We tried it: Dogwalkers prerolls

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As a teenager growing up in Southern California during the transition from “medicinal marijuana” to “legal cannabis,” the idea of a pack of joints existing like a pack of cigarettes was but a spark of excitement for a distant future. Now, not only is the joint pack a reality, it’s a multi-dimensional universe.  Infused joints, king-size joints, tarantula joints, multi-strain packs — the list is never-ending. Then you have the ubiquitous mini-joint packs.  There’s a number of reasons that mini-joints have become a preferred method of puffing prerolls. First, the size lends itself to new consumers who might find a giant joint covered in kief daunting. Second, it’s discreet in that you can take a quick smoke break, become the perfect amount of high in a mere matter of minutes, and return to the function with Karens none the wiser. Third, weed is strong enough these days to warrant just a couple puffs — I’m a huge stoner, and almost never finish a normal-sized joint alone in one sitting.  The only issue I have with mini-joints is that they get super dry, tasteless, and harsh rather quickly. That’s why, when searching for the perfect mini-joint, quality is everything.  Enter Dogwalkers, a preroll line from cannabis conglomerate Green Thumb Industries, a national cannabis goods company and owner of Rise dispensary chain. While I don’t usually reach for corporate cannabis products when it’s time to blaze, I don’t feel that eliminating products just because they come from the corporate side of weed is exactly fair either.  TLDR: Dogwalkers are great. They’re some of the best and, perhaps more importantly, consistent mini-joints on the market, beautifully packaged with a buoyant high to match. The particular pack of Dogwalkers I reviewed is the Hybrid blend dubbed Stay. Each 0.35g mini-joint (there are five in…

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