Biscotti Strain Review

Every day, new cannabis strains are being developed. Some of them are solid combos of other strains. Other varieties, however, are ground-breaking, delicious, and potent options that their breeders are proud to claim. The Biscotti strain is definitely the second kind.

Sativa/Indica % Indoor Yield Outdoor Yield Flowering Period
20% / 80% 10 ounces per square meter 10-12 ounces per plant 8 – 9 weeks indoors, mid to late October outdoors.

This Cookies Farm strain is a delicious cross of Gelato #25, Girl Scout Cookies, and Gorilla Glue #4. Many love its delicious cookie-like flavor, but the high THC levels, which average around 25% are nice as well.  Even with its potency, the effects aren’t overwhelming. Biscotti is an 80/20 indica dominant hybrid; much of the high is experienced in the body combined with a calming feeling of bliss.

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Information about Biscotti:

ORIGIN Gelato #25, Girl Scout Cookies, and Gorilla Glue #4
EFFECTS relaxing, calming
ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE) dry eyes and cottonmouth, anxiety
FRAGRANCE nutty, earthy, sweet, cookie undertone
FLAVORS sweet, nutty, spicy
MEDICAL stress, aches, pain, depression, PTSD
CBD % Unknown
INDICA / SATIVA % 80% / 20%
INDOOR YIELD 10 ounces per square meter
OUTDOOR YIELD 10-12 ounces per plant
CLIMATE Warm climate


Biscotti Strain Effects

wastes no time. The high starts to build almost from the first taste. The head
high begins with a feeling of bliss that blooms quickly. Stress and focus both
dissipate soon after, with giggly distraction in their place. Users appreciate
Biscotti for how effective it is at calming and fuzzing out the world.

The body high follows quickly. It tends to start at the top of the head and gently expand to fill the whole body. Joints become loose, muscles soften, and movement is free and easy. Between the complete and total relaxation of the body buzz and the unfocused bliss of the head high, users remain deep in their couches for the duration of the buzz. This makes the Biscotti weed strain a perfect choice for weekend or evening use.


Biscotti Strain Fragrance

Like its
parent strains, Biscotti smells nutty, earthy, and sweet, with an intense
cookie undertone. When smoking Biscotti, there’s just a hint of herbs on the


The name
Biscotti is fitting when it comes to the taste. Expect a sweet, nutty, spicy
flavor that tastes just like your favorite baked good.

Adverse reactions

Like many high-THC strains, Biscotti most frequently leaves users with dry eyes and cottonmouth. Because of how pleasant it is to smoke the strain, some users may overindulge. Should this happen, the most commonly reported symptom is anxiety. This can be minimized by pacing consumption and understanding exactly how potent Biscotti truly is.


Biscotti was definitely developed for recreational use. However, medical marijuana users have plenty to love about its benefits. While Biscotti may leave you in love with your couch, it also does an excellent job of lifting moods and relieving stress. It doesn’t take much of this strain to soothe inflammation and melt away, aches and pain.

feeling of bliss that makes up the head high helps sufferers of even intense
depression or PTSD stabilize their mood in a positive direction for a while.
The intensity of the high in particular allows it to help with symptoms that
might not respond as well to lower amounts. Despair or hopelessness fades into
calm, open euphoria for the duration of the high.

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with anxiety or OCD can find relief in the unfocused nature of Biscotti’s high.
Instead of focusing on their anxious or repetitive thoughts, it allows users to
relax into an unworried state. This can also help people managing chronic
stress to unwind from their daily life.

physical ailments also meet their match in this strain. The body high is one of
the most relaxing on the market. Arthritis pain, cancer pain, or even
fibromyalgia pain can be mitigated through the use of Biscotti. The body high
eases these symptoms, while the head high makes ignoring any minor remaining
pain easy. Since it’s a long-lasting high, users can toke once and know that
they’re in for a pain-free evening.

with chronic insomnia also find Biscotti helpful. The deep relaxation and
mental vacation provided by the strain are almost as refreshing as a night’s
sleep. As the buzz finally winds down, though, users find sleep comes easily
anyway. Waking up after a night spent with Biscotti is usually pleasant and


Growing the Biscotti Strain

Because Biscotti is such a new strain, not many people have much experience with growing it. Early reports sound like it’s a standard indica-dominant grow. It’s a bushy plant that’s about average in size, so look for plants to reach around four feet high inside.

Bushy plants don’t need as much training as taller, slimmer strains. However, low-stress training can help you develop an even canopy and cultivate more bud sites. Tying down the top branches so that other stems can get some light will help even out your harvest. Growers find that Biscotti is a perfect candidate for Screen of Green growing because of its bushy nature. If you do like high-stress training techniques, Biscotti appears to be hardy enough to handle moderate topping or fimming.

One thing
to look out for with bushier strains is a lack of airflow through the plant.
When plants develop a lot of dense foliage, the interior of the bush becomes a
prime spot for problems like powdery mildew, mold, or pests to thrive.
Carefully pruning or lollipopping the plants can help prevent Biscotti from
falling victim to disease or bugs.

Flowering Time


If you’re growing your Biscotti plants inside, you should expect your harvest to take 8-9 weeks. Harvesting your indoor plants usually yields about 10 ounces of bud per square meter.


In the northern hemisphere, Biscotti strain plants grown outside should be ready to harvest around mid- to late October. This strain is, therefore, better suited to warmer climates where it won’t freeze before it’s ready to smoke. Look for 10-12 ounces of dank bud per plant when grown outside.


  1. Gorilla Glue #4
  2. Girl Scout Cookies
  3. Gelato #25

FAQ About Biscotti Strain

What is the Biscotti strain yield?

Biscotti yields 10 ounces per square meter indoors and 10-12 ounces per plant outdoors.

How much THC does Biscotti have?

Around 20% THC.

What are the origins of the Biscotti strain?

Biscotti was created from a cross between Gorilla Glue #4, Girl Scout Cookies and Gelato #25.

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