Genetics: The Brunch #8 (Peanut Butter Breath x Mimosa) x The Brunch #8
Genetics: The Brunch #8 (Peanut Butter Breath x Mimosa) x The Brunch #8
Filial Generation: S1
Flowering Time: 60 Days / Outdoor: late Sept – early Oct
Cannabis Type: Feminized Photoperiod
Indica/Sativa: Hybrid
Yield: Medium/High
Phenotypic Variation: Low/Average


Terpene Profile
Smells range from apple to an earthy, Peanut Butter Breath-dominant profile. Limonene, Caryophyllene, and Pinene are dominant.
It’s hard to overstate how much we collectively love the effect of the Brunch. One of our all time favorite flowers for social, daytime use. Zero anxiety, and a very happy, comfortable, creative, and social effect. In our minds, a perfect sativa, and a great appetite stimulant to boot. CBG 1%+ THC 25-30%+
Plant Morphology

The Brunch is a perfect medium-sized plant and would do great in a grow limited by ceiling height or space. It has cylindrical-shaped buds with dark purple/black foliage and calyxes, and super frosty flowers. While one phenotype has very serrated leaves compared to the other, the overall growth style and medicinal effects are very homogenous.

Notes from the Growers

The Brunch s1 is a feminized reversal of one of our keeper F1 Brunch mothers (Peanut Butter Breath by Thug Pug crossed with a Mimosa male from Symbiotic), which we called the “apple pheno” (#8) due to its pleasantly unique apple terpene profile. It is a perfect medium-sized plant with notable stability for its generation. It isn’t too bushy, it isn’t too stretchy, but it is very vigorous. Most notably, The Brunch has one of the most pleasant effects we’ve ever encountered. It is as perfect for a night in with friends (the tv show or your people) as it is for a high intensity meeting at the office. We experience no anxiety with this sativa-leaning hybrid, and find it to be social, comfortable, and easy going. It is also an incredible appetite stimulant, and it will make you want to eat a million brunches! 

The Brunch was the star of our outdoor gardens last year and finished late September in our northeastern climate. It’s definitely an equally suitable candidate for your outdoor garden as it is for your indoor boutique grow. Her bag appeal is astounding.