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Jealousy (Gelato41 x Sherb bx1) from Cookies and The Mintz bred by Seed Junky Genetics. Jealousy buds have a dark purple hue and a frosty shine.
The flavors of Gelato and Sherbet are a perfect marriage of gassy, funky, and sweet. You can share, or you can make your friends jealous!
Jealousy from Minntz / Qanabliss via Evergreen Santa Ana on 5/7/2020 (Shoutout to Matt at Evergreen for the assist!).
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THC tested out to 29.4% THC. With a discount, I got this for about $60 out the door, it typically goes for $65ish pre-tax.
I was not impressed with The Soap from Minntz but I’d heard a lot of good things about Jealousy so when I saw it was in stock at Evergreen here in Santa Ana I decided to give it another shot.
Description – Jealousy minntz cookies weed
Seed Junky Genetics created Jealousy as a combination of Cookies’ Gelato 41 and a Sherbet backcross.
The top reported aromas of the Jealousy strain are sweet cream and candy. It is said to taste like creamy candy and gelato.
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The nose out of the bag is a grungy sweet fruit coupled with a strong fresh element and a hint of vanilla that hits me like how I’d imagine a Hi-Chew version of Cherimoya flavor smells. On busting open a nug, the sweet fruit shifts with the introduction of a pastry dough, resulting in more of an apple pie sprinkled with rock sugar vibe and just a hint of mint in the background. It breaks down easily by hand and leaves a sticky sweet minty film on the fingertips.
Cookies began with two visionary founders: grow expert Jai, and entrepreneur Berner, whose Girl Scout Cookies (GSC) remains one of the most sought-after cannabis strains in the world. From the earliest days in a San Francisco garage to global growth, our goal has remained the same: authenticity and innovative genetics.
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Jealousy is a balanced hybrid that produces medium-sized plants with colorful green, red, and yellow hues. The strain’s aromas may require some odor-control measures to keep gardens discreet. Jealousy flowers in 60 to 70 days indoors and early October outside.
Jealousy is available as seeds only. Clones may be available directly from cultivators growing this strain.
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