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A batch of these skunk seeds found its way to the UK around 1990 and an ultra-rare phenotype sprouted! A South East England grower found that this pheno had a much different stench, a real cheesy aroma. The heavy yields and fast flowering remained the same, however, the often problematic ganja smell was gone! Clones were taking from the Cheese plant and then along came many Cheese feminized cannabis seeds. Cheese quickly became the best selling cannabis in Great Britain.

Unless you’ve been living off-grid away from civilization, then you’ve probably heard about the incredible Cheese genetics. After it was first discovered in the 1980s it quickly blew up to become one of the most sought-after strains around. The legend goes that a California based grower named Sam “the Skunkman” relocated over the Netherlands, bringing with him his iconic strain, Skunk. With its quick flowering time and heavy yields, it quickly became popular, however, the serious stench of ganja associated with Skunk was a problem for many growers.

Is UK Cheese Indica or Sativa

Along with being a very pleasent smoke with a good yield, Cheese is also a fast flowering genetic that takes just 8 weeks to finish. With so many positive traits it is no wonder that it enjoys such popularity amongst both cash croppers and serious marijuana enthusiasts.

It will come as no surprise that Cheese smells like cheese! However, it is a much danker smell with skunky undertones.

If you have ever been lucky enough to smoke this strain then you will not be surprised to hear that Cheese is mostly Indica. Around 75% Indica and 25% Sativa, this hybrid hits fast and hard. The Sativa influence is not very apparent in the plant or buds as it remains short and bushy with wide fingered leaves and fat rocky buds.

UK Cheese strain is the most popular strain to come out of the British Isles. A community of growers based around the Luton region in the area north of London, originally started growing this strain in the mid-1990s. UK Cheese is an especially pungent phenotype of the Sensi Seeds strain Skunk #1. This pheno has and average THC content of 17%-20% with less than 1% CBD. The terpenes are mostly all myrcene here which gives Cheese its extraordinary musky smell. Growers in the UK shared this strain all over the region throughout the years. Eventually it was exported to the EU continent where it quickly gained popularity in Amsterdam. It then eventually made its way to the United States in the late 90’s.

UK Cheese is famous for its pungent cheesey smell, like aged cheese that has been cured in a cave full of skunks. The cheese aroma from fresh buds is super strong and tasty. Beware, when grown outdoors it will stank up the whole neighbourhood.

UK Cheese Genetics

It quickly became one of the Top Ten strains sold in all the coffee-shops in Amsterdam and won numerous awards in the High Times Cannabis Cup. UK Cheese produces a well-balanced effect, a physical and cerebral mixture.

The high produced by UK Cheese is fast-acting and begins as an energetic and carefree feeling. UK Cheese is evenly balanced with 50/50 indica to sativa. This makes cheese perfect for medical users who want a chilled relaxing but not sleepy experience. Cheese is popular for its effectiveness at fighting depression, migraines, and stress.

It was originally a Sensi Seeds Skunk #1 phenotype that exhibited an extraordinary smell of vintage Cheese. Maintained in clone form for many years by anyone lucky enough to get their hands on it eventually it was hybridized with Afghani #1 and seeds were produced.