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Sour Cheese

Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: The inhale is relatively flavorless, however the exhale is packed with zesty, sweet flavors of cream cheese and sour fruit or flowers. The high hits fairly rapidly and provides a potent buzz for around an hour-and-a-half.

You’ll know the Sour Cheese strain when you see it – if you haven’t smelled it already, being that close – by the oval-shaped, dark-green buds covered in amber trichromes. On the vine, Sour Cheese smells overwhelmingly sour, but once dried and cured the Exodus Cheese parentage really comes through in the flavor and aroma. The Devil’s Harvest crossed a prime-looking Exodus Cheese female with a male Strawberry Sour Diesel to create the marvelous strain we now have today.

While it doesn’t exactly take an expert hand to successfully cultivate these ladies, the breeder recommends you have at least a grow or two of experience under your belt. Watch out for powder mildew in middle and late flowering. The best way to prevent this is to increase the ventilation, while not allowing temperatures during their dark period to get too cold. Otherwise, after just 8 to 9 weeks, you’ll have a plentiful yield that will last you longer than you could ever have imagined. Sour Cheese will do perfectly fine either indoors or outdoors, but is not necessarily recommended for greenhouses as it is prone to powder mildew. Growers who get the biggest yields with this strain typically grow hydroponically, while feeding moderate amounts of nutrients.

Sour Cheese is perfect for a daytime or even late-afternoon or evening smoke, because it provides a nice balance between a head and a body high. While it won’t put you to sleep, it’s not going to keep you up either. Be prepared to devour your entire kitchen when you smoke some of this munchie-inducer. At most clubs in the Bay Area, this strain goes for around $50 an eighth, but sometimes is seen for $55. Either way, you have to try this strain, if not for the amazing high, then most certainly for the delectable flavor. Go grab some now, what are you waiting for? Unless you’re waiting on the seeds you ordered form the breeder.

Sour Cheese Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: The inhale is relatively flavorless, however the exhale is packed with zesty, sweet flavors of cream cheese and sour fruit or flowers. The high hits

Sour Cheese

Description

Bred by Dutch breeder The Devil’s Harvest Seed Co.y, Sour Cheese is a skunky, sativa-leaning strain with mysterious roots. The lineage of Sour Cheese is thought to be a cross between Cheese and Sour Diesel, but some sources add Strawberry Diesel into the genetic stew as well.

Bred by Dutch breeder The Devil’s Harvest Seed Co.y, Sour Cheese is a skunky, sativa-leaning strain with mysterious roots. The lineage of Sour Cheese is thought to be a cross between Cheese and Sour Diesel, but some sources add Strawberry Diesel into the genetic stew as well.

Top reported effects

Reported effects and flavors are generated from user reviews on our site. This page is for informational purposes only and not intended as medical advice. Please consult your physician before changing any medical treatment.

Top reported flavors

Reported effects and flavors are generated from user reviews on our site. This page is for informational purposes only and not intended as medical advice. Please consult your physician before changing any medical treatment.

Grow information

Offering a savory sweet and sour flavor, Sour Cheese is often recommended to those looking for an energetic or creative buzz. Growing both big and bushy, this strain appears to produce tightly packed colas with wispy stigmas and milky white trichomes. Suited for either indoor or outdoor grow environments, Sour Cheese reportedly produces high yields following an eight-to-nine-week flowering cycle.

Offering a savory sweet and sour flavor, Sour Cheese is often recommended to those looking for an energetic or creative buzz. Growing both big and bushy, this strain appears to produce tightly packed colas with wispy stigmas and milky white trichomes. Suited for either indoor or outdoor grow environments, Sour Cheese reportedly produces high yields following an eight-to-nine-week flowering cycle.

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