Mimosa Cake Auto by Fast Buds: Strain Review

Mimosa Cake Auto dried and cured bud

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Mimosa Cake Auto by Fast Buds boasts a delightful aroma of fruity sweetness, often likened to cake and citrus notes. Users consistently praise its appealing scent. When it comes to taste, this strain delivers on its promises, offering flavors that align with its aroma, including cake-like, citrus, and fruity notes. As for effects, Mimosa Cake Auto tends to provide a potent cerebral experience with uplifting qualities, suitable for both day and night use. While some variation exists in the intensity of effects, users commonly report an initial burst of euphoria that transitions into relaxation.

Average Rating

9.0 average based on 93 harvests.*

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The aroma of Mimosa Cake Auto by Fast Buds appears to be a point of agreement among users, with many describing it as fruity, sweet, and often reminiscent of cake or citrus notes. There’s a consistent positive sentiment regarding its scent.

Tastes exactly as described. Very fruity. Smells amazing.


Buds were pretty thick and smelled so sweet (like cake).


Smells little champagne, lemon, that citrus stink too.


Smells good and fruity lemonish citrus, my fav taste.


Mimosa Cake Auto: Most Commonly Reported Flavors

Based on 99 reports

Mimosa Cake Auto: What flavors can you expect? ©GrowDiaries.com


In terms of taste, users commonly report flavors that align with the aroma, including fruity, cake-like, and citrus notes. It seems that Mimosa Cake Auto delivers on its promise in terms of taste, which is often praised.

Very smooth smoke. Cake flavors with a hint of lemon and citrus.


Great smoke day or night. Amazing Mimosa taste, orange, mango.


The smell of the buds now has some cakey and lemon scents.



The effects of Mimosa Cake Auto are where some variety is observed among user experiences. However, a common theme emerges: it’s a strain with potent cerebral effects and uplifting qualities, making it suitable for both day and night use. Many users note its energizing and social aspects, although some report variations in the intensity of these effects. Medical applications are not prominently mentioned.

Very strong cerebral that melts into the body but not overbearing.


Very uplifting, energetic, talkative high.


A very nice sweet cake smell came through. Being a sativa dominant strain it’s perfect for daytime and gives a nice head high more than body, overall very nice strain.


The high is at first very euphoric but not long after I start feeling lazy and veeery relaxed.


Mimosa Cake Auto: Most Commonly Reported Effects

Based on 99 reports

Mimosa Cake Auto: What effects can you expect? ©GrowDiaries.com

Mimosa Cake Auto: Sativa/Indica Balance

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Mimosa Cake Auto: What’s the sativa/indica balance? ©GrowDiaries.com

While there is some variation in user experiences, the overall consensus suggests that Mimosa Cake Auto offers a delightful fruity aroma, a taste reminiscent of cake and citrus, and predominantly cerebral, uplifting effects suitable for various times of the day. However, users may experience variations in the intensity of the effects.

Mimosa Cake Auto Cultivation Info

Out of 82 growers who generously shared their experiences with cultivating Mimosa Cake Auto, it’s notable that more than half of them found it to be a beginner-friendly strain, with almost no one describing it as difficult to grow. Approximately half of the growers praised the genetics for being strong, while only four found them to be weak.

Mimosa Cake Auto Ease of Growing

Based on 99 grows

Mimosa Cake Auto main cola

Mimosa Cake Auto: Is it Easy to Grow? ©GrowDiaries.com Photo: Dunk_Junk

Mimosa Cake Auto Seed-to-Harvest Time

In our analysis of 82 grow cycles posted on growdiaries.com, we found that the seed-to-harvest time for Mimosa Cake Auto ranged between 7 and 15 weeks, with an average of 11 weeks. Slightly less than a third of the grows completed their life cycle in exactly 11 weeks, with roughly a third taking less time and and about a half requiring more than 11 weeks. The vegetative stage, on the other hand, displayed more consistency, with nearly half of the grows having a 4-week veg duration, which aligned with the strain’s average.

Outdoor grows were less common, and data from only six such cycles was available, with an average duration of 11 weeks.


Weeks Spent in Veg and From Seed to Harvest

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Veg and Cycle Duration Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com

Weeks Spent in Veg and From Seed to Harvest Outdoors

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Outdoor Veg and Cycle Duration Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com

Do Different Mediums Affect Cycle Duration?

Based on 98 grows

Cycle Duration vs Mediums Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com

Does Training Affect Cycle Duration?

Based on 98 grows

Cycle Duration vs Training Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com


When examining the impact of different growing mediums and training techniques, we found no clear patterns in how they affected grow cycle duration, except for one interesting observation: hydroponic grows tended to be longer. This could be due to the larger root ball in hydroponics, which may delay the transition from the vegetative stage to flowering.

Mimosa Cake Auto Flowering Time

In the grow cycles we’ve analyzed, the flowering time ranged from 4 to 13 weeks, with an average of 6.8 weeks. The majority of cycles fell within the 7-8 week range. For outdoor cultivation, the sample size was limited, but the six outdoor grows had an average flowering time of 7 weeks.

Flowering Time In Weeks

Based on 98 grows

Mimosa Cake Auto: Flowering Time Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com

Mimosa Cake Auto Height

Based on our data, the average plant height by harvest time was approximately 61 cm. Notably, in the five outdoor grows available, the average plant height was 47 cm.

When considering growing conditions, plants that received no training tended to be taller, while Low-Stress Training (LST) was the most effective method for controlling plant size. Topping (without LST) showed similar results, which is a kind of an outlier as generally, topping along fails to control the size of the plant in every case.

In terms of growing mediums, plants tended to be smaller in soil, a bit taller in coco coir, and significantly taller in hydroponic setups. Pot size didn’t have as predictable an impact on final plant height as one would expect. While larger pots generally led to bigger yields, the results for the most popular pot volumes varied.


Final Height at Harvest

Based on 80 grows

Height Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com

Final Height at Harvest Outdoors

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Outdoor Height Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com

Does the Choice of Medium Affect Height?

Based on 80 grows

Plant Height vs Medium Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com

How Does Training Affect Plant Height?

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Plant Height vs Training Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com

Height (cm) vs Pot Size (liters)

Based on 78 grows

Plant Height vs Pot Size Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com

Mimosa Cake Auto Yield

Examining data from 50 grows that included information on yields, Mimosa Cake Auto produced yields ranging from 13 to 240 grams, with an average of 84 grams per plant after approximately 11 weeks from seed.

Yield figures differed significantly based on growing mediums, with hydroponic grows averaging 135g, coco grows at 107g, and soil grows at 67g. The type of training also played a role, with no training resulting in both the lowest and highest yields, low-stress training methods providing more consistent but still varied results around the average, and high-stress methods like topping and FIMing yielding more consistently and slightly below average.

In outdoor gardens, Mimosa Cake Auto produced an average yield of 51 grams, based on data from two grows.


Dry Per-Plant Yield in Grams

Based on 51 grows

Yield Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com

Dry Per-Plant Yield Outdoors

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Outdoor Yield Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com

Does the Choice of Medium Affect Yield?

Based on 51 grows

Plant Yield vs Medium Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com

Do Training Techniques Affect Yields?

Based on 51 grows

Plant Yield vs Training Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com

Yield (grams) vs Pot Size (liters)

Based on 50 grows

Plant Yield vs Pot Size Statistics ©GrowDiaries.com


Is Mimosa Cake good?

This is subjective and dependent on personal preferences. Many cannabis enthusiasts have enjoyed this strain for its balanced effects, offering a combination of relaxation and uplifting euphoria. It often has a pleasant flavor profile, making it a popular choice among those seeking a well-rounded cannabis experience.

How long does Mimosa Cake Auto take to flower?

On average, the flowering period for this strain is around 7 to 8 weeks. However, it’s essential to note that the specific duration may range from 4 to 13 weeks, as observed in different grow cycles. Factors such as indoor or outdoor cultivation, light conditions, and training methods can influence the flowering time.

Does the Mimosa strain make you sleepy?

The effects of the Mimosa strain, including Mimosa Cake Auto, tend to be more balanced, offering both relaxation and an uplifting, euphoric high. It’s not typically known for causing drowsiness or making users feel sleepy. Instead, it’s often chosen for daytime or evening use when individuals want to relax without being overly sedated.

What flavor is Mimosa Cake?

Mimosa Cake is known for its delightful flavor profile. It often exhibits a combination of citrusy and fruity notes, including orange and tropical fruit flavors. The strain’s terpene profile may include limonene, myrcene, and others, contributing to its fruity and citrusy aroma and taste. Users often find its flavor to be refreshing and enjoyable, making it a popular choice for those who appreciate a pleasant taste in their cannabis experience.