The strain has a mysterious history, adding mystique to the mix. We know Mad Scientist Genetics bred it out of Bakersfield, California. Also, we know there was a wedding at some point; however, we don’t know between who and how. Some claim Dream Cookie wedded Cheese Cake, while others say Wedding Cake shacked up with Gelato 33. The unsettled genetics reveal a 75/25 Indica/Sativa mix and incredible flavours that have to come from something with dessert-like, nutty vanilla heredity. We’re just not confident in which direction.
Appearance & Aroma
Ice Cream Cake develops into its nutty vanilla scent with a colourful bouquet. The buds are different shades of green and purple, embellished with rusty hairs and frosty crystals. The primary terpenes are Limonene and Caryophyllene, with some Myrcene giving Ice Cream Cake a citrusy overtone, with an almost orange scent mixed with cinnamon. The truly nosy cannabis connoisseurs will also be able to sniff out lavender.
Either way, Ice Cream Cake begins with a flavour like cream cheese and vanilla, easing into a nutty exhale that continues to drift towards citrus and herbs. Its effects are sharp owing to mid-20s THC levels. Ice Cream Cake gives users a cerebral push, a lift in the mind that promotes happiness, ease, and positivity.
Effects & Benefits
If you’re a Type A personality, running around doing work, managing your life, Ice Cream Cake could be a remedy for yourself. Your competing thoughts will be gone, calm as a sea of melted ice cream for you to float bodily away into who-knows-where. It will leave you stuck to your couch, tantalizing you with sedation. The enticing flavours may jumpstart a stubborn appetite, too, making it excellent for people who suffer from appetite loss or nausea. These effects are what make Ice Cream Cake perfect for healing pain and depression, as well as insomnia.
We don’t know the exact history of this great bud. But we do know where it’s going! Ice Cream Cake may be a great evening partner for heavy workers and more complex thinkers, beginning as a mental rush of energy and drifting into unfocused bodily feelings that lead to sleep.