It’s a unique and reliable indica that delivers every time.
I had a good time with this tasty indica strain. It delivers a smooth balanced ride that takes you on a tour down to Chill town. While in Chill town, Blue Cheese helped get my daily tasks done, bonus!
I have always wanted to try a strain from the Cheese family. For some reason it never became available to me over the decades. I finally found some and ordered an eighth of AAA blue cheese online with the intent to do a review.
Blue Cheese Strain Information
The strain is a classic indica-dominant hybrid with a unique taste and aroma and a balanced high. Its distinctive name has more to do with its genetic lineage, a cross between the popular Blueberry and the UK-native strain – Cheese.
My Blue Cheese 9 Point Review and Ratings
- Grade: AAA
- Average THC Content: 15% to 20%
- Cost: $19 for 3.5 grams
- Bud Size: 7/10 Medium with tight buds
- Cure & Humidity: 9/10 Professionally cured, with perfect humidity for a sticky resinous strain
- Smell: 8/10 Fruity, floral, slightly cheesy/musky
- Taste: 9/10 Pungent, fruity, blueberry, musty after taste
- Buzz Quality: 8/10 Creeps up slowly with chill vibes and ample energy
- Harshness vs Smoothness: Smooth, not harsh, with thick dense smoke and large exhales that could induce some coughing depending on your lung capacity
Buy Blue Cheese Weed Online Canada
This strain is hard to find, most of the online dispensaries seem to be always sold out. Here are 3 online shops who have consistent inventory:
- ODC, this mail order shop has some AAA-A Blue Cheese from $14 for 1g to $190 for 28 grams. Check inventory
- Get Kush has AA budget Blue Cheese from $18.99 for 3.5g to $424.99 for 8 ounces (half pound) Check inventory
- Speed Greens have some AAA Blue Cheese from $28 for 3.5g to $175 for 28 grams. Check inventory
Final Ratings & Final Thoughts
I hope my Blue Cheese review was helpful and informative. I recommend that you give this strain a try, it’s inexpensive while delivering nice balanced indica type effects. See my final thoughts below.
The Chronic Beaver