About Bacio Gelato
As a general rule of thumb, any time you see a strain with the word “gelato” in it, you can almost always guarantee that it will be amazing. Bacio Gelato is no exception, as this bud was created by crossing two fan favorites — Sunset Sherbert and Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies. The team at Sherbinski developed this strain to be ideal for a variety of occasions depending on your tolerance.
Clocking in with an average of 27% THC, Bacio Gelato isn’t for the faint of heart. Her nugs feature shades of green and purple with an immense amount of wiry orange pistils. Purple toned trichomes give users a clue as to what they can expect, as this bud comes across with a sweet and sour berry flavor that’s highlighted by a bit of mint. Her aroma is very similar yet brings a hit of earthy goodness to balance things out.
If you’ve been around the block a few times, it’s likely that Bacio Gelato won’t hit you super hard but instead will fill you with a euphoric sense of creativity that could lend itself to a range of artistic endeavors. As you spiral higher and higher into this so-called bliss, you might find that your body wants to move in the opposite direction. Many fans of this strain have said that they experience an intense body buzz that’s both relaxing and sometimes arousing. It might be a good idea to smoke Bacio Gelato with a loved one if you can.
While she sounds like all fun and games, there’s a therapeutic side to this strain as well. Those who use Bacio Gelato for medical reasons claim that she works to banish depression and anxiety pretty easily. If you struggle with nausea or a lack of appetite, this bud could help there as well. Finally, as with most hybrid strains, this gal could be an effective option if you’re dealing with physical pain.
Sherbinski is a well-known grower in California and it’s not uncommon for home cultivators to want to emulate their strains. However, this group keeps a tight lock on their seeds and it’s highly unlikely that you’d be able to purchase any. Not much is known about their growing operation, so even if you did get your hands on Bacio Gelato seeds or clones, you’d be taking a shot in the dark when it comes to actually reaping a harvest.
Most widely found on the West Coast, Bacio Gelato is one of those strains that you can’t afford to not try. Even if you aren’t a huge gelato or sherbert fan, her unique flavor profile and wide mixture of reported effects are enough to peak just about anyone’s interest. If you’re not sure where you are when it comes to tolerance, it’s best to try this gal in the evening when you don’t have much going on. Otherwise, integrate her into your afternoon routine for an instant boost!