Old school taste, aroma and potency for Cheese lovers
Triple Cheese Info
- Genetics: Triple Cheese
- Genotype: Indica-dominant hybrid
- Taste and aroma: Sweet, earthy, cheesy, skunky, fruity
- Effects: Euphoric, happy, relaxing
- Flowering time: 63-67 days
- Outdoor flowering: End of September
- Indoor yield: 550-600 gr/m 2
- Outdoor yield: 700 g/plant
- THC: 22%
- CBD: 0.9%
- Stable plants, consistent crops
- 9 weeks of flowering
- Excellent performance, up to 700g/plant
- Distinctive creamy cheese taste with a spicy hint
Triple Cheese Genetics
Triple Cheese feminized seeds from Barney’s Farm is a cross between two strains from the Skunk family. An Indica dominant hybrid, its parents are well-known for their flavours and effects throughout all Europe.
The powerful Original Cheese (derived from a Skunk #1 phenotype) and the highly productive Blue Cheese have given rise to this consistent, stable and fast flowering strain. A real delight for the old school palate!
Cultivation of Triple Cheese
This feminized photoperiod cannabis strain grows vigorously from germination. It adapts well to pruning and training, so it’s suitable for both SCROG and SOG, depending on type of pruning applied.
Its vigour is enhanced by hydroponic systems, so you should keep an eye on the plant’s final height; although we must say it’s relatively compact. It requires a medium-high nutritional diet and develops olive-green leaves with spear-like foliage, similar to more Sativa-dominant strains, but shows its Afghan heritage in the compaction and high resin production of its flowers.
Easy to grow plant with excellent yields
Hybrid of the famous Cheese and the impressive Blue Cheese, to enjoy the traits of the best Skunks.
It is worth mentioning Triple Cheese great stability, which has been worked on till the fifth generation, and makes all plants more or less equal in every aspect, which greatly facilitates its indoor cultivation.
The flowering period is short, as it only needs a maximum of 57 days in order to harvest up to 550-600gr/m 2 . Outdoors, this strain is ready at the end of September and can produce over 800 grams per plant. The buds are big and luscious and not tight as rocks, but this slight fluffiness makes them less prone to develope fungi such as botrytis.
During the flowering period, it’s advisable to train the plant, or use some type of support to prevent the weight of the buds from breaking the branches, which are quite resilient, but in the event of strong winds and heavy rain, some side breakage in the heaviest branchs is more than possible.
Triple Cheese Taste and Effects
Triple Cheese aroma and taste are very elegant and remind us of the original Cheese flavour, but with a touch of creamy cheese and fruity notes, and spicy, skunk and earthy hints.
The effects are happy, euphoric and cerebral, and relaxing and pleasant at the same time, ideal for having conversations and socializing in general, as well as relaxing in good company.
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Triple Cheese : Philosopher Seeds bank
Tripple Cheese is a mostly indica cross between Blue Cheese and Old Cheese, created in a long selection process. It has a high THC level.
The strain has an indica structure, easy and fast to grow. This is a great choice for a beginner and not just for them. The variety is undersized and grows no more than 100 cm in height. You may need to use filters to prevent the smell from spreading.
The yield reaches 600 g / m2 in about 50-60 days. Outdoor Tripple Cheese will be ready by mid-September.
The variety has a dominant cheese flavor with hints of blueberries.
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Revision of original report: Nice plants but all 5 had low yields and no dense buds. perhaps i harvested too early. perhaps i didn’t lollipop them enough. perhaps they didn’t take the topping&defoiliation as good as the other strains in my tent.
Now it’s cured and smells awesome! The taste is increadible, it lasted in my mouth for hours after smoking..if i could i would give another star to my original rating
She was fairly easy to grow. There was some sort of nutrient deficiency or toxicity in late flower, but didn’t seem to negatively impact quality or aroma. Smells of blueberries and sweet cheese. The buds aren’t the biggest but not the smallest either. Where they lack in size, they make up for in density. I have run and smoked this strain before, and I may be making a premature judgement. That said, if the smoke warrants, I may adjust my rating. I did enjoy the smoke, but felt the smell outshined the taste when smoked. If the flavor is improved this run and more closely fits the smell and/or increased potency. then this will surely earn a higher rating.
Update: I actually would liked to have improved the rating after getting a chance to test the final product. If it were possible, I’d give an 8 out of ten stars, and would give another half star if it were an option.
Pros: Wonderful blueberry aroma with some cheese notes that become more noticeable when smoked. The taste is very pleasurable. It’s a quick finisher with dense buds.
Cons: Not a light yielder, but it’d be nice if it produced a bit more. Buds aren’t the biggest, either, but do make up for it in density. She seemed a little touchy on nutes, or something. The rest of the garden was relatively green and lush until they started going into senescence, but this plant showed some sort of deficiency or toxicity; I believe a Cal-Mag deficiency, but I am not sure if it may have been due to lockout or if it was a true deficiency. Could just be user error.
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