Biscotti Mintz is a hybrid of two US varieties, viz. Biscotti and the highly-regarded Mintz phenotype. Biscotti Mintz is 80% indica and develops into a highly vibrant plant that is relatively straightforward to grow, is productive, potent, and rich-tasting. Biscotti is a 3-way cross of Gelato #25, Girl Scout Cookies, and Florida OG. Mintz is a Thin Mints phenotype.
How Biscotti Mintz Grows
Indoors, these plants grow to be 80 – 90 cm. tall and yield as much as 600 — 650 gr/m2 in just 8-9 weeks of flowering. Outdoor growing is recommended in hot or temperate climates, although greenhouse cultivation with good ventilation can further extend its range. In this latter environment, plants grow to approximately 200 cm. tall, with plants capable of producing up to 1500 gr. each. As maturity edges closer, growers are met with a highly vivid display of predominantly purple with some dark green leaf and orange pistils just about visible through a thick coat of glistening trichomes. Harvests in northern latitudes are during October.
Biscotti Mintz Taste, Smell, And Effect
Terpene production is centred on limonene, caryophyllene, and eucalyptol, providing an exceptionally alluring scent. Flavours are of Kush with notes of chocolate chip cookies, creamy mint and spice. Its effect is potent and very creative, providing focus but with a relaxing side, that is something of a creeper, relaxing the body yet maintaining energy levels.