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    Which genes for nutty, pecan, walnut, hazelnut smells?

    Anything out there like that?

    EDIT: Meant this to be posted in Strains and Hybrids sorry to intrude in wrong forum :P although it is not too far off.
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    #2
    G13 hp , gypsy nirvana g13bx

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      #3
      lots have hazelnut but doesnt stay around all that strong, at least for me.

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        #4
        Originally posted by XDash View Post
        G13 hp , gypsy nirvana g13bx
        My killer queen x Chem D from Rez back in the day was incredible nutty smell. Thanks for the reminder. I wonder if mns g13 stuff has the terpene profile as well?
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          #5
          I just finished a run of Deep Chunk from KOS (Kingdom Organic Seeds). They have a bit of that going on. I was reminded a lot of late 90s Masterkush, but there is also a nutty chocolatey undertone happening in a few of them, especially after a month in the jar. 'Hazelnut' is pretty specific and I wouldn't go that far, but definitely nutty.

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            #6
            peanut butter herijuana

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              #7
              Originally posted by clearheaded View Post
              lots have hazelnut but doesnt stay around all that strong, at least for me.
              This trichome shaped chart says those are all high boiling point aromas. Also noticed caramel is up there, a lot of my bud smells like caramel popcorn after it's been vaporized but that's not a Cannabis metabolite, it has no flavor and can't be separated from the plant material,while bud that smells like caramel before being consumed generally tastes like caramel while being consumed.

              https://miro.medium.com/max/1358/0*5AEPu-ENdKi-YNk1..


              Only nutty weed I ever smelled (going back to the age of 6 where I first became intrigued by Cannabis) reminded me of a Chinese restaurant, wonder what that is? Maybe it has more to do with the way its grown, lots of bud in AZ had identical oak leaf mold/rotting peanut shell smells and I know it was not the strains natural smell because it was all strains I had known for years and many I was growing at the time. The only clues I have is that on one occasion I bought a sack of Ghost OG from a delivery service, and instead of the typical OG w lime meringue residual, the small buds had a pleasing peanut butter hash flavor yet as the buds got bigger the flavor transformed into that rotten acorn smell, more unbearable with diminishing effect as size increased, indicating (to me) mold/rot and/or mold/rot treatment. Same thing with a Starkiller picked up from an AZ dispensary, pleasant familiar lemony peanut butter flavor, so I went back for more and the jar had been refilled, I asked for bigger buds and would you believe it, the bigger buds all tasted like disgusting decayed peanut shells, the smell even the feel it left on your hands made you instinctively want to wash up with bleach. Lots of things being attributed to genes that have nothing to do with genes, obviously. You couldn't get a Kush or Sour in AZ that didn't smell like peanuts or acorns in varying degrees of decay.

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                #8
                Originally posted by burmese View Post
                peanut butter herijuana
                I think this is one of the coolest suggestions I have had in a long time.
                Below is a link to all of my grow reviews...there are a bunch so get off the clones, dive in, and find some new genetics to appreciate!

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                  #9
                  Had some Peanut Butter Breath recently

                  It really did have a nutty sesquiterpene scent, think it came from a 10 pack.

                  Worth checking out...
                  More Agriculture
                  Less Agro-Culture

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by MindEater View Post
                    This trichome shaped chart says those are all high boiling point aromas. Also noticed caramel is up there, a lot of my bud smells like caramel popcorn after it's been vaporized but that's not a Cannabis metabolite, it has no flavor and can't be separated from the plant material,while bud that smells like caramel before being consumed generally tastes like caramel while being consumed.

                    https://miro.medium.com/max/1358/0*5AEPu-ENdKi-YNk1..


                    Only nutty weed I ever smelled (going back to the age of 6 where I first became intrigued by Cannabis) reminded me of a Chinese restaurant, wonder what that is? Maybe it has more to do with the way its grown, lots of bud in AZ had identical oak leaf mold/rotting peanut shell smells and I know it was not the strains natural smell because it was all strains I had known for years and many I was growing at the time. The only clues I have is that on one occasion I bought a sack of Ghost OG from a delivery service, and instead of the typical OG w lime meringue residual, the small buds had a pleasing peanut butter hash flavor yet as the buds got bigger the flavor transformed into that rotten acorn smell, more unbearable with diminishing effect as size increased, indicating (to me) mold/rot and/or mold/rot treatment. Same thing with a Starkiller picked up from an AZ dispensary, pleasant familiar lemony peanut butter flavor, so I went back for more and the jar had been refilled, I asked for bigger buds and would you believe it, the bigger buds all tasted like disgusting decayed peanut shells, the smell even the feel it left on your hands made you instinctively want to wash up with bleach. Lots of things being attributed to genes that have nothing to do with genes, obviously. You couldn't get a Kush or Sour in AZ that didn't smell like peanuts or acorns in varying degrees of decay.
                    If you have never had anything with G-13 in it you really need to. Fuckin incredible hazelnut taste and smell. I don't know why it skipped my brain other than I mostly had it in crosses that it was buried in but yet still shown through in flavor and smell.

                    So we have peanut and hazelnut so far. Killer Queen is amazing hazelnut red fruit. Lets see if we can build the list.
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                      #11
                      When I ran some Herijuana, it did have a hazelnut/ice cream/hash type flavor.
                      dig for fire

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                        #12
                        I had a Dinafem cheese with peanut smell wich was very pronounced. Did make a lot of seeds with it but it has been 8 years ago and peanut isn't my favourite smell so they still haven't been grown...

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                          #13
                          A lot of hazelnut smells in DjShorts genes, even Blueberry indica had several phenos and ofcourse Cocoa Kush is heavy on the nutty smell, just not very loud terps for that one
                          "I believe a leaf of grass is no less than the journey-work of the stars" Walt Whitman

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                            #14
                            Lucky 13 have the peanut butter Herijuana and peanut butter with Cookies and OG crosses.

                            Had a Jack Herer that was walnut, almond and pistachio, with black pepper and musky vanilla.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Wild Seed View Post
                              Had a Jack Herer that was walnut, almond and pistachio, with black pepper and musky vanilla.
                              Okay now I find that extremely interesting. I hate the black pepper in some jack phenos but walnut/almond sounds awesome and maybe the vanilla would temper the pepper? Do you know whose jack herer line?
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