About Dankwoods King Louie
Dankwoods King Louie, also known as “King Louis,” “Louis XIII Kush” is an Indica marijuana strain made by crossing OG Kush with LA Confidential. Its namesake might be most famous for making wigs on men de rigeur. For the French aristocracy, but in Southern California. The name will bring to mind a popular Indica-dominant strain. This strain announces itself. As many people did in the 1600s: by its smell. The difference is this monarch’s odor is one that’s meant to be enjoyed. Its dense nugs have an overwhelmingly piney smell. With an earthy musk that will have you thinking of your last forest adventure. Because of its OG Kush. Heritage Louis XIII has a very similar spicy kush aroma.
Dankwoods King Louie Aroma
While there is a pine scent. Dankwoods King Louie strain marijuana is known for its pungent odor which is noticeable from a different room. It is very much Louis OG in terms of how it fills an area with its sweet, musky, yet spicy aroma which sets up the senses nicely for smoking.
Dankwoods King Louie Flavor
Given how powerful its scent is, you may be relieved to know that Dankwoods King Louie doesn’t taste quite as strong as it smells. Even so, it is a mouthwatering strain with an earthy spiciness and sticky taste as you exhale.
The calyxes of this strain are circular and dense. Its light green buds are coated with gorgeous trichomes when in bloom and it is brighter than most strains in the OG family.
When you have King Louie seeds, you have the option of growing them indoors or outdoors. If you have the space and private land, growing outside also means you must live in a sunny and dry climate. We recommend that you try growing other strains first to get experience because this isn’t the easiest to cultivate. Also, dank vapes king Louie, white cookies, dank vapes la confidential, dankwoods girl scout cookies,
If you grow it outdoors, make sure the daytime temperature is between 68- and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. King Louis XIII will be ready for harvest by the end of September or in the first week or two of October. While flowering time is between 8 and 9 weeks, some growers try and harvest early because it is still an excellent yielder. However, waiting an extra week helps bring out the sweet pine flavor it is best known for.