GSC

Hybrid

Getting Baked with Cookies

Batch ID:CF8-20200224-GSC
Packaging Date:03/03/20
% THC:26.09%
% CBD:0.05%
% Total Cannabinoids:31.17%
Certificate of Analysis: view pdf
Batch ID:CF2-20200224-GSC
Packaging Date:03/03/20
% THC:26.09%
% CBD:0.05%
% Total Cannabinoids:31.17%
Certificate of Analysis: view pdf
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GSC set the trend of developing cultivars that smell like deserts and baked goods. Bred by a group of cultivators based in San Francisco dubbed the “Cookies Fam”, GSC is a cross between OG Kush and a rare phenotype of Durban Poison. In 2010, an underground dealer named Berner launched the Cookies brand when he introduced Wiz Khalifa to GSC. Although Berner doesn’t have any tangible connection to cannabis production (Cookies primarily charges companies a fee for licensing the Cookies brand) – GSC is one of the most popular cultivars in the world. Behind GSC’s commercial success and hype lies the fact that it is one of the most appealing cultivars ever developed. Its buds are compact and dense with swollen calyxes and almost no leaf. The color of the buds is almost iridescent – alternating between dark green and purple, with burnt-pumpkin orange pistils. The heavy trichome content causes the flower to glisten in light. The aroma of GSC is also highly distinctive. It smells like oatmeal raisin cookies, only if you replaced raisins with black licorice. Although it is a favorite amongst consumers, it is one of the most difficult and tedious buds to trim.