durban Poison and OG Kush, and many products on the market today feature these legendary cuts.
The Cookies genetics have been getting a lot of attention in the cannabis industry for their big collaborations and national expansions into states like Washington, Oregon, Florida, Nevada, and even overseas too. Cookies genetics are known to be potent indica-hybrids that have sweet aromatics and this remains true for the Biscotti strain.
Gelato is a Thin Mints phenotype of GSC crossed with Sunset Sherbet, per Leafly. The #25 indicates the phenotype that was chosen for that crop. This means they selected the 25th version of the Biscotti and decided to run with that unique cut. Gelato provide Biscotti with its deep purple color, sweet taste, and a particular type of piney/gassy aromatics and flavor.
The other half of Biscotti’s excellence comes from South Florida OG Kush. Also known as Triangle Kush, this strain hails from the warm humid climates of the deep south. It’s known as a creativity stimulating indica and comes with a certain kind of funky musk that is known to leave users feeling sedated, stoned, stuck, and eventually thirsty and hungry.
If you find the Biscotti strain, expect a dark green flower with bold purple highlights, long orange hairs and a fluffy grow structure. It’s sweet and buttery aromatics 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