Note: Just to give the reader a little background – I’ve purchased and smoked THC Design thrice prior to making this review.
Let’s begin with intentions. I’ve seen a lot of top-shelf buds being sold for $45 or more and wondered if they’re worth the money. As someone who smokes a lot of weed, sometimes I’m satisfied with paying $45 as a limit for an 8th. Most of the time I admit that I’d rather have half an ounce of a lower quality mid versus a top-shelf exotic. Because weed is weed and most of the time we just smoke it to get high.
On the rarest of occasions, I do give in and buy a top-shelf 8th just to try it. I know a lot of people out there are looking for non-sponsored reviews about bud. So here I am, giving the internet the pros and cons of buying the THC Design box.
Why It’s Worth It:
It’s a higher quality smoke.
Every time I drop by a dispensary or order from Eaze, I make sure to try new strains. So far, every strain has distinct types of high and possess diverse flavors. This strain ranges from fruity to earthy – a mild cascade of flavorful notes that, when inhaled, doesn’t result in coughing or hacking.
Stem-wise, there isn’t much. Each bud has a soft, spongy texture with a smattering of orange hairs – green colas and semi-sticky from the trichomes. The glass jars contain Boveda humidifiers that help maintain the buds’ freshness.
Other perks include –
- Beeswax coated hemp wick
(Actually, getting the box depends on the dispensary. After my second time ordering from Eaze, I didn’t receive the box anymore.)
The box carries the company’s vision, who packaged it, and a batch number. However, it doesn’t give a date of packaging or a free lighter. But it’s understandable since every company has its little way of giving out perks.
Why It’s Not Worth It:
If it’s just getting high and sticking to what you know, then buying THC Design would be a waste. I think some people buy expensive buds just for the experience. If it is about your experience then this is a gateway brand to the wonderful world of higher quality bud and “designer weed”.
The strains available on their roster are the everyday-smoke kind but the price point is limiting if there’s a budget involved.
(I also have a hard time storing the boxes.)
Price range: $45 – $75 (depending on where you buy it)
Bud quality: High
Availability: Common (around California)
Flavor profiles: Smooth, fruity, and earthy
Effects: Ranges per strain but overall positive
Best smoked with a pipe or a bong to get maximum flavor and experience
Personally, it’s worth the toke. I’m a huge fan of flower and sometimes the good stuff is hard to come by.