DELTA 8 CHEESE EXOTIC INDOOR FLOWER
What Is the Delta 8 Cheese HEMP Strain?
Of the many types of cheese available in the UK, by far the most popular is cheddar. This fantastic, classic cheese is known worldwide for its pungency and nutty flavor, making an excellent base for eating or cheese toasties alike.
It thus makes a lot of sense that the Cheese CBD strain was bred to smell as similar as possible to cheddar – if you are going to make a cheesy cannabis strain, you might as well make it identical to a famous cheese, right?
Cheese is well known for its potent effects as well as its distinctive flavor. First appearing in 1988 by a mysterious grower, this strain is reportedly descended from Skunk #1, as well as possibly mixed with Afghani landrace strains to try and increase its total trichome production. This resultant hybrid is famous for its ability to leave you in a happy, contended mental state.
The initial effects of Cheese are intense relaxation and uplift in mood. Even though this strain is ostensibly 80% Indica, the overwhelming sensation is one of extraordinary Sativa influence. You will feel both happy and overall elated, improving your outlook on life massively, as well as just generally making your day better.
After a short while, the high will shift into pure euphoria that will persist for the remainder of the high, encouraging you to try and achieve your goals and just generally keep going.
By far the biggest impediment to this, however, will be the overwhelming sensation of pure hunger. You will feel the munchies possibly harder than you ever have before; it is a common joke that Cheese CBD is single-handedly responsible for great cheese sales in the UK – there is nothing you will want more than a sizeable snack, preferably loaded with cheese.
Once you have sated your intense hunger, you will begin to feel a great body melt that makes you feel both intensely calm and relaxed at the same time. One of the best qualities of Cheese is its ability to so perfectly meld the feelings of both Indica and Sativa effects – you will feel both incredibly relaxed in the body, yet somehow still so empowered in your mind.
All of this is reinforced by its incredible flavor, almost artificial in its cheesiness. This strain is one that manages to combine the wonderful British pastime of consuming copious amounts of cheese and the intense desire to relax contentedly in front of the TV.
Though the precise lineage of Cheese isn’t completely clear, it remains one of the most powerful and well-known CBD strains available. So, how is the actual aroma and flavor of Cheese classified? Besides the apparent quality of ‘Cheese,’ how can this strain be best described?
Delta 8 Cheese Aroma
As dull as it might be to consider, the overwhelming aroma that exists from the Cheese strain is one of intense, nutty cheese.
However, in the same way, the simple classification of ‘wood’ or ‘berries’ is insufficient to describe the inherent complexity of many flavors, just using the word ‘Cheese’ isn’t good enough.
As any cheese aficionado knows, cheese comes in a multitude of different flavors, strengths, and varieties. The Cheese CBD strain has a clear inspiration point in cheddar cheese, which means that the primary aromas are ones of nuttiness and subtle complexities.
The earthy aroma of cheese is surprisingly complex, conjuring up images of an elegant British cheese plate, as well as ones of a smoky, nutty fire.
The aroma is immediately noticeable from across the room, offering an immediate signal to any experienced cannabis users that there is some Cheese nearby – this can be either a blessing or a curse depending on the greediness of those around you.
The aroma of Cheese is simple enough, so what about the flavor?
Upon your very first taste of Cheese, you might be inclined to believe that the flavor is precisely the same as the aroma – there are the same notes of intense cheesiness, the nutty brown qualities of good, rich cheddar.
However, the flavor matures as you continue to smoke it, offering a profoundly distinct flavor profile from the aroma.
While the aroma can be considered relatively simplistic, the taste of Cheese has an oddly specific quality about it, offering a cheesy experience that is difficult to describe adequately.
It doesn’t just taste like a mature cheddar; it somehow tastes like the things commonly associated with cheddar, like a well-cooked grilled cheese or a sour chutney. There is an earthy pungency that backs up this oddly rich flavor, leaving you feeling like you have actually eaten a complex, rich, and nutty cheddar for lunch. The inherent umami quality of this strain greatly contrasts with what you would typically expect from a strain like Cheese.
Though the flavor and aroma of Cheese are profoundly interesting, the presentation is decidedly dull and boring.
As a heavily Indica dominant hybrid, the appearance of Cheese is distinctly Indica, with its clustered bud and the plant’s tendency to grow laterally when properly pruned.
You can expect a small amount of unique coloration when the bud is dried correctly, but overall you can expect a pretty regular-looking bud.