As previously mentioned, the Gelatti strain was created when Gelato was crossed with Biscotti.
The effects are known to be relaxing as it delivers quite a punch with dense, kushy buds that come with big oily trichomes. Large and dense buds combined with a frosting coating of trichomes is one of Gelatti’s signature trademarks. Made more interesting by it’s spicy aroma profile with hints of hops and earthy undertones.
But the real question is how does Gelatti from MSIKU smoke?
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived from MSIKU in a strandard black plastic container with resealable security lid. We were quite intrigued with this strain given their lineage to both the Gelato and Biscotti strains. As soon as the top was off we instantly noticed a strong aroma of sweet hops mixed with diesel gas and just a few drops of lemon. The hops dominate the aroma profile followed closely by diesel. The smell was very close to what you would expect based off the description.
These buds are full of colour despite being very dry and flaky. There are clear clusters of stringy but spongy nuggets thoroughly wrapped up by fiery orange hairs. There is also a light dusting of trichomes with add a nice sparkle. Appearance wise the product looks okay.
Gelatti in this case was quite good with a strong flavour profile. Though mostly focused on a sweet tasty hoppy flavour it does finish on a slightly diesel note. We were pretty satisfied how the flavour and smell were both a good match to how Gelatti strains normally taste.
This is one we recommend you try yourself. Gelatti from MSIKU delivers a mental high that is mild allowing one to maintain concentration without issue. Combine that with the strong relaxing body buzz and overall this product makes a great all around smoke. However the price is a bit above average so that’s one thing to consider… overall we preferred MSIKU’s Apex strain over this one.