Dutch Treat is a cultivar infamous among Amsterdam’s coffee shops, though its origins remain a mystery since it first surfaced. Some sources point to Vancouver, British Columbia’s Jordan of the Islands breeders as the creators of Dutch Treat. The cultivar is believed to be a combination of Northern Lights with Haze, reportedly resulting in cerebral effects with citrusy aromas and sugary sweet flavors.
Novice growers will have a relatively easy time with Dutch Treat, as this plant is said to require minimal care and is highly resistant to diseases and pests. The bushy, short cultivar flowers during an eight-to-nineweek period and by late September when grown outdoors in the Northern Hemisphere or March if grown in the Southern Hemisphere. According to Jordan of the Islands, Dutch Treat produces high yields despite being short and stocky in stature.