I received the honor of writing a Cannabis-Centric Valentine’s Day gift guide from my kind editors at Forbes- after my pitch, of course! The overall topic was certainly not your usual fare. The best diamond, best bottle of Single Malt Scotch, best Swiss-chocolates, nor the best online rose retailer interested me. I wanted something that most people have never thought about. And even fewer have tried. The Cannagar!
A Cannagar is much more granular that just another dozen roses. So in the room that I have to entice you to either get on a plane and fly to the places where these, ‘hand-held’ works of art can be acquired, you should then start dreaming of next year. Because a Luxury Cannagar is one of those things in life that a cannabis smoker lusts after. He/she may have tasted the finest herbs that money can buy and rightfully so. They are successful cannabis-heads and they take deep pride in their educated, good taste regarding their passion for rare cultivars. These, of course come at an extreme cost. But as the old saying goes, you get what you pay for. In the case of a Cannagar, it is a combination of the finest flowers, grown with love on the top quality farms, woven into a tangle of concentrates, waxes, rosins, shatters, oils, kief, or a combination of all or none! There is extraordinary soul that goes into the manufacture of a Cannagar. It makes shelling out over a hundred dollars or much, much more, for one even more deeply enticing and just the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day.
But can just anyone say that they have smoked such an intriguing delivery system? Sure, somewhere along the way they may have assimilated the eloquence of a cherished Cuban Cigar. Because what successful business person hasn’t heard of the quality tobacco cigars made in Cuba. Their forms inspired these modern day artists who don’t use tobacco, they use the finest cannabis that money can buy. Keep in mind, a Cannagar in the purest form does not have even a shard of tobacco. None at all. No wrapper made of acerbic and harsh tobacco leaf either. I don’t want to smoke nicotine! Certainly there is a genre of Cannagars that arrive wrapped in tobacco leaf, but that does not appeal to my purist sensibility. I find tobacco off-putting. The smell overpowers the fine cannabis flowers, and I certainly don’t want the harmful chemicals that are released by burning in my mouth and lungs. There is a whole subculture that demands tobacco wrapped cannabis cigars, but that is for someone else to write about. I don’t care for tobacco. My recommendation? Keep it pure and elegant.
If you are seeking the very best Cannagars for the Cannabis-Head in your life, may I suggest starting here. Valentine’s Day only comes once per year!
Xiaolin: As in Made in Xiaolin. This intriguing, all-hand-crafted, Cannagar is wrapped in the gold as if to exemplify the extraordinary lengths that these inspired artisans take to make their ultra-high net worth Cannagar more than a treasured memory long after its gone. Luxury doesn’t even scratch the surface with the term, Rolled Proper. If you should find yourself in the Denver, Colorado area and you have a pocket full of gold coins, find one of these ultra-elegant Cannagars and seek perfection, through enlightenment. Prepare to spend as much as four hundred and twenty dollars for the pleasure that only the top of the house have savored. If you love elegance and gold, you’ll hunger for Xiaolin.
Las Vegas Rose Gar is a remarkable take on the ‘classic’ Cannagar. Wrapped in the finest, pesticide and chemical free rose petals, there is no other Cannagar or Rose Gar, quite like it on the market today. I challenge you take the very first flight to Las Vegas that you can. Why? Because I’m pretty sure that with Valentine’s Day coming right up, the availability of a Rose Gar will be just about as easy as finding a twenty-five dollar dozen of roses on Valentine’s Day. Impossible! (If you have to ask the price, they’re too expensive, but what is the value of love?)
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Published: January 28, 2019
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