The Amsterdam coffee shop favorite, Dutch Treat, is an indica-dominant cannabis strain that smells and tastes both fruity and piney, with some claiming the undertones of eucalyptus trees or cinnamon spices depending on crop.
When ready for harvest, its buds are dense and sticky with trichomes.
Its THC content average at 16% and don’t get much higher – perhaps only around 18%. Dutch Treat’shigh is best for evening and night time use, often creating a rush of cerebral activity that lifts theconsumers’ mood but sedating the body. It will cause laziness or tiredness, but won’t exactly create acouch-lock unless more is consumed than recommended. Though indica-dominant, this strain is stillgreat for eliminating negative thoughts and uplifting mood. Some have reported an increase increativity.
Expect cotton-mouth when consuming this strain. Dizziness can occur once the high wears off if toomuch has been consumed in one sitting.
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The parents of Dutch Treat are a true mystery. Some believe it may have been originally bred by the
breeder Jordan of the Islands.