In our search for funky new terpene combinations, the SSSC team occasionally blend their joints with different types of weed and hash.
One of Kees’ personal favourites is a joint of organically grown Karel's Haze with a thick and juicy golden hash-sausage from Cookies & Cream in the middle.
This provides a delicious and unique flavour/terpene profile, and a stunningly powerful hit. This is the specific taste which we looked for when breeding Creamy Kees.
By crossing Karel’s Haze with Cookies & Cream we hit the nail right on the head.
When smoked, the inhale has a creamy, doughy, vanilla-like Cookies & Cream sensation. When the smoke is exhaled, the gassy lime taste of Karel’s Haze can be experienced.
This great taste is what makes Creamy Kees® such a great regular seed variety.
She has a layered taste, with 2 extremes of the taste spectrum.
Creamy Kees is a strong plant, forgiving and robust enough to withstand temperature swings.
She needs 8-9 weeks to finish her typically round, golf-ball size buds which are very dense and full of huge trichomes.
This strain is great for making extracts. Expect full hash bags when making water hash from this strain, especially the 90/120 micron bags.
This strain is highly recommended for making all types of extracts.
Be aware of the side effects, this great tasting variety will leave you craving another joint!
|Seed Bank||Super Sativa Seed Club|
|Genetics||Karel's Haze x Cookies & Cream|
|Where to Grow||Indoor / Outdoor|
|Flowering Time||8 - 9 weeks|
|Type||50 / 50|
|Height||Medium - Tall|
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