Sweet Cheese

Seed Pack

About this product

Category Sweet Seeds

Sweet Cheese by Sweet Seeds is a combination between a Cheese and a Black Jack, making for a long flowering period that yields enormous amounts of flowers.

Flavor Fruity
Climate Cold
Effect Medicinal antidepressant
Genotype Mostly Indica
€12.18 Save 16%
Tax included


Secure transaction

Sent from

Add to wish list

Customer ratings

More product information

Customer ratings

Sweet Cheese by Sweet Seeds is a plant for those that are looking for unique, new flavors combined in a plant that's incredibly easy to grow. Cheese and Black jack are both plants known for how they taste, and the combination definitely lives up to the hype, making for the perfect fusion of flavors.

Indoors it’ll take around 9 weeks to flower, growing out long buds making it quite similar to Black Jack, although the buds are hard and dense like a Skunk strain – you can blame the Cheese for that. Sweet Cheese can easily deal with rookie mistakes such as high temperatures or fungi infestations. Its Black Jack genes are in charge of its intensely pungent aroma that’s similar to Palo Santo.

Outdoors it should be ready towards mid-September and it’ll yield some amazing resinous buds. Its compact structure makes it perfect for growing on terraces or in gardens where discretion is a must. Its small stature doesn’t necessarily mean that it produces few flowers – when done correctly it can give large yields of resinous buds.

It gives quite an intense, medicinal indica effect that’ll have you snoozing if you go overboard. It’s perfect for smoking after a hard day at work or with your partner. It has a sort of cheesy flavor that’s strong and intense.

  • Sativa/Indica: 30/70%
  • Flowering: 9 weeks indoors, mid-September outdoors.
  • Height: 0.8-1.3m indoors, 1.5-2.5m outdoors.

Product details

Category Sweet Seeds Reference Sweet Seeds UPC 11

Leave your product review

Grade Comments (0)

Product History

Product added to wishlist
Product added to compare.

This site uses cookies to improve the user experience. More information on this link.