The King Tut strain was originally created in Barcelona by an up-and-coming cannabis breeder known as Pyramid Seeds. Nobody knows the exact date of its first cultivation, but cannabis experts speculate that it was created sometime in the early to mid-2000s. The only known parent of the King Tut strain is AK-47, though its aroma and effects are somewhat different from its parent. Many speculate that another Sativa strain was used to create this delicious hybrid.
Pyramid Seeds is technically a collective that sells cannabis seeds, plants, and flowers directly to consumers in Spain. In recent years, they have expanded their market to the rest of Europe, the United States, and dozens of other locations throughout the world. Since its creation, the King Tut strain has become one of Pyramid Seeds’ most popular products among cannabis users, amateur growers, and expert cultivators.
However, little documentation has been made about the King Tut strain, which makes it difficult for historians to track changes in its genetics. In any case, it is still a relatively young strain, so any changes in its genetic makeup over the years are likely negligible. The King Tut strain that consumers buy today is likely very similar to the first batch ever created by Pyramid Seeds.