by Dabble Cannabis Co.
THC 650.0-750.0mg/g CBD 0.0-10.0mg/g
Limited quantity
Original price
Current price $51.99
4.0g cannabis per unit SKU 1062652
High terpene, cold-cured live rosin made from Cowichan Valley sungrown Blueberry Cream
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  • Dabbleberry Live Rosin is a high terpene, pale golden cold-cured live rosin made from freshly frozen Cowichan Valley sungrown Blueberry Cream. Grown, washed, pressed and packaged for you from soil to oil by Dabble Cannabis Co., a BC family farm. Dabbleberry has an overwhelming aroma of key lime, with more subtle notes of rosemary and blueberry. Flavours of vanilla; a nod to the Wedding Cake lineage, with a fruity blueberry finish. This live hash rosin is made from the 73-159u trichome heads.
    • Produced in British Columbia
    • Brand Dabble Cannabis Co.
    • Producer Rosebud Productions
    • Common name BLUEBERRY CREAM
    • Type Hybrid
    • THC 650.0-750.0mg/g
    • CBD 0.0-10.0mg/g
    • Method of consumption INHALE
    • Extraction process Water
    • Shelf stability minimum temperature (celsius) 15
    • Shelf stability maximum temperature (celsius) 25
    • Packaging material Paper
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