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About this Hybrid Strain
The Indica dominant strain, Garlotti, is bred by crossing two popular strains, Chem D and Gelato, which is then crossed with the flavorful strain, Grape Mac. Fans of Garlotti say they enjoy its relaxing and mellow high that won't leave you stuck on the couch. As the mental stressors start to fade away, the mind tends to stay clear, as a light body buzz washes over the the user, leaving them calm and free of pain, according to those who have tried it.
The buds of Garlotti produce a uniquely sweet and garlicky aroma that has a slight hint of grapes on its undertone. Its flavor is earthy and smooth, with a fruity essence and sweet hash that lingers on the palate. When properly cultivated and cured, Garlotti's buds are olive green, with purple hues, and coated in a thick layer of trichomes and amber pistils.
Flowering time for Garlotti is about 65-70 days. It's known to produce high yields with proper cultivation methods. The dominant terpenes found in Garlotti are Limonene, Beta-Caryophyllene, and Myrcene.
Frequently Asked Questions About Garlotti
- What is Garlotti?
Garlotti is an Indica dominant strain known for its calming effects and unique aroma and flavor.
- Where does Garlotti come from?
The Garlotti strain is a three-way cross between Chem D, Gelato, and Grape MAC.
- What does Garlotti smell like?
The aroma of Garlotti is unique and sweet, having undertones of garlic, grapes, and musk.
- What does Garlotti taste like?
Garlotti's flavor is smooth and earthy, with an overtone of sweet hash and fruit.
- What color does Garlotti have?
The buds of Garlotti are olive green in color with purple hues and amber pistils.
- What effects does Garlotti have?
Reviewers have reported Garlotti's to be a relaxing and calming experience.
- Is Garlotti an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Garlotti is an Indica leaning hybrid cannabis strain.