5 new weed products you should try from Monogram, Papa & Barkley, and more


With so many great cannabis brands releasing exciting new products in new markets, it can be hard to keep track of every release. So we’re rounding up a few significant releases. This week, we look at releases by Monogram, Papa & Barkley, Fun Uncle, Raw Garden, and Select.  Monogram: No. 01 Heavy OG Handroll In the era of celebrity weed brands, Jay-Z is still a big deal. I mean, c’mon, he’s Jay-Z. This makes Jay-Z’s luxury weed brand Monogram one to keep an eye on over the coming years.  Today, Monogram is releasing No. 01 Heavy OG Handroll (pictured above), a huge preroll meant to replicate the experience of smoking an expensive cigar. Hand-rolled with Monogram’s No. 01 strain, which Monogram’s Culture & Cultivation Ambassador DeAndre Watson calls a “great strain if you want to chill and focus on the task at hand.” I was lucky enough to try it myself and found it does make for a nice, long smoking session. The No. 01 Heavy is typically sold in 2-gram and 4-gram jars under a “Medium” label, but this new batch was more potent so it’s labeled “Heavy” for the handroll.   With over 25 years of experience in the cannabis industry, DeAndre ‘De’ Watson serves as lead Culture & Cultivation Ambassador for MONOGRAM. For the last year and a half, he’s worked closely with the team to set the standard – from each harvest to every roll. pic.twitter.com/YE4F75fpkN— MONOGRAM (@monogramcompany) December 19, 2020https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js “The more potent buds combined with our proprietary rolling method creates a superior smoking experience with a product that will last for multiple sessions, burning slowly and evenly every time,” Watson said. “We hope the Weedmaps audience is able to experience this product for what it is – the first of its kind.”  Available: California Find…

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