Biscotti Mintz was the fourth variety The Doc grew when he did a run with Barney’s Farm West Coast strains only. About its parents, Biscotti and Mintz, Barney’s says they’re “two of the USA’s premium and most elusive strains.”
Cannabis strains offering such a flavour are in popular demand. Not only because they are smelling and tasting so delicious, but also because their high limonene terpene content contributes to an exhilarating, occasionally even prickling and euphoric way of effect.
A US strain highly popular in pot shops, on its wave of success Skywalker OG swarn to Europe. Directly into the hands of Barney’s Farm in the Netherlands, amongst others. Barney’s decided not to simply reproduce Skywalker OG 1:1, but equip it with an automatic blooming gear box, thus developing it further into an autoflowing variety.
Mimosa Evo was the first-ever Barney’s Farm strain of Mr. Knolle’s gardening career. Having emerged as one breathtaking spectacle, he naturally was keen to experience more strain adventures based on the work of this heavily popular Dutch seed company.
The Doc envisaged another potential Cali strain highlight when a bag of Blue Sunset Sherbert from Barney’s Farm arrived at his test station.
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