Cannagars: Is The Luxury Product Worth Its Weight In Flower?

This article was originally published on Flowertown, and appears here with permission.

The price points on luxury products are funny things.

Take cigars, for example. A Gurkha His Majesty’s Reserve cigar will set you back $750. Sure, the wrappers are aged for 15 years and the filler is infused with Louis XIII cognac, but at the end of the day, no one who buys a His Majesty’s Reserve cigar believes that the price tag is justified by the product. They buy them to say they did.

At hundreds of dollars a pop it’s more about the status symbol than the cigar – however exquisite the cigar in question might be. You could make the same argument for pricey wines, luxury cars, and designer clothes.

Is it any wonder that cannabis is trying to tap into those sweet luxury market dollars, too?

Enter the cannagar

A cannabis cigar-like blunt. Cannagars contain ground up flower, often supplemented with a little concentrated THC.

They’re rolled in marijuana leaves, which gives them the distinct green coloring that visually sets them apart from a traditional, tobacco cigar. And they retail anywhere from $100 to $3,600.

And by …

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