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Big Buddha Cheese

Big Buddha Cheese

4.1| 124 Reviews

Strain Highlights

Cheese (also called UK Cheese or Exodus Cheese) is a famous clone-only strain that originated in England around 1989, reportedly from a pack of Sensi Seeds’ Skunk #1. An extremely potent and high-yielding plant with a pungent cheese-like odor, it was passed around the underground to various growers and breeders over the years until it became one of the most popular and ubiquitous strains in the UK. Sometime around 2004, the breeder known as “Big Buddha” took this clone and crossed it with a carefully selected Afghani indica to create a seed version of Cheese. Big Buddha Cheese won the High Times 2006 Cannabis Cup in the indica category and went on to become probably the most popular and widely available Cheese hybrid produced in seed form. It is known for its sweet, tropical fruit meets skunky-cheese smell and large yields of high potency flowers.  

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Strain Attributes

Dry Eyes
Dry Mouth

Strain Data

Parents of Big Buddha Cheese
Flowering Days


  • 1. Cheese
  • 2. Earthy
  • 3. Pungent

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“- Beautiful snowy buds bring an excellent all-around experience. - Perfect for delving into creative projects, and deep appreciation of music and sensation. - Alluring aroma of rich sweetness is a calming and healing inception to your experience. - Grinding more deeply reveals its unique, sweet, gently funky, cheesy, fresh and floral scent for an awesome olfactory prelude and primer. - Flexible and adaptable to varie...”

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“Lovely strain for some, hated by others. This indica on a perfect batch would be real dense nugs with a very strong aroma and taste. When you get a good batch you'll know, when smoked in the morning you won't be doing much the rest of the day, when/if you do make it outside you'll notice yourself walking around with a smile on your face with a lovely taste lingering in your mouth. Growing cheese can be a nice st...”


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