Frequently Asked Questions

What is a pre-rolled joint?

Definition. A pre-roll is a joint or blunt of marijuana that was prepared before its intended time of consumption. One can purchase pre-rolls at a dispensary, which prove to be helpful if you don't want to roll a joint yourself.

How much does a pre-rolled joint cost?

Depending on the strain, its uniqueness, and its seasonality, our pre-rolled joints can range anywhere from $7.25 - $10 per pre-roll.

Are pre-rolled joints lower quality?

Provided the cannabis used to roll the joint was properly dried and cured, a correctly stored joint can last a long time. The important aspect here is 'correctly stored' because leaving your pre-rolls on the desk, in a drawer, or in your pocket is definitely NOT protecting them from harm. Only our best flowers go into our pre-rolls, vacuum-sealed with large Boveda 2-way humidity control packs, in line with our value of better products and better prices for better experiences.

How long does a pre-rolled joint stay fresh for?

If it's been properly harvested, dried, cured, and then stored, you can expect your weed to stay fresh for anywhere from six months to a year. If you've done an exceptionally good job of storing your bud (which we do), and you're a little bit lucky, you may be able to stretch that timeline even further.

How tightly should you pack a joint?

Your joint should feel evenly firm throughout the entire length of it, but with just a bit of give when its squeezed. If the joint is packed loosely, it will burn too quickly, the mixture might be falling out, the burn rate will be uneven, and the overall experience undesirable. If the joint is packed too tightly, each puff will feel strenuous, since there's not enough space between the packed flower to allow air to pass through. So pack it tight, but not too tight.

Does honey make joints burn slower (or tastier)?

Some experienced cannabis smokers report that coating the outside of the joint with honey helps slow the burn. For an added boost, consider sprinkling the honey-coated joint with some kief. We find that adding honey slows it down, and adds a caramelized sugar flavour to the smoke. Be careful, though — the burnt honey can sometimes drip, and potentially burn a hole in your outfit.

What does spliff mean?

A spliff is like a joint, but it has tobacco and cannabis mixed together in a rolling paper. They usually have more tobacco than a blunt, so will have even more of the energetic, buzzy effects of tobacco. Spliffs usually have crutches/tips/roaches/filters too.