Colombian Black (Llanera)

Genetics: Colombian landrace (open pollination)
Region: Los Llanos. Colombia-Casanare (South America)
Latitude: 5 ° N
Harvest: End of October
Height: 2 to 3 meters in optimal conditions
Seeds: Regular
Vegetative stage: 15 to 20 weeks
Flowering: 12 to 17 week
Aroma: Fruits, cedar, incense
Effects: Powerful, psychoactive, long-lasting, euphoric, in the end calm without being narcotic
Characteristics: Phenotypes of dark purple color, also green phenotypes and fruity aromas and one acre like cedar. Very resistant to extreme climates, drought, humidity, fungi and pests. Conical structure Up to 3 meters. Large sawn leaves of a light olive green color. High percentage of THC.


Los Llanos is a region of northern South America divided between Colombia and Venezuela. It has two marked seasons, the rainy season and the dry season. It’s characterized by its extensive savannas, its climate is intertropical savannah being humid and hot, (except in the high plains with milder climate), with high temperatures in general . The region is located in the interior and therefore there’s an absence of maritime climate influence. This allows for a greater daily thermal amplitude than in coastal areas, the lowest temperatures are recorded in the rainy season, therefore, in August usually lower temperatures are recorded more than in January, but the annual thermal amplitude is not significant in general.

This is a variety from the plains of Colombia in the Casanare department. Formerly the collectors called this plant Colombian Black because of a phenotype that shows a very peculiar dark purple color, it also shows green phenotypes and fruity aromas and one sour like cedar. It is very resistant to extreme climates, droughts, humidity, fungi and pests. Its vegetative stage is 20 weeks and a flowering stage of 17 weeks. its structure is conical, reaches a height of up to 3 meters in optimal conditions, its leaves are large, serrated and of a light olive green color, it has a high percentage of THC.



I just wanted to drop you a line to let you know about the Colombian Black. I opened the container with the Colombian Black that has been sealed for a couple of months now. The aroma that greeted me was nothing less than mouthwatering. I don’t know if you’re familiar with American breakfast cereal or not but this Colombian smells like Capt’n’Crunch with Crunchberries, very much like the Crunchberries, sweet and fruity with a little bit of cookies and a tiny note of hash. This is one of the best sativa I’ve smoked in a long time, a delightful experience!


Wake-n-Bake with the Colombian Black

I just love the Colombian Black in the morning, it has just the right high to make the morning a wonderful time. It has an uplifting and mind tightening buzz to it. Combined the buzz with the incredible flavoUr of the Colombian, it’s so enjoyable. Smoking it with the delicious Myanmar coffee is nothing short of blissful contentment.  This is a truthful statement, I really like the Colombian Black in the morning!
Good Morning Landraceteam
Having my morning joint and I have to say that of all the strains I’ve grown and smoked I keep coming back to the Colombian Black. It’s the most enjoyable smoke in the morning, tasty with a excellent head buzz that gets me motivated, and I seem to get a lot done with a smile on my face 🙂


Today I’m going with a South American combo, Llanera and Brazil Cerrado. I really love these two, both have awesome flavors with a great buzz. The Llanera has been curing for 6 months now and still has that fruity aroma of Crunchberries with a touch of rocket fuel and hash. The coffee pairs so well with the Llanera it’s the only coffee I like to drink with it. The buzz is just perfect for a Sunday morning, moving slow and steady with a big smile on my face 🙂