Cindy 99, often referred to as C99 and Cinderella '99, is a sativa-dominant hybrid that tastes of fruit with dank undertones. The DANK cut is huge, potent, sticky and full of terpenes Linalool and Pinene. We’ve had great THC potency results as high as 26%. This bud a favorite for the growers as well as the smokers. It grinds up perfectly to release the terps for a tasty and pleasing pull.
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Cinderella 99 (also called Cindy or C99) is a powerhouse mostly sativa hybrid with humble beginnings.
In the late 1990s, Mr. Soul — founder of Brothers Grimm Seeds — discovered a few seeds inside a Jack Herer bud that he purchased in an Amsterdam coffee shop. He grew one into a cultivar named Princess, which reportedly provided a much more psychedelic experience than other strains on the market at the time.
From there, he aimed to create a super-strain that would allow him to share Princess with the world. First, he paired a Princess female with a Shiva Skunk male to add plant strength and used a triple backcrossing method called “cubing” to create the parent strain Cinderella 88. Finally, he bred Cinderella 88 with Princess once more to achieve what breeders call the Holy Grail of Hybrids — Cinderella 99.
The name Cinderella comes from the fairy tale heroine, who, much like the cultivar, had modest beginnings, but bloomed into royalty. Consumers savor the strain for its fruity, floral aroma, thanks to a hefty presence of linalool.