Purchased: Legacy Market Price: 2 x 0.6g / $27
Contains Flower / Kief / Distillate (Infused Pre-Roll)
Pre-Rolls are generally frowned upon, and for the most part – I kind of agree.
There’s something to be said about knowing exactly what’s in there, choosing your flower for the roll, and overall coming away with a solid roll tailored to how you like to smoke.
Every so often though, we do like to dabble in the pre-roll territory if, for nothing other than convenience, no one is really re-inventing the wheel of pre-rolls despite all these legal cannabis LPs saying they have proprietary pre-roll methods that make their pre-rolls the best.
Sorry guys, the best “pre-roll” method, is going to be a well-done hand roll which isn’t exactly new or original, so I can’t imagine you lot are hand-rolling them in the legal market with claims of proprietary tech.
So what is a Jeffrey Joint, and why did I pay $27 for Two of Them?
Mostly the novelty, but we have had them once before and were pretty impressed with what it was. It’s a blend of “premium flower” all made magical by adding the dust of gods known as kief, and the sticky goo known to many as hot dog flavored water – thank god you skipped the chocolate starfish hey?
As you can see, there really is no wasted space on what they covered here, so while there are only .6 grams of flower – it definitely makes up for that in sticky, kiefy goodness. I’ve seen a few other legacy pre-rolls attempt this, but it’s never gone this well from what I’ve seen of other people’s experience.
Often times you see black ash, canoeing, dripping, etc., etc.
I’m pleased to say, with the Jeffrey Joint – there was none of that, an even consistent burn all the way through for both joints.
Terps were there, but to be honest with so many things going on with this it’s really hard to pinpoint exactly what, if any, singular cultivar was used, what I can say is the high was absolutely great. It hit quickly and settled into a very comfortable body high, with a Sativa feeling edge of energy. It crept into a bit of a floatier high for a bit, and I’d say it was a good 2 hours or so, but it’s hard to judge because we went to the 2nd one quicker than we probably needed to, so there’s that.
My overall impression is that it’s a great product, and while the price point is still higher than I’d normally pay for the type of product, especially a pre-roll with how smooth everything went, it’s definitely something I’d order again as a treat or for special occasions.
Next time I order one of these, I’ll be requiring a furry wall, for sure.