About Baker StreetBStIndica
Bakerstreet was developed by Canadian breeders Tweed and is derived from landrace Hindu Kush genetics. It offers a unique and rich aroma and enduring sedative effects.
🇨🇦 Canadian Bred, 🇮🇳 Indian Genetics
It may share its name with famed fictional detective Sherlock Holmes’ residence in London, but there’s no mystery about what makes this potent bud so popular. A pure indica, Bakerstreet was developed by Canadian breeders Tweed and is derived from landrace Hindu Kush genetics. It offers a unique and rich aroma and enduring sedative effects. Bakerstreet has been found to have consistently high levels of THC at between 16% and 28%.
Bakerstreet sets itself apart from the outset with solid, well-formed flowers. These buds have a decidedly compact indica structure and adhere in a remarkably rounded, almost spherical formation. The leaves are a deep, mossy green and are twisted through with orange and brown pistils. Translucent, icy-looking trichomes coat these already eye-catching flowers, making them glisten and giving them a very sticky texture.
When properly cured, Bakerstreet’s flowers carry a simultaneously sweet and sour scent, somewhat like gasoline or fermented vegetable matter. On closer inspection, there’s also a pungent tang of cheese. Grinding up these nuggets releases hash, incense-like notes often associated with this strain’s Hindu Kush ancestry. When combusted, Bakerstreet burns with a harsh vapour that can sting the sinuses and palate with its acrid aroma. Tastes sweet with slightly astringent diesel fumes on the exhale.
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