The Newest Cannabis Products in New Brunswick
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What’s New in New Brunswick
The maritime province can look forward to a steady stream of new products hitting store shelves in the months to come.
In addition to new varieties of dried flower, prerolls, and oils, cannabis consumers are also hotly anticipating the legalization of edibles, extracts, and topicals before the end of the year.
In this round-up we’ll feature brands, strains, products, and accessories that are newly available across the province.
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These grape-flavoured gummies contain 2 mg THC per unit and come in a pack of five.
Raspberry Gummies from Aurora
Aurora also has a raspberry version billed as a “sativa,” with 2 mg THC per unit in a five-pack.
Dark chocolate from Aurora
These chocolate bars from Aurora contain 2 mg THC per square, totalling 10 mg THC per package. Available in Sea Salt & Caramel and Dark Chocolate flavours, these confections are billed as “ethically sourced.”
Chillers from Aurora Drift
If you’re in the market for fresh breath and a little bit of cannabis, Aurora Drift’s Spearmint and Peppermint Chillers are neat options. Expect around 2 mg THC per chew in this five-pack, depending on the flavour.
Bakerstreet Peppermint Milk chocolate from Tweed
Made in an old Ontario chocolate factory, Tweed’s popular THC-dominant Bakerstreet strain has been infused into the chocolate mix to create a bar consisting of four 2.5 mg THC squares.
Infused-gummies from Foray
Flavours like Peach Mango, Pineapple Orange, and Raspberry Vanilla are available in the province, whether a two- or four-pack you can select varying THC/CBD ratios between 2.5 mg and 5 mg per piece depending on the flavour.
Infused-chocolate squares from Foray
With flavours like Vanilla Chai, Salted Caramel, and Dark Chocolate, these infused chocolates from the Dosecann brand are made using chocolate supplied by one of the world’s largest chocolate suppliers Barry-Callebout. The chocolate squares come in balanced and THC-dominant varieties (depending on flavour) containing up to 10 mg THC per unit.
Milk chocolate from Chowie Wowie
The High Park brand has infused cannabis into “delectable” milk chocolate. The THC-dominant chocolate bar has two pieces containing 5 mg THC each for a total of 10 mg THC per package.
Infused-gummies from Kolab
Kolab offers their two-pack gummies in Apple Green Tea and Grapefruit Hibiscus flavours. The Grapefruit chews will be intoxicating, with THC at 5 mg per piece and CBD levels under 0.5 mg while the Apple Green Tea flavour is CBD-dominant, with 5 mg CBD and 1 mg THC per piece.
This affordable collection of high quality cannabis boasts a collection of indica, sativa, and hybrid strains including LTRSR and MKLTR in preroll and dried flower options. Exclusive to Saskatchewan and New Brunswick residents for now, Re-Up’s competitive prices aim to make dents in the illicit market.
The Batch is a line of pocket-friendly flower new to New Brunswick retailers, 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 packages, to solo prerolls or a package of five.
The Nova Scotia-grown brand of cannabis is set to start supplying to licensed cannabis retailers in New Brunswick in the upcoming weeks. The brand’s repertoire currently includes a selection of dried flower and prerolls including strains such as Shamrock Sky, Sensi Star, All Kush, and Sweet Tartan (to name just a few).