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The common practice of splitting a bill after a date isn’t nearly as fun as the cannabis strain of the same name. Dutch Treat (Dutch Crunch) is an Indica-heavy hybrid originally grown in the Pacific Northwest but is now very popular in Amsterdam.
With a minimum CBD of around 1% and THC of 15-30%, this potent strain offers some physical benefits in addition to its psychoactivity. A good choice for late-night socializing or introspection, Dutch Treat’s potency earned her third place for Best Sativa at the 2012 Southern California Cannabis Cup.
There needs to be a clear provenance of the ditch treat lineage. However, many sources point to Jordan of the Islands, an experienced breeder on Vancouver Island, as the point of origin. Jordan of the Islands grows several staple strains and innovative crosses sold in dispensaries throughout the Vancouver area.
Popular staple strains Northern Lights (another intense indica with an earthy flavor profile) and Haze (a bold sativa with equally wispy buds) have been suggested as parents of Dutch trea. Still, we can’t know how it works without advanced genetic testing—Dutch Treat. The gift came.
Despite her mysterious genetics, The Dutch Treat has a distinct “bag appeal” that has made her attractive to innovative crosses. One phenotype of the strain, Dutch treat strain #5, has been used to create other popular strains:
- Combined with a Hawaiian sativa landrace, it produces High Definition.
- Combined with Super Silver Haze, it has produced Dutch Treat Haze.
- When it crosses with Electric Haze, it gives us Electric Treat.
Why do they call it Dutch delight?
The term comes from the etiquette in restaurants in the Western world, where each person pays for their meal. It is also called Dutch date, Dutch candy (older form, a pejorative), and Dutch making. A derivative is “shared Dutch,” which has joint ownership of luxury items.
How do you say Dutch gift on an invitation?
When you call people to invite them, say, “We’re meeting next Saturday at such and such a restaurant. It’s a little Dutch gathering for Mom’s birthday.” Just make it very clear that you are not the host.
Is it Dutch pay or Dutch deal?
Going Dutch, or Dutch gifting, is the idea that each person in a group of friends pays for their food or admission to any excursion they take. It’s another way of saying, “Split the bill!” Fun fact: You should always capitalize the Dutch treats strain word when using this phrase!