Cannabis Photography/Review – Licensed
Spinach by Cronos Group Inc.
Packaged: January 13th, 2021
Price: $29.95 + Taxes / 3.5G
Purchased: Spiritleaf (now Atlantic Cannabis)
Owned by Cronos Group, another one of the Walmart of Cannabis companies that entered the legal market.
With seemingly very little to offer up in the way of worthwhile products.
It looks to me like it’s a pump-and-dump stock operation. In other news, I’ll let them Fellate themselves a little here…
With international production and distribution across five continents. Cronos Group is committed to building disruptive intellectual property by advancing cannabis research, technology and product development. With a passion to responsibly elevate the consumer experience, Cronos Group is building an iconic brand portfolio. Cronos Group’s portfolio includes PEACE NATURALS™, a global wellness platform, two adult-use brands, COVE™ and Spinach™, and three hemp-derived CBD brands, Lord Jones™, Happy Dance™ and PEACE+™.https://thecronosgroup.com/index.php#about
THREE THINGS THAT MAKE OUR WORLD GO ROUND, AND ROUND.
Each better together, always and forever. Spinach™ is here for all the fun that only happens with friends. Where we grow closer by the experiences we share, and the moments made a little more epic whenever there’s legendary cannabis to go around.
Welcome to the Budstuff
We are going in Dry…
If they look generally compact and solid to you, that’s because they really were.
It is one of the driest cannabis products I’ve purchased to date. The one exception would have been Tweed’s LBS Moonbeam.
You could have done lines of that product, and the ground bud here was not far off that.
Pressed between your fingies they were crumbling, and that’s super disappointing.
As you’d expect from old dry weed balls, there was no nose and the high was very short-lived.
However, While looking into the company, I found an especially problematic recurring issue. Products are different despite the labels.
Which have been proven by shops opening multiple jars each appearing to be a different cultivar.
I’ve noticed that all Spinach buds tend to have a very similar look to them, this really dense, hard, and just muted look across most of their products.
If this was at some point a white widow plant, it is by far the most disappointing version of it I’ve tried to date which includes our own closet-grown tester.
It’s a nice day for some White Widow. For the most part, I would have preferred to smoke the leaves pictured next to the weed.
Consequently don’t those look markedly delicious in comparison?
There really wasn’t a lot to say about this product, it was just really a letdown in every aspect.
I don’t see this cultivar or brand being a repeat buy unless I significantly improved offerings.