Genotype: Mostly Indica
Cross: Blue Black x Maple Leaf Indica x White Rhino
Indoor flowering period: 8 weeks
Outdoor harvest time: End of September
Indoor yield: 500-600 g/m2
Outdoor yield: 550-700 g/plant
Height: Medium - Tall
Caramelino is an amazing mostly indica strain, that is available as feminized photoperiod or feminized autoflowering seed. This version is feminized photoperiod, meaning you have to change the lighting time, to get the plant into flowering phase. Because it is feminized seed, there is no fear for male plants, since there is 99.99 % of a chance it will develop as female plant.
It is a complicated mixture of many well-known strains. Its ancestors are Afghani indica, White Widow, that is a hybrid between Brazil sativa and Indian Indian indica. Later on, it was mixed with White Rhino, that is a indica and sativa hybrid, Maple Leaf Indica, brought from Afghanistan and Blue Black. Blue black is a legendary, historical, but sadly unknown strain of unknown variety. Some might say Caramelino is a cocktail of the best indicas: Blue Black x Maple Leaf Indica x White Rhino.
Caramelino can be grown indoors or outdoors. Indoors, the flowering period ends after 8 weeks, and produces around 500 to 600 grams per square meter. Outdoors, the flowering period ends in the end of September and produces up to 700 grams per plant. It can reach medium to tall in heights, but it all depends on how much space the plant is given.
Caramelino is known for its fruity, chocolate, berry and caramel taste. The aroma is sweet but it can also have a hint of diesel. The buds are of darker colour and covered in resin crystals. They can contain around 17 % of T and a medium amount of C. The effects are usual for indica. You can expect being relaxed, tired, hungry, euphoric feeling and dry eyes.