The selection of Barbara Bud was identified from a sizeable pheno hunt, the same hunt that led to the Barbara Bud phenotype they used to breed for the Fruitjoy cross, but the pheno #18 is significantly more Sativa dominant than the pheno used in the Fruitjoy. Grateful Seeds kept this cut of the Barbara Bud close by because they noted her distinctive overly sweet verging on chemical peach-like artificial terps that smell like they would be better suited in a bag of sweets rather than in a cannabis plant. The exotic fruity candy flavour profile translates perfectly to solventless extraction methods with an impressive hash washing return of around 4-5%.
Grateful Seeds picked the Key Lime Pie Clone to cross with the Barbara Bud #18, which has improved the progeny's overall density and also improves the internodal distance of the resulting progeny. The resulting phenotypes express massive yields with much denser buds than the mother used. Typically the terp profiles found in most phenotypes are heavy on the candy peach flavour profile with a nice twist of sweet lime notes.