Aphria Inc., a global cannabis-lifestyle consumer packaged goods company, today announced that Broken Coast Cannabis Inc. is entering the concentrates category with the addition of Wax to its premium product lineup.
Broken Coast Wax is made from its premium B.C. flower and joins its award-winning roster of cultivars in Canada. As the latest innovation for the brand, Broken Coast’s high THC (70%+) wax offers a clear expression of each cultivar’s profile. Broken Coast uses Hydrocarbon Extraction to extract desired cannabinoids and terpenes from the flower, bringing out rich and complex aromas in the wax product.
“We’re really excited to see our cannabis made into a wax. The quality and unique terpene profile of each strain really shines through! I think people are going to really enjoy experiencing their favorite strains in a concentrated form,” said Kevin Anderson, Broken Coast’s Head Grower. “It is thrilling to provide our consumers a variety of consumption options that are in line with Broken Coast’s quality.”
Broken Coast’s Wax will be available in single 1g units and will be offered in popular strains Stargazer, Muskmelon OG and Up In The Sky. This new offering is currently available online and in select retail stores nationally. It will be rolling out in other markets across the country (except Quebec) over the next few months. This is the third innovation recently launched by Broken Coast, following its entry into the 2.0 market with the launch of 510 Vapes, and the recent announcement of a new dried flower strain, Pipe Dream.
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Broken Coast Cannabis, a cannabis producer based in British Columbia, is proud to be Canadian owned and operated. Broken Coast believes that quality results from adhering to strict procedural protocol and environmental control. Through an extensive system of operating procedures, they provide the highest levels of purity, quality, and customer satisfaction. Premium cannabis is grown hydroponically in a custom-built facility, in small batches in single-strain rooms, and harvested on a rotational cycle to ensure they have a steady supply of fresh product in stock.