As the name suggests, this strain puts the cheese in the Big Apple. It’s a sativa-dominant blend that will get you going, but it’s got enough indica to be relaxing like Double Barrel OG. The name comes from its parentage, which includes NYC Diesel, but no one’s quite sure
The flavor of this strain is a bit like having a snack while hiking in a forest, with notes of:
14% – 15%
NY Cheese Strain Information
Unlike many other cheese strains, the flavor of this variety isn’t too strong or overwhelming. It’s balanced out with lighter pine notes that help it stay fresh and tasty. The effects are similarly balanced between calming and energizing.
NY Cheese Strain Effects
NY Cheese Strain Pairings
Pairs With Music
Nardo Wick — “Who Want Smoke??”: This Florida trap song may be from the opposite end of the country from NYC, but it’s got the right spirit to pair with this hard-hitting strain.
Beastie Boys — “No Sleep Till Brooklyn”: With the uplifting effects of NY Cheese and this cheese-filled classic, you’re sure to win.
Billy Joel — “New York State of Mind”: For a drift away on a soft rock classic, you can’t miss with Billy Joel.
Pairs With Food
Mac and cheese: You can’t miss out on the combination of NY Cheese and your favorite type of mac and cheese. Bacon is optional.
Breakfast burgers: Topped with a fried egg and served on a bagel bun, it’s the best way to wake and bake along with this strain.
Artichoke hearts: Dipped in butter, these delicate treats are great for bringing out this strain’s more subtle flavors.
Pairs With Spirits
Gin Rickey: Let a powerful combination of citrus flavors boost your appreciation of this energizing strain.
Amaretto sour: Bring out the almost caramel notes of NY Cheese with a complex combination of amaretto and sour mix.
Perfect martini: Made with a combination of sweet and dry vermouth, it’s the ideal martini for this strain.