About this Hybrid Strain
Tahoe Cheese, which also goes by Blue Tahoe Cheese, is an Indica dominant hybrid cannabis strain highly sought out by medical and recreational consumers looking for a potent THC strain with sedating effects.
As a cross between Blue Cheese and Blue Tahoe, Tahoe Cheese has been known to provide consumers with a vigorous euphoric and psychotropic high that slowly creeps into a heavy body stone. Users reported Tahoe Cheese's slow onset of effects as extremely blissful and lethargic, leaving them hungry and in a couch-locked state. Consumers looking for Indica dominant strains have enjoyed Tahoe Cheese because of its sedating properties, while others appreciate its therapeutic effects that may ease symptoms of chronic pain, inflammation, insomnia, stress, PTSD, and appetite loss.
Tahoe Cheese plants can be grown indoors or outdoors and usually matures at around 9 to 10 weeks. When properly cultivated and cured, Tahoe Cheese will produce large, vibrant green, heart-shaped buds covered in an abundance of golden crystal trichomes laced with orange pistils. Typically, the buds of Tahoe Cheese will carry a prominent skunky, kushy, and cheesy aroma and flavor. Still, some phenotypes of this strain will have a noticeable and fragrant blueberry undertone.
THC levels of Tahoe Cheese are incredibly high averaging around 25%. It has been recommended that novice consumers should take it slow when trying this strain.
Frequently Asked Questions About Tahoe Cheese
- What is Tahoe Cheese?
Tahoe Cheese, also referred to as Blue Tahoe Cheese, is known to provide users with a euphoric cerebral uplift accompanied by a heavy body stone that leads to sedation.
- What does Tahoe Cheese mean?
Tahoe Cheese is a cross between the two strains Blue Tahoe and Blue Cheese.
- Where does Tahoe Cheese come from?
Tahoe Cheese receives its genetic profile from the two strains Blue Cheese and Blue Tahoe.
- What does Tahoe Cheese smell like?
The aroma of Tahoe Cheese is skunky and cheesy with some phenotypes that carry a blueberry undertone.
- What does Tahoe Cheese taste like?
When smoked or vaped, Tahoe Cheese produces a Kush and musky flavor with a sweet cheese undertone.
- What color does Tahoe Cheese have?
Tahoe Cheese will produce large, bright green, heart-shaped buds covered in a thick coating of golden trichomes.
- What effects does Tahoe Cheese have?
Tahoe Cheese users have reported its long-lasting effects to be euphoric and sedating, leaving them in a blissful and couch-locked state.
- Is Tahoe Cheese an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Tahoe Cheese is an Indica dominant hybrid strain.