Spawned from the genetic loins of strains from far and wide, Flying Dutchmen's Amsterdam Mist is a strain that will take you on a journey shrouded in flavourful and aromatic mystery. Although a slow burner when it comes to growth, this feminized hybrid does however make up for it with her impressive potency and high yielding potential
Flying Dutchmen - Amsterdam Mist: Crossing between Original Haze and Northern lights
Heavily influenced by Haze Mist (a strain that was crafted from the Original Haze), Amsterdam Mist from Flying Dutchman looks to kick things up a notch. This feminized phenom is significantly sharper when it comes to resin production, not to mention boasting a shorter flowering time as a result of breeding with Northern Lights (though still relatively long).
Amsterdam Mist is a strain shrouded in both Indicas and Sativas, as aforementioned she was bred with Northern Lights an Indica icon. But it is Amsterdam Mist's Sativa Co-habitants that shine through the most in this hybrid partnership. Growers will notice as she develops, she starts to form fat, twisted calyxes. These calyx later shine with resin crystals and mass into huge, aromatic tops.
As you take your first few hits of Amsterdam Mist, you'll start to find yourself lost in its profoundly deep body high. With the Indica firmly in play, her Sativa side helps to bring clarity and rejuvenation to your senses.
One of Amsterdam Mist's downsides would have to be her long flowering period. On average, the hybrid takes anyway from 10-12 weeks of flowering to fully mature. Growers who have the patience of a saint will be justly rewarded for their time and effort, with a harvest that more than makes up for the time.