Imagine yourself on vacation in wine country, feeling the ultimate sensation of relaxation while thoroughly enjoying your time with friends. In a way, Cuvee imparts the same type of experience with an indica-dominant profile that’s rich and delicious. Crafted in Northern California as a collaboration between TGA Genetics and Aficionado Seeds, this bud comes from a cross of Pinot Noir and Space Queen.
Cuvee is ideal for all users with a gentle average of 19% THC and nugs that will take your breath away. Each one is very heavy and dark in color, featuring blue undertones and bright orange pistils. Large amber trichomes cake every bud, and with enticing aromas and flavors, she’s become the favorite of many. Blueberries and cherries take over your senses with just a bit of a tangy element, and as you exhale, hints of chocolate also come into play. Delicious and smooth, Cuvee is almost like a fine wine in and of itself.
Although this strain isn’t shy when it comes to slight sedation, it’s balanced enough to be a great option for any time of the day. Her effects begin with a burst of euphoria that infuses creative and focused energy to the mind, allowing you to get smaller tasks done if you so desire. As this feeling wanes into stronger indica traits, users will notice that Cuvee provides a deep set of bodily tingles that accompany an introspective nature. You’ll likely feel relaxed and talkative with the ability to enjoy the company around you without any stress.
Since this bud can be used at any point throughout the day, medical users who need to treat their ailments as needed often choose Cuvee above all others. Her strong body buzz helps to soothe physical pain and inflammation while her pleasant mental attributes make depression and anxiety a thing of the past. Cuvee has also been known to settle an upset stomach, positioning her as a great choice before dinnertime.
As her native habitat is a sunny and gorgeous place, Cuvee thrives in an outdoor setting where she can be exposed to light and warmth. Indoor cultivation is also suitable, but may not produce yields quite as large. This plant is fairly easy to rear, making her a great option for novice cultivators and a good old standby for those who are more experienced. After 8 to 9 weeks you can reap your harvest, which is rumored to be fairly substantial.
With a fancy name like Cuvee you’d expect this bud to offer everything - great flavors, exciting effects, and ease of availability. By all accounts, she checks off all of the boxes, making this hybrid one that you have to try. Take her on your next trip or savor her at home and bring the vacation to your front door.