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The Cuvee cannabis strain is a remarkable marijuana strain with a rich and sweet bud that is reminiscent of cherries, whipped cream, and hot chocolate. Translated in French, the term “Cuvee” means “something that has been blended especially for its delicious purpose.”
This Indica- dominant cannabis plant comprises of sensational genetics. In addition, it has a unique and refreshing citrusy undertone that becomes prominent only when inhaled. Though a favorite when making concentrates, it is also found in nug form if you really know where to look for it.
The organoleptic Cuvee strain was developed as a result of mixing the Pinot Noir with the Space Queen. The earthy flavors of chocolate and cherries induce a smooth and relaxing effect on the inhaler. Apart from being delicious, the strain is great for those suffering from depression or chronic stress.
When grown indoors, it grows in dense buds with short height. However, those growing it outdoors can expect it to grow to significant heights, thus requiring some string support. There are in total, three phenotypes of Cuvee. The first has a strong cherry flavor. The second reminds you of a strong chocolate flavor. The third has an early flowering cycle and smells of a creamy flavor.
What are cannabis strains? They are either pure or hybrid varieties of the plant genus cannabis, which includes the species C. sativa, C. indica, and C. ruderalis. To learn more, check out MarijuanaDoctors.com‘s directory of marijuana strains.