5 new cannabis products to try from Kush Queen, HVGC, and more
With so many great cannabis brands launching exciting new products in new markets, it can be difficult to keep track of every release. So we summarize some major publications. This week we’re looking at releases from MXXN, Select, and more.
MXXN: New poured alcohol-free spirits
MXXN is a new cannabis brand that creates infused non-alcoholic “spirits” intended to replace classic cocktails. On offer are 750-milliliter bottles with 100 milligrams of THC (6 milligrams per serving) in Jalisco Agave to replace tequila drinks, London Dry for a gin and tonic dupe and Kentucky Oak for whiskey and scotch.
Kush Queen: New Halloween Collection
Known for its infused topicals and bath products, Kush Queen has launched a new Halloween collection inspired by founder Olivia Alexander’s Louisiana roots. The line called “Spirit of the Bayou” includes a Delta-8 THC elixir with 20 milligrams of CBD and a black and green multi-layered bath bomb with 200 milligrams of CBD.
Select: New vaporizer hardware
Recently launched by Select, Cliq is a new vaporizer and pod system that is pocket-sized and discreet. The vaporizer is compatible with the Select pads, which are filled with the brand’s elite oils. Select is currently available in Arizona, California, and Oregon and plans to roll out the device in more states in the coming months.
Available: Arizona, California and Oregon
HVGC: New Living Resin Strains
Run by a team of veterans, Helmand Valley Growers Company (HVGC) has just added five new strains to their line of live resin vape cartridges, and 100% of the profits go directly to the Battle Brother Foundation. New strains include Sundae Driver, Animal Mintz, THC Bomb, Black Jack and Wedding Cake.
Seed & Smith: limited edition dart vape pens
Colorado-based Seed & Smith partnered with musicians Big Gigantic to launch its limited edition dart vaporizer pen. The exclusive dart pen is now available at Seed & Smith pharmacies and features a batik design as well as two limited edition varieties selected by the music duo: Gigantic Purple Lemons and Big Orange Dream.
All proceeds for the pen go to the Big Gigantic Difference Foundation, which supports local charities.
Selected image courtesy of Kush Queen
Hannah is a Seattle-based writer and editor. She has worked in the cannabis industry for three years and continues to learn and research.