|High||euphoric, cerebral, energetic, relaxing
|Aroma||floral, musk, lavender, liquorice|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||September-October|
|Flowering time (indoor)||60 days|
>450 gr/m2; 900 gr. outdoor
Caramelo was created from two of Lavender’s finest Indica and Sativa parents boasting great genetic diversity owing to its Hawaiian, Afghan, Colombian and Mexican roots.
Caramelo is a plant with mainly Sativa characteristics. At the start it may resemble an Indica hybrid, although its Sativa heritage becomes apparent in its growth potential and size. It thrives in SCROG systems and reacts rapidly to pruning to produces a large number of secondary branches. This strain should be given enough space outdoors to enable abundant flowering. For a smaller plant, germination can be started later to limit vegetative growth.
The aroma is mainly floral with hints of musk, lavender and licorice. When the buds are crumbled the aroma becomes even more intense and predominately spicy. The taste is sweet and penetrating like walnut with skunky back notes. The effect is potent and markedly Indica, causing a rapid and euphoric initial high that becomes more relaxing after a while while retaining a pleasant level of cerebral stimulation.
- high THC
- fast flowering sativa
- genetic diversity
- broad-spectrum use