› UK Cheese
Nombre: UK Cheese
Obtentor: Elev8 Seeds
Ubicación: interior, exterior
Tipo: indica/sativa
Floración: ~60 días
No disponible feminizadas.

Elev8 Seeds - UK Cheese

The original Cheese was discovered in the UK as an unusual and unique pheno from a package of Skunk #1 seeds. It was given to a local commune that called themselves Exodus in the 90’s that grew it and gifted clones to visitors. The popularity of Cheese exploded and has remained the most popular strain in Europe for some time. It is as popular in Europe as OG Kush is in America.

As a balanced hybrid, it is considered by many a perfect balance of body and mind effects – couch lock with an uplifting euphoria. The smell/taste has been described as fruity berries combined with skunky cheese. The cheese taste is most noticeable as it lingers between hits.

Because the original Cheese was a clone only strain, no male had existed. Attempts by breeders to backcross lost some of the cheese traits making it less desirable than the original clone only. We had obtained our original clone only Exodus cut from a grower in Manchester England. We then located a cheese male from a breeder that had backcrossed it so many times, that it had retained most, if not all of the cheese traits. We used that male to start the backcrossing process with our original clone only UK Cheese female to ensure it is as close to the original as possible.

Our goal with this project was to maintain all of the original Cheese traits in regular seed form. This project was a success and we believe this is the best representation of the original Cheese.

Almost all people outside of Europe that have tried the Cheese strain have only had a watered down hybrid and not the original. We encourage everyone to see for themselves what all the fuss is about!

Type: Hybrid
Flowering Time: 8-9 weeks
Yield: Good
Potency: High
Genetics: Rare Pheno of Skunk #1

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