what kind of conditions did you have? Im asking because i got these a while back thinking theyd be good for outdoor, but didnt end up taking the plunge and instead ran the matty cakes, gasolime, vintage bb, and gst skunk. Plan to double back sooner or later. Really large dense "indica" colas tend to harbor hidden mold where im at due to the constant humidity fluctuations and morning dew, the major factor depending on the plants fungal resistance it seems.Smoke report on AK4Way. Sun grown in pots in used soil with a dash of Dr. Earth Flowergirl and water. Also did three or so foliar applications of neem emulsified in Dr Bronners Peppermint to fight leaf fungus (it's everywhere not just the garden) pre flower. Which worked like a charm until I couldn't do it anymore, no residual smell btw.
Slow dried on stems for two weeks at 70/70 +/- 5 for each and about four days in the jar so far.
Sort of sweet smelling all the way through flower other than a little hay-ish off gassing during the dry. Not exactly fruit or baked goods but maybe a more like a fruit danish kinda thing. The really nice thing is that taste follows through to the smoke as well. I'm not really in a sweet smelling cannabis mode right now but I find this really pleasant to smoke. It has a nice lingering taste after exhale and makes me want to smoke more just for the pleasure of smoking.
It's a bit of a creeper takes me maybe 20 mins to feel the full effect. Super relaxing and full body. I think this is the kinda thing that people who get really sleepy smoking would describe it as such but I just find it really chill.
I would say this ticks the box as to what people describe as a classic example of an indica. Would grow again.