The White Truffle strain tends to yield purple-splotched nugs and foliage that can turn so dark it almost appears black. Its thick, tightly packed buds shaped like spades, come cloaked in milky-white trichomes with some darkish orange-brown hairs. Usually flowering at around two months with abundant yields, it grows well both indoors and outdoors (in sunny conditions).
White Truffle is an indica-dominant phenotype of Gorilla Butter, which is a cross of Peanut Butter Breath and Gorilla Glue #4 (GG4). It is said to have originally been bred by a small breeder called Fresh Coast Genetics in Michigan, but Parabellum Genetics has also bred a strain called White Truffle by crossing 95 Dead with Platinum Kush Mints.
Regardless of who bred the name, two things are for sure: when grown properly, White Truffle is absolutely delicious and produces an excellent high.