The Newest Cannabis Products in Alberta
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What’s New in Alberta
Cannabis in Alberta is flourishing! From an influx of newly licensed retail stores to a fresh crop of cannabis products on store shelves, cannabis consumers in this corner of Canada can expect constant improvement when it comes to supply and selection.
In this round-up we’ll feature brands, strains, products, and accessories that are newly available across the province.
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The Batch is a line of pocket-friendly flower new to Alberta, touted as “Quality cannabis that doesn’t cost a fortune.” Categorized by potency rather than cultivar, this blended whole flower contains between 10-16% THC. You can try The Batch in a variety of forms, from affordable quarter and half-quarter ($26.99!) packages to solo prerolls or a package of five ($24.95!).
48 North shipped its first order of dried flower to Alberta this month. The Ontario-grown cannabis brand debuted with the launch of its Granddaddy Purple pre-rolls boasting notes of grape and berry thanks to a terpenes like beta-caryophyllene, beta-pinene, and alpha-pinene.
More strains, including Green Crush, Power Plant, and Kosher Kush are expected on store shelves soon.
“48North is looking forward to sharing our high-quality cannabis with Alberta consumers. Without question, Alberta’s legal cannabis market is amongst the most robust in the country and we look forward to sharing our high-quality indoor-grown craft cannabis from DelShen and our outdoor-grown organic cannabis from Good:Farm with Albertan consumers,” said Alison Gordon, co-CEO of 48North.
Citrus Punch from Sundial
Joining a family of strains that also includes Zen Berry, Lemon Riot, and Daydream, the latest offering from this Alberta-grown brand of cannabis is this zesty mid-powered strain that boasts a high concentration of limonene and distinctive notes of fresh Florida oranges.
Nine varieties of dried flower including Bayou, Sierra, Terra, Helios, Horizon, Lagoon, Tsunami, Atlantis, and Nebula strains, are now available through Alberta Cannabis and private retailers across the province.