What defines “top-shelf cannabis?” There are some reasons to push a product to be top-shelf that surrounding potency, growing technique, and visual appeal. Sometimes though, it can, unfortunately, be used to create appeal for a less-than-stunning product.
Who sets this standard? As a consumer, how can you be sure that you’re purchasing a true product of this caliber? The requirements on the different qualities of extracts appear evident. There seems to be a universal agreement on those. There is some room for interpretation, which is evident in the variety of selections available in legal and illegal markets.
Being labeled high-end cannabis gets you the best display spots in the store. Budtenders will also recommend your products more to consumers. This means that it is important both as a grower or producer and as a consumer it is important to understand what places a product at that level.
Top-shelf cannabis needs to meet certain requirements. You may have read the difference between reggie, mids, and fire article. Those same requirements apply to top-shelf cannabis. However, branding can also be incorporated into this decision, especially in certain legal markets.
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Smell, looks, potency, and flavor are all important when determining if cannabis is worth of being on full display in a store. Top-shelf cannabis that smells like hay typically isn’t the first choice of consumers looking for a high-end product. Also contributing to a product receiving this coveted shelf space or label is the presentation.
High-end cannabis has to at least smell good, be potent, look good, and taste like a range of flavors. These should be your bare minimum expectations when purchasing cannabis, especially when it is labeled as top-shelf. You may have different expectations of what is required to have this label and that’s fine.
Examples of Top-Shelf Cannabis
List NOT organized based on quality.
- The Gelatti
- Candy Rain
- London Poundcake 53
- Pink Runtz
- Candyland Cookies
- Gary Payton
- White Runtz
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