Chocolate Thai

Chocolate Thai

4.2| 76 Reviews

What is Chocolate Thai?

A legendary landrace strain from Thailand, Chocolate Thai first made an appearance in the U.S. sometime in the 1960s as “Thai sticks,” spindly flowers tied to a bamboo stick that were renowned for their potent high. Old school heads remember these buds as slender and airy, medium-to-dark brown in color, and possessing a unique chocolate-coffee aroma. Due to the fact that it was a long-flowering, low-yielding sativa strain that always produced male flowers and seeds and was incredibly difficult to clone and grow, it is most likely that Chocolate Thai no longer exists in its original form. There are several seed lines sold under the name, but these have either been crossbred to provide some stabilizing traits or are of unknown provenance.     

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Chocolate Thai Effects and Attributes

Uplifted
Focused
Energetic
Happy
Creative
Stress
Pain
Depression
Headaches
Fatigue
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Paranoid
Anxious
Headache

Chocolate Thai Genetics and Grow Info

All values are averages.
DIFFICULTY
Easy
Moderate
Difficult
FLOWERING
7 - 9 wks
10 - 12 wks
> 12 wks
Parents of Chocolate Thai

Chocolate Thai Flavors

  • 1. Spicy/Herbal
  • 2. Coffee
  • 3. Woody

Review Highlights

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Most Helpful

“I'm used to really heavy head or body highs. However, this strain had a very functional high. Its a light uplifting high. I found best results but smoking as a blunt or out of a bog. No harshness. Smells like dark chocolate. Leafy and very slightly sticky. Great for during the day use.”

Most Recent

“If what I have is indeed an authentic strain, then it lives up to the hype. I've heard about this strain in many songs of the early 90's and I've only been able to get my hands on it a couple days ago. This stuff rocks. Boosts your mood and keeps you feeling alive. I'm very happy with this strain and would recommend it to anyone looking for real wake n bake that helps focus through out the day. Good stuff!!!”

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