Sweet Tai is the result of a crossbreeding program between Super Tai and Early Skunk. This breeding produces a heavily spiced and exotic Thai-influenced marijuana. Those looking for a strain with an exotic taste, don’t look any further. This lady has won no less than 7 prizes and we can only assume that this is really a superstar.
Growing and characteristics of Sweet Tai
The structure of this plant is quite compact, but this makes it ideal for growing indoors, especially when you don’t have much room. They will create an impressive number of side branches, very typical of the Thai strains. If you are a novice grower, then this strain is not really the best choice because this lady asks for some experience in growing cannabis. People who are familiar with growing weed, can handle this strain and will also be very satisfied with the result.
Bloom and harvesting of Sweet Tai
If you compare this lady with other strains, you cannot say that she is mega productive, but you cannot call it a disappointment either. When growing indoors, you can count on 350 to 450 gr/m² of thick fat buds that are completely covered in resin. Outdoors, the plants will grow a bit taller and the harvest will also be better. After the flowering cycle of about 9 weeks you can harvest up to 500 gr/plant, if grown under the best conditions.
Taste of Sweet Tai
If you like Asian cuisine, you will certainly like this variety in terms of flavors and aromas. The exotic flavors of Sweet Tai are especially spicy with a hint of Skunk and peppermint. Some users also clearly taste a BBQ flavor, but opinions are divided on this one. Still a super tasty strain if your taste buds are accessible to this.
Effects of smoking Sweet Tai
With 70% sativa and 30% indica genetics, Sweet Tai delivers an active cerebral high. She takes you to discover the Universe and to see and experience everything you see and hear in a relaxed way. She will give you insights about things that are on your mind while you can continue with what you are doing in a calm way.