Introducing Copper Pot Blends
As you may or may not know we operate in a former Hershey chocolate factory and although we’ve transformed the structure into a state-of-the-art marijuana growing operation, the buildings history still finds ways to weave its narrative into Tweed. One shining example of this is our newest offering, Copper Pot Blends.
When we first took ownership of the factory we would often go foraging for old relics, useful items, and oddities. On one of these foraging expeditions we came across two beautiful, food-grade copper mixing drums, which presumably were once used to create some delicious confectionary in the latter half of the 20th century. What to do with them was unknown at that time but we knew they would serve a purpose one day.
At Tweed we are always listening to the dialogue within the industry, the medical community and from our own customers. One of the consistent messages that we have been hearing was the need to develop and create blends with varying levels of THC and CBD. So we challenged our grow team to find a series of strains that would complement one another, asking them to draw upon their experiences with the plants, intuition, and specific strain information to create these unique combinations.
Precisely measured and hand blended by our Grow Team, Copper Pot Blends offer customers a curated mixture of Tweed strains, blended together to create a variety of THC and CBD potencies to suit our customers' varying tastes and needs.
These blends are made from Tweed’s quality tested bud, which we milled and blended to create precise potencies and genetic combinations.
Healthcare professionals can trust these products for their precise consistency and availability. In that spirit, we’ve named the blends after our favourite fictional doctors from literature and film.
Copper Pot Blends are available in the Tweed Shop now.
Here's to Future Growth.
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