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uk cheese strain review

Uk cheese strain review

The taste is similar to its scent , quite cheesy, with hints of spices and berries .

What does UK Cheese mean?
Its taste is unexpectedly sweet, with hints of spices and berries as well as the anticipated cheese flavor.

This strain’s name simply stems from the place of its origins as well as the distinct cheesy scent it emits.
THC levels average just below 20% with some coming in at 23%. Its high became popular in both the UK and throughout the world because reviewers claimed it increased energy and created a euphoric state of mind. Some said it simultaneously relieved pain throughout the body. Sativa and indica effects are very well balanced in this strain, some have noted. UK Cheese increased alertness while easing the mind of worries for others. Still, some experienced pain relief which came as a welcoming tingly sensation.
The cured nuggets of UK Cheese are a beautiful display of color, as its light green flowers are tinged with blues that are lightened by the frosty layer of trichomes it produces. Slight shades of violet can be spotted, and vivid copper pistils wind their way throughout its flowers.
What color does UK Cheese have?
Like cheese! Although it has been found to carry notes of spices and berries as well.

The cured nuggets of UK Cheese offer a beautiful display of color, as its light green flowers are tinged with blues that are lightened by the frosty layer of trichomes . Slight shades of violet can be spotted, and vivid copper pistils wind their way throughout its flowers.

The nicely balanced though sometimes indica-dominant hybrid strain dubbed UK Cheese was named after its cheesy scent and breeding origin. It’s a phenotype of the well known Skunk #1 and was first bred by Exodus in the early 90’s. Not surprisingly, this strain also goes by the name of Exodus…

“Many clones of the original UK Cheese were given out to travelers as gifts.”

Considering the Skunk #1 heritage of Afghanistan (Indica), Mexico (Sativa), Colombia (Sativa), we believe the original strain of Cheese (which is just a phenotype of Skunk #1 remember) can be regarded as a 50/50 Hybrid. This is because it has a near perfect blend of genetics to affect the body and mind equally.
UK Cheese is an ideal strain for patients seeking daytime pain, stress, and anxiety relief without the fear of crashing. It could also serve as an anti-depressant, as it puts you in high spirits after just one draw from the bong (no pun intended). UK Cheese remains one of our favorite Hybrid strains to medicate with during the day.

However, their stance on marijuana is one of the things that caused them to have many problems with the law. The members of the collective protested UK law by outwardly growing and smoking marijuana in public.
With heavy traffic through the community, many clones of the original UK Cheese were given out to travelers as gifts.
The phenotype had larger buds and a splendidly pungent cheese smell among other characteristics that set it apart. This plant of the Skunk #1 was cloned and renamed Cheese after its distinct smell.
The taste is akin to the smell; it’s fruity with hints of berries, cheese, and undertones of skunk. Upon exhale, the flavors of skunk and cheese coat your mouth, and lingers between hits. This is when the cheese flavor is most noticeable. The smoke is potent, with a ‘stoned’ effect immediately settling in behind the eyes all the way down to our legs.
The legend of UK Cheese starts around the year of 1995, when a Cheese clone was passed on to an alternative community (group) by the name of, “Exodus,” who lived just north of London. This DIY culture group has been around in the UK since the 90’s, and is famous for their free community dance events, city farm, and social housing projects. Their free parties on weekends were known to attract thousands of people from all over.

“This was a one of a kind smell that could only be described as a mix of fresh berries and cheddar cheese.”

The UK Cheese Strain Is A Balanced HybridThe name ‘UK Cheese’ is an ode to the strain’s birthplace. It is rumored to be a phenotype of Cheese that showed unusual, …