I was excited to see a new strain cultivated by Deschutes pop up on the menu at Pacific Gold. The price seemed high at $16 per gram, but I guess that comes with the Cookie Fam Genetics hype.

Biscotti had some beautiful bag appeal. The buds were laden with large shimmering trichomes which were covered by thick burnt orange hairs. The smell was of damp earth and fruitiness soaked in a rich-oil aroma. On the exhale, the pungent oil taste cut through all the other flavors, leaving the taste lingering on my palate.

The high from Biscotti took a longer to kick in than most strains. After about ten minutes, she started slowly creeping through my body and mind. Within fifteen minutes her effects were in full swing. Biscotti provided a nice and relaxing body high without gluing me to the couch. During the first half of the high she got mildly cerebral and stimulated some mental activity without provoking anxiety or inducing paranoia. Although the strain didn’t make me foggy headed, I still wouldn’t smoke her if I had anything important to do.

I needed to smoke a little more than other strains to get the full medicinal benefits, but once the effects kicked in all my symptoms would float away. Biscotti is a strain I would keep around as a secret weapon for days of chronic illness that other strains aren’t able to cut it. The strain was useful for pain, migraines, restless fatigue, stress, depression, ADD-like symptoms, nausea, and appetite stimulation.

I have to admit, this Cookies Fam strain really nailed it. There is a reason why her genetics went on to create so many amazing strains, such as another personal favorite, Cold Snap. I did a separate write up on that strain which can be found here.

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