Indica lovers rejoice: Blue Cheese is here to save the day. While its name suggests a pungent cheese odor, its actual smell is … a pungent cheese odor. Think a well-aged Gorgonzola.
The rankest smells are the ones you come to crave most, and Blue Cheese’s strong relaxing vibes will Pavlov’s-Dog you into drooling at that stinky funk — this strain will definitely become a mainstay in your life. It is often used to help with muscle spasms, anxiety, and general aches and pains, and in everyday life, it creates a mellow sensation that relaxes and soothes.
Think of it along the same lines as Flo Walker but with a bit less sleepiness.
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Cheese, sweetness, and berries. This strain is heavy on the stank and gives you sweet overtones as well.
Blue Cheese OG Information
Blue Cheese came to be when a Blueberry male was crossed with a UK Cheese female, the latter being a Skunk #1 phenotype. This indica blend consists of sweetness, savoriness, and a thick, cheesy middle that makes it an irresistible go-to.
The sweet elements resemble Tropical Frost but lean more toward berries than grapes.
Blue Cheese OG Pairings
Stevie Wonder: Celebrate the fact that you’re enjoying an indica without the classic indica burnout by throwing on some Stevie Wonder.
Phish: Even if you’re not a Phishhead, throw on a studio album like Junta or A Picture of Nectar with the Blue Cheese strain on your team. You’ll suddenly understand what all the fuss is about.
Simon & Garfunkel: The incredible harmonizing, rock ballads, and soothing nocturnal timbres of this iconic duo, pair perfectly with Blue Cheese.
Lunch: If your schedule allows for it, smoking some Blue Cheese strain with lighter lunch fare like fish, chicken, and salad is a true culinary delight.
Poutine: Go big or go home — try some Quebecois poutine (that is, french fries slathered in duck gravy and melted cheese curds) to complement the cheesy taste of this weed.
Breakfast for dinner: What says “relax” like stacks of pancakes, bacon, eggs, and hash browns for dinner? Celebrate with a bit of Blue Cheese.
Bloody Mary: Tomato juice, vodka, and a universe of other spice options create the perfect sidekick for this Blue Cheese strain.
Mai Tai: Blend some rum, Curaçao liqueur, lime juice, and orgeat syrup together. Then fire up some Blue Cheese, close your eyes, and let your other senses take over.
Negroni: This gin aperitif with vermouth rosso and Campari blends well with Blue Cheese, particularly right before dinner.
Where The Strain Is Grown
The credit for Blue Cheese is hard to allocate to any one party. But Big Buddha Seeds definitely deserves part of the spotlight for perfecting the Cheese strain and introducing a variant of Blue Cheese to the public.
Blue Cheese OG Summary
This mellow indica has a ripe, cheesy aroma with sweet and savory afternotes. Blue Cheese is relaxing and mentally stimulating, it and doesn’t sedate you like other indica strains can