Peanut Butter Gelato Strain for sale
Peanut Butter Gelato is created by crossing a Do-Si-Do’s together with a Mendo Breath. It’s a popular crossing that was made by The Plug genetics. The crossing resulted in a tasty sweet and creamy peanut like tasting strain. Something you don’t come across every day. It’s a indica dominant cannabis strain that is great for evening use making you relax and even a little drowsy. Sleep will followup when you consume enough from this special lady.
Peanut Butter Gelato Genetics
I love it when a strain name doesn’t make you work too hard to figure out the genetics, as does Peanut Butter Gelato. This name has me guessing that the strain is a cross of Peanut Butter Breath and Gelato 45, but if you believe it to be otherwise, please leave a comment on the youtube review or IG Post. I would love to hear your thoughts.
The Aroma of Peanut Butter Gelato
The aroma of Peanut Butter Gelato is very subtle and muted. I prefer a much louder nose. I had to actually break open a bud and dig in to find some scents to describe. After breaking some buds up and throwing them back in the bag, I was able to get some musky, earthy, peanut butter notes complemented by delicate sweet floral notes.
The buds are small and dense, with not too much squish to them. Notwithstanding, they have stayed fresh for the past three months in the bag. The flower’s appearance leans more toward the PBB genetics, being a lighter green hue, with lots of orange hairs and a healthy layer of resinous trichome crystals.
The Smoking Experience
Often, the Peanut Butter Breath strain can be on the harsher side. Nonetheless, I believe that to be the nature of the strain. With that being said, I found the smoking experience of this cross to be considerably smooth.
Where can Peanut Butter Gelato be found?
I purchased my bag of Peanut Butter Gelato by the Backpack Boyz and 5 Points from their dispensary in Los Angeles. Nevertheless, you can find Backpack Boyz flowers all over nowadays in dispensaries in both SoCal and NorCal and from street vendors in New York.