This Cheese cannabis strain is the most popular to come out of the Exodus Crew, a collective of people who used to be based around the Luton areas.
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.
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.Canuk's Cheese produces a well-balanced effect, a physical and cerebral mixture.
With 8 week flowering and lush heavy harvests. Its aspect is languid, with long outstretched leaves and slim stalks, an heirloom from its skunk ancestry.
The flowers are thick and plentiful and when exposed to the adequate low temperatures, obtain a light violet colour.
Canuk Seeds' Cheese can be classified as a highly commercial variety, comparable to Big Bud, Skunk #1, Power Plant, or Critical+. These varieties, together with Cheese, are quick and compact heavy yielders.
2 phenos. One is fluffy sticky Afghan-earthy and other is a dense-sweet cheese smell. Like a Kraft single rather than a stinky Gruyere. The hardest dense nugs ever. Points lost on profile for not being stinky cheese and mild potency. Canuk delivered a classic as promised.
3 out of 5 - VG rating (Posted on 6/3/2021)
I ran canuks cheese from a canuk puck, that I had great result with everything in it.
10 to 11 weeks to be ready, with the phenos I got, half pound plant each under a 1000 hps
Very nice sweet taste, slightly piney, hard to describe, nice big buds.
Seemed to lean more sativa in the buzz as well, very cerebral, up high
Deadly smoke either way (Posted on 3/31/2021)
I'm not very familiar with the Cheese strain. It was recommended by a friend and I'm glad I listened. The one plant that I tried produced over 60 grams of dried, tacky buds. Good mental energy on top of a solid full body buzz; so good for day or night. The taste and aroma are surprisingly pleasant, to me anyway. Definitely will try again. (Posted on 12/20/2020)
3 germed quick. Like all canuk gear. But out of the 20 canuk seeds i have grown 2 of these three were the weakest seedlings. Scrapped 2 early. Third was scrapped 2 weeks later. Mostly because the other canuck gear was exploding and I had no room for these slow pokes (Posted on 4/6/2019)
so on week 1 of my grow after germinating with jiffy pellets i ventured to a soil website called kind soil and the base is ocean forest using a 300 watt vipraspectra led light and i am growing all 3 of my seeds they all germinated within 2 days and sprouted really quick i am very excited to see the final outcome thank you true north seed bank honestly i i mean that will update as soon (Posted on 7/25/2017)