Double Delicious is a Wenatchee WA based producer. Asides from the name being excellent (go ahead, say it a few times in your best Gob Bluth voice), it also serves an important point – their weed tastes fucking delicious.
Looking at their website, Double Delicious’ products are grown and processed using environmental [SIC] conscientious practices during all phases of production, our varieties are generated to boost specific qualities of the plant such as taste, color, smell, and effects.
I’m all about environmentally conscientious practices, especially when it comes to growing the marijuana I plan on enjoying.
On top of growing and tending their own nugs, Double Delicious also offers services to purchase and trim flower from WA producers (yielding multiple forms of product). This helps new, smaller recreational marijuana operations by getting them up and running faster, and reducing start up costs.
The package for Cheese Quake is pretty intense, to say the least. It’s a got a look and feel that seems to shout THIS IS FOR STONERS. Most marijuana packaging is subtle, simple, and generally focused on the product inside. This is like the Michael Bay of packaging nugs, I mean even the negative space is in the shape of a pot leaf. It’s not a bad thing, not every vessel for transporting marijuana has to be rustic.
Enough about that, let’s talk about the strain:
Strain: Cheese Quake
Species: Sativa Dominant Hybrid (Cheese + Querkle)
Smell: Cheese Funk + Lemon + Sweetness
Taste: Lemon + Dryer Sheets
Launch Point: 2-3 minutes after smoking
High: Heavy + Bubbly
Picture a pocket of flowers, then a earthquake happens (note: the earth is made of cheese). This is what Cheese Quake smells like. It’s definitely one of the strongest strains in terms of it’s pungent nature, I found myself lighting incense more often. It’s a delicious aroma, though – don’t get me wrong; however some of us attempt to be considerate to others living in the same household.
You can see from the photo that the bud is nice and crisp. For just a 1 gram package, Cheese Quake had some gnarly nugs that were clearly cured with love.
The taste is spectacular, intensely floral and funky. You could be sampling some ripe blue cheese, a few grapes, perhaps an aged Red wine – and Cheese Quake would be right at home in the mix. Working with food myself, it’s only natural for comparisons and pairings to bounce around the ol’ noggin.
Getting high with Cheese Quake is, as it’s name suggests, a potent experience. I was stoned within the first three minutes of hitting the mini bong, the onset was perfect. It really reminded of the bongs you find on sites similar to King’s Pipe (kings-pipe.com/) that my friends and I wanted to try a while back, but never really got the chance to. The feeling is super bubbly, almost like I’m walking around with a Django Reinhardt soundtrack following me. Often times I’ve wished for a real life soundtrack, turns out you’ve just got to make the music yourself.
Speaking of music, Cheese Quake really works with headphones. Dig into some of your favorite tracks, and space out. On the other hand, the peppy high lends itself to going out and about. Grilling is a perfect activity while sampling this strain; nothing like some good people, cold beers, sizzling meat, and a powerful herb.
Double Delicious, thank you for the superior product. We will be sampling another DD strain soon, called Dirty Girl. In the meantime, I’d highly suggest taking advantage of this summer weather and hitting up the retailer closest to you for some Cheese Quake.