A cross-breed between the Euforia and the original Cheese, Dutch Passion created this 60% Sativa and 40% Indica strain. This crossing has resulted in improved yields and better rot and mold resistance. The cheese characteristics however are preserved. It grows up to 60 to 80 cm, gives heavy yields and is a really great plant for indoor and greenhouse growing.
|Genetics||60% sativa - 40% indica|
|Parents||Euforia x Cheese|
|Flowering period||8.5 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Dutch Passion|
Dutch Cheese is the result of selecting and hybridising various dank varieties. This strain delivers solid highs and delicious flavours - ganja connoisseurs are really into this one. The yields are fantastic and it’s an easy-going plant. Dutch Cheese won the 1st prize at Copa de la Revolución Argentina 2013, and 2nd prize at the Copa da Maconha do Rio de Janeiro during the same year.
Dutch Passion wanted to improve the Cheese qualities of their best cheesy varieties. They hybridised the Cheese with various strains. The winner was a Cheese x Euforia hybrid, which Dutch Passion named "Dutch Cheese". The cheesy smell and qualities of the Cheese are still there, but they’re improved by Euphoria's skunky genetics.
This 60% sativa and 40% indica strain induces an all-around high. Uplifting and confident sensations precede the relaxing meditative vibes. With the THC levels hitting that 12-15% mark, Dutch Cheese is perfect for chilled-out, functional smoke sessions.
Dutch Passion recommends growing this magnificence indoors or in a greenhouse, although outdoor growers will still receive bountiful high-quality yields. Dutch Cheese reaches around 60-80cm indoors, while outdoors, medium heights can be expected. The internodal spaces are a bit stretched, which is perfect for preventing mould. The flowering period takes around 8.5 weeks. Dutch Passion breeders have declared this hybrid to be their favourite Cheese hybrid. The cheesy aromas and flavours are reminiscent of gourmet pizza slices.