You might detect notes of wood and soil at first, but it’s the creamy vanilla notes that catch your attention. It’s not a particularly pungent plant, and it won’t linger in a room for long. Some users have reported getting hints of mango as well.
Although there is a slight sweetness on the tongue, the taste of Harlequin may surprise you. It has a strong herbal flavor with pine notes. You’ll probably notice a creamy, woody flavor that hits the spot when you smoke it. This strain’s buds are round, dense, and forest green in color.
The rusty orange hairs, as well as the amber trichomes, stand out against this background. With a flowering period of 60 – 65 days, it yields 400-500 gr/m2 when grown indoors and 500-550 gr/plant when nurtured Outdoor.