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Afghani Hash Plant Smalls$3.50 - $6.00 / Gram
CBD Dana$3.50 - $6.00 / Gram
Pink Kush$3.50 - $6.00 / Gram
Purple Kush$5.00 - $7.00 / Gram
Tuna Kush$3.50 - $6.00 / Gram
AA, Double-A, or Dubs as they are referred to, is the base entry-level for a decent cannabis flower. In most cases Double-A cannabis flower is browner than it is green the smell won’t be as pungent or pleasant, the flavour may be a little dull, the trim may be a little sloppy, but the effects can certainly still be very strong.
To some appearance and aroma is everything, a good “bag appeal” and a strong smell can be all it takes for some people. However, those on a budget can still experience amazing effects from cannabis in the Double-A range. In most cases, ounces go for $100 or less, making this a great introductory level flower.
How is Cannabis Graded?
Although there are many different methods for grading cannabis, the generally approved one is the A-AAAA grading system. Each grade also has a “Plus” assigned to it, usually implying that one or more grading categories were deemed higher than the others.
When grading cannabis, “tasters” look at 5 different characteristics to gauge the overall quality of the flower; Appearance, Aroma, Cure, Effects and Flavour.
Sometimes referred to as “bag appeal,” appearance refers to how eye-catching the flowers are. For many users, this is the most important of the 5 characteristics. Flowers are analyzed for the density of the flower, the resin produced, the structure of the buds and the overall trim.
A good cannabis flower captivates all of the senses. In most cases, a strong nose is a great indicator of a complex flavour profile. Flowers are analyzed for the complexity of aroma, the aroma of the flower once removed from packaging, and the aroma of the flower once it has been ground or broken up. For example, a complex aroma is considered to have at least 3 different unique characteristics.
To be considered a truly exceptional strain, the flower must be properly cured. Flowers are analyzed for how well they have been dried and their overall feel. To obtain the highest possible grade, flowers should not be wet from moisture but rather sticky from resin content. A flower’s ability to be broken down into smaller fragments without crumbling into dust is a sign of a well-cured flower.
Because cannabis affects everyone differently, it can be difficult to gauge effects for all users with a small “tasting” team. To remove variables and provide a consistent form of measurement, flowers are analyzed on the quickness of the high’s onset, the duration of the high, and the overall comfort of the consumer during the experience.
A great tasting flower can mean the difference in the entire experience for some consumers. Flowers that may lack in presentation or feel may blow someone away with a complexity of flavour. All flowers are analyzed for their complexity of flavours as well as their allure. When grading cannabis, the flower is both smoked and vaporized.