Permanent Marker is a 3-way cross between Biscotti S1, Sherb BX, and a 3rd-generation cut of Jealousy. Below, we’ll explore each of these strains in a little more detail and see how their genetics influence Permanent Marker.
Biscotti is a descendant of the beloved Gelato line. More specifically, it’s a cross between Gelato #25 (a rare Gelato pheno said to produce a heavy-hitting stone and sweet floral aromas) and Sour Florida OG (an indica-dominant hybrid combining Chemdawg, Lemon Thai, and Hindu Kush genetics). Biscotti is known for producing a tingly body high and a creative cerebral buzz, as well as its unique aroma that combines sweet cookie notes with dank diesel overtones.
Sherb BX, on the other hand, is a unique backcross (i.e. a cross between a hybrid and one of its parent strains) of Sherb (also known as Super Sherb). Bred by Arizona Nectars Farms, Sherb is a cross of Garlic Mushroom Cookies and Sunset Sherbet and boasts musky pine aromas, 20% THC, and an uplifting cerebral high.
Finally, the last strain used to create Permanent Marker is Jealousy. The result of a Gelato and Sherbet backcross, Jealousy is one of the flagship strains produced by Seed Junky Genetics. Jealousy is known for its creamy candy aroma and producing a relaxing, giggly, and happy high. To create Permanent Marker, JBeezy apparently used a unique 3rd-generation Jealousy plant for its particular growing traits, aromas, and potency.