The taste was very Dutch treat, almost tasting piney and very pungent. The high was nice though, a calming head buzz makes this strain very nice for newbies, it tends to ride for 90-180 min, making that the highlight for me and it wasn't a high that was overwhelming. Very functional high, probably too tame for seasoned smokers, but nice for turning the in-laws on when they come to visit.
Indica Dominant Hybrid - 80% Indica / 20% Sativa
THC: 19% - 27%Dutch Treat Haze is produced by combining Dutch Treat and Secret Haze. It is an indica dominant strain with an 80:20 indica/sativa ratio. The strain has an average THC content of no more than 19% but it does produce some of the best buds to medicate with. The strain may not look unique as the buds are tiny in comparison to a majority of other cannabis strains. The nuggets are covered by amber colored hairs that seep through the light green surface. As for the smell, it is sweet and spicy which is quite rare to come across in haze strains. On the other hand, it tastes more or less the same as it smells and is quite similar to Sour Diesel in this regard. The effects of the strain are actually where it gets a chance to shine. You will feel the high take over your body and mind in no time. Additionally, you may even experience slight dizziness, head pressure and reddening of the eyes. The effects can cause anxiety for some individuals which is why the strain should be smoked in smaller doses. Moreover, it is also one of the reasons why the Dutch Treat Haze is not recommended for those who are new to smoking cannabis. All in all, the strain offers tremendous psychoactive effects whereas slight bodies buzz are to be expected at the same time. That being said, it is worth noting that the strain has also been used to treat medical conditions like stress, insomnia and anorexia.