Guava Cake is one of the latest strains from one of our newest seed banks, Grateful Seeds, she’s a special cultivar that will tick the boxes for all lovers of sour, gassy strains and terp profiles.
The Guava IX is a cross of the Guava cut of Star Dawg crossed back to Star Dawg that The Bimo’s Way found a special & unique pheno of that they kept safe as a cut. The Bimo’s Way specialises in high-quality solventless extraction and so it’s likely the special cut he kept in his stables had excellent water hash qualities. Grateful Seeds have crossed this with the infamous Key Lime Pie clone gifted to the Grateful Seeds from La Kalada.
The Guava IX mother dominates the terp profile with her outstanding sour and chem notes; meanwhile, the Key Lime Pie father is a clone-only variety that adds significant bud density and a sweet but tart baked lime pie aftertaste. This combination of flavours leads to a tropical fruit and fuel terp profile that is as exotic as it is gassy.
Guava Cake has quickly made waves in the Barcelona cannabis and hash community for her potency and resin production, which is expected when the keeper parents used came from experts in the Solventless extract industry.
The Guava Cake grows tall and vigorous whilst stacking significant weight, leading to a huge yield, the resin yield for extraction is also massive with it dripping with greasy high quality gaseous trichome heads. In just 60-65 days you can expect huge chem production
The Grateful Seeds family is a small-batch Barcelona based team with a great love for the cannabis culture. They have a long experience rooted in working across the globe in the USA, Mexico, Switzerland, Spain and Morocco that led them to develop their own techniques to express their love for breeding.
Their mission statement focuses on great resin production for flower and hash making and creating exclusive, exotic terpene profiles. They are constantly exploring new ways of combining these two factors to offer new varieties to the community. Grateful Seeds is a project born in 2015 in Barcelona after years of selecting and testing where they’ve networked to find some of the best keeper phenos in the game to maintain in their library for future development.