Dear Stoner: I see more old-school hash when I go shopping. Does it make a comeback, or does it just work that way?
Dear Oatsie: Compared to splinter, wax, rosin and live resin, it is still difficult to find classic concentrates like bubble hash or kief. But you’re still up to something. Overall, concentrates are a growing sector in legal cannabis sales, according to several market reports that are flipping market shares for flower and evaporator cartridges away. Bubble or Lebanese hash, Moroccan gold and kief do not grow as fast as live resin or rosin, but they do have their own mini-increase in pottery.
Three budgetmen have told me that Greenery Hash FactoryLebanese and Moroccan hash has been selling fast lately, a treat I wish I had known before I had to drive to my fourth pharmacy to find some last week. The hash factory is available at over 225 pharmacies now, and it’s not the only old-school operation that sees more action. That Flower Collective and Dadirri, two water hash producers, have also appeared across Colorado, at over 250 and 100 pharmacies, respectively. Enjoy the hash revival.
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