by Castle Rock Farms
THC 410.0-470.0mg/g CBD 0.0-10.0mg/g
Original price
Current price $21.99
6.0g cannabis per unit SKU 1064948
Three-pack of pre-rolls infused with botanical terpenes and diamonds, with a diamond-coated exterior.
  • Product details
  • Lemon Cherry Gelato is an indica-dominant cultivar created by crossing the legendary Sunset Sherbet x Girls Scout Cookies. These full-flower inputs are infused with strain-specific diamonds and botanical terpenes, with an exterior coated in a layer of diamonds. These diamond-infused pre-rolls maintain a smooth smoke with a concentrated kick of a sweet flavour. The use of craft flower inputs paired with the high-quality extract creates a product fit for true connoisseurs.
    • Produced in British Columbia
    • Producer Castle Rock Farms
    • Common name LEMON CHERRY GELATO
    • Type Indica-Dominant
    • THC 410.0-470.0mg/g
    • CBD 0.0-10.0mg/g
    • Method of consumption INHALE
    • Extraction process Heat
    • Flavour(s) Lemon Cherry
    • Shelf stability minimum temperature (celsius) 10
    • Shelf stability maximum temperature (celsius) 24
    • Packaging material Plastic

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