Do–Si–Dos is an indica-dominant hybrid with qualities similar to its parent, OGKB, a GSC-phenotype. With glittering trichomes, bright pistils, and lime green and lavender leaves, this strain is a feast for eyes. Its aroma is pungent, sweet, and earthy with slight floral funkiness.
Do-Si-Dos-is an indica-dominant hybrid .Add this year’s Girl Scout cookies season to a long list of blown opportunities for me. I walked by more than a dozens stands of Thin Mints, Tagalongs and Do-si-dos outside of grocery stores, breweries and even pot shops, but I kept abstaining, confident there would be another time to buy. Alas, now that time is gone, and my freezer never saw one box of Thin Mints.
Do-Si-Dos-is an indica-dominant hybrid .Luckily for me, Denver’s dispensary scene is still providing chances to purchase Do-Si-Dos, but this version is getting stuffed into pipe bowls, not dipped in glasses of milk. An obvious child of the Girl Scout Cookies strain, Do-Si-Dos is a cross between the popular hybrid and Face Off OG, an indica-heavy OG Kush phenotype. With the OG backcross (Girl Scout Cookies is bred with OG Kush and Durban Poison), it’s fair to expect heavy flavors of pine, soil and funk with dolloped calyxes — and that’s just what you’ll get. But the entrancing violet color and hefty trichome production give this cookie a taste of its own.
Do-Si-Dos-is an indica-dominant hybrid .With such a heavy coat of resin glands and THC levels approaching 30 percent, I’m surprised this strain wasn’t named after Savannah Smiles, which are covered with powdered sugar and taste way better than boring oatmeal cookies with semi-bland peanut butter. But even if the name doesn’t quite match, Do-Si-Dos has soared in popularity since it was created by breeder Archive Seed Bank in 2016, gaining a reputation in Portland before slithering down the coast and into Colorado.
Do-Si-Dos-is an indica-dominant hybrid
Flavor: Expect an OG-heavy flavor, with tastes of Kush, soil and a little sweet citrus up front. Pine and subtle, tart notes of rubber can creep in on the side of the tongue afterward