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Emerald Mountain Legacy presents Queen’s Candy, an indica-dominant cannabis hybrid derived from a cross of Sunset Sherbert x Royal Kush. Queen’s Candy exhibits all the characteristics you would expect from such an elite genetic pedigree.
The signature diesel fuel terps are pronounced, letting you know you’re dealing with an authentic, Northern Cali strain blessed with Mandelbrot’s golden touch. The Sherbert influence adds skunky, delicious sweet berry notes and candy into the mix.
Queen’s Candy flowers in 9-10 weeks and test cultivations conducted by Emerald Mountain Legacy in their legal California facility have shown high-yielding plants with heavy resin production and a pronounced terpene profile.
Emerald Mountain Legacy is dedicated to preserving and continuing the work of Mack Anderson, better known as Mandelbrot or Ras Truth, who is renowned for bringing diesel fuel genetics to Northern California’s Emerald Triangle. After distributing the first clones of OG Kush and Sour Diesel in Humboldt County, Mandelbrot developed his own cultivars that became so widely propagated they are now esteemed as the foundation for the Emerald Triangle’s world-famous gasoline-scented high-grade. EML’s rare and exclusive genetics continue to be popular and feature strong resin production, high yields and astonishing terpene profiles.
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