"Chocolate Chunk’s flowers are small to medium in size andread more... have the chunky, dense look you’d expect from a pure indica. These buds have an almost conical shape, tapering down from a broad base into a pointed tip. The tightly-coiled leaves are a mossy green and are twisted through with curly orange to yellow hairs -- which are actually pistils, structure meant to catch pollen from fertilizing male plants. Amber trichomes round out the flowers, giving them a yellowish tint and a very sticky texture.
Taking one whiff, it’s clear that Chocolate Chunk has inherited its parent strain’s rich aroma. When properly cured, flowers are earthy and dank, with a scent somewhat redolent of damp soil. The distinct smell of chocolate also lurky underneath, accented by some notes of coffee. Grinding up or breaking open the buds yields more of Afghani’s hashy, slightly piney odor. When burnt in a joint or a pipe, Chocolate Chunk’s smoke can be harsh and acrid, stinging the eyes and sinuses. This smoke tastes chocolatey and nutty on the exhale."