What’s new in weed: products and news from Vibes Papers, High Life Farms, and more
Hannah Meadows∙ December 17, 2021 1:14 pm PST | Updated 3 days ago
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 Vessel and a unique ski promotion from Veritas Fine Cannabis.
Vessel: New one-hitter accessory
Based in California, Vessel entered the dry-herb accessories front with its latest release, the Helix. A one-hitter made of pure brass, the twisted “helix” within the outer gunmetal shell acts as a filtering system by catching debris and buildup from continual one-hit inhalation.
High Life Farms: New vape cartridges with 4Score
Teaming up with Michigan-based cannabis brand 4Score, High Life Farms announced the release of its new 1-gram distillate cartridges coming out December 17. Cannabis consumers in the Great Lakes State can now find these full-gram cartridges in Acapulco Gold, Agent Orange, 9 Pound Hammer, Green C, Banana Runtz, Cherry Pie, Maui Wowie, Headband, and Northern Lights strains.
Vibes Papers: New rolling papers with rapper Berner
Released on December 14, rapper Berner and Vibes Papers just introduced The Cali rolling papers. Available in one-, two-, and three-gram sizes, The Cali papers are made with hemp, organic hemp, rice paper, and ultra-thin options in Berner's preferred cylindrical rolling style.
Veritas Fine Cannabis: Ski season promotion
To celebrate the ski season, Veritas Fine Cannabis has announced a unique promotion: every Friday throughout the ski season, anyone who purchases an eighth jar of Veritas flower will have a chance to win a pair of Nomad 105 skis, designed by Colorado-based artist Morgan Mandala, from popular ski brand Icelantic.
The eighth jars include a sticker with a code that can be redeemed online to enter the giveaway. This promotion is valued at over $700.
Hannah is an Oregon-based writer and editor. She’s worked in the cannabis industry for over five years and continues to learn and explore.