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The flower time is 8 weeks making it commercially viable, grows great indoors or for a quick finish outdoors and because the original LA structure is small it stops the stretch from the Chocolope so there is no need to pinch or top. LA Chocolat is a good strain to relieve pain and also great appetite stimulator for cancer and chemotherapy patients. Chocolope X LA Confidential 60% Indica / 40% Sativa Flowering Time: 8-9 weeks Yield 400-500 g/m2. There are few flavors more appreciated and widely loved than the smooth, creamy taste of chocolate. Most of the time, when it comes to making flavored weed strains, the taste tends to be pretty artificial or medicinal.

With the LA Chocolat strain, however, this is not the case. With a diverse and potent growing history and a massive pack of flavor, the LA Chocolat strain is the perfect go-to strain for intense, chocolatey flavor and a great high alongside. Let’s take a look at this sophisticated strain and determine both its intense effects and its distinctive taste. The LA Chocolat strain of weed is the product of classic breeders DNA Genetics, working to produce potent hybrids with just a touch of signature indica quality. As the name would so easily suggest, LA Chocolat derives its genetics from a cross of LA Confidential, an infamous west coast strain, and the chocolate sativa, Chocolope. The intriguing blend of these two strains, one a potent indica and the other a somewhat milder sativa, results in a uniquely balanced strain with all kinds of pleasant effects. While the taste is obviously incredible, it is really the effects that most people remember after trying LA Chocolat.

Once you begin smoking LA Chocolat, the effects will start to hit you almost as soon as the smoke leaves your mouth. There is an initial rush into the head, resulting in a surprising pressure intensity that might make you feel like taking a brief sit down. However, this pressure will swiftly abate, to be replaced with a rush of mental acuity and activity, leaving your brain rushing to cover all kinds of different subjects. You will likely also experience an intense feeling of altered senses, with just a touch of time dilation that leaves your mind continually racing, while still feeling like you have all the time in the world. As your mental speed and intelligence seem to increase over time, so too does your relaxation. While it first starts as a gradual breath of fresh air and looseness in the limbs, it eventually deepens into an almost cerebral calm that only gets stronger as time goes on. An important thing to note is that, while LA Chocolat does induce a potent feeling of relaxation and calm, it does not seem to cause intense sleepiness or knock you out. This makes this strain excellent for all kinds of daytime tasks. It gives you that incredible relaxation but also doesn’t knock you out, letting you still go out and about and engage with the world around you. It is also perfect for chilling out after an intense workday; your mental activity increases, but still leaves your body soothed and pleasantly calm. You could even use it as a great way to up your energy for some light-intensity exercise. All these beautiful effects are certainly appreciated, but what about its actual flavor profile? As the name would imply, the LA Chocolat marijuana strain has a considerable amount of intense chocolate in its aroma that hits you the moment you get a whiff of the strain. However, to help balance out the strong chocolate smell, there is a noticeable smell of coffee alongside it. This gives it the rich, slightly toasted aroma of freshly brewed Ethiopian coffee. It isn’t overpowering, but it is undoubtedly incredibly pleasant. There is, surprisingly, not much sweetness in the smell. Instead, it has that delightful nutty smell that is indicative of all excellent coffees. Thanks to the robust parentage of this strain, there is a detectable note of rich forest aromas, like dank earth and a few pine leaves. As you grind it open, this smell only intensifies, smelling rich, intense, and exceptionally pungent. LA Chocolat is one of those strains whose taste is remarkably similar to their aroma. There is plenty of that initial burst of the pure intensity of chocolate, followed by a good deal of really lovely coffee that leaves your mouth feeling energized. However, one way in which the flavor of this strain differs from its aroma is in the inclusion of a lot more earthiness. Though the smoke is exceptionally smooth, it has a rigorous intensity of earthy spiciness that almost leaves you wanting to cough, despite not needing to. The taste may be remarkably similar to the smell, but it is also a fundamentally different experience.

LA Chocolat buds are pretty regularly sized, if a little bit larger than the average.

However, they have a very distinctive appearance, with extremely pointed tips that make them almost look like an arrow pointing upwards. The leaves and pistils are extremely tightly bunched, with a beautiful green coloration that looks like a fresh plantation of some delicious fruit. There is plenty of trichomes coating the bud, so much so that you might accidentally find them no matter how many times you might try to dust them off. In fact, they make it a bit difficult to try and break LA Chocolat up with a grinder due to their sheer frequency.


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