CVC only sells pre-rolls of the sixteen strains it offers. You can purchase the pre-rolled joints in three sizes:
- Petite – Contains 1/4 gram
- Half – Contains 1/2 gram
- Whole – Contains 1 gram per joint
Each pre-roll comes in a compact and reusable package. The number of joints contained corresponds to their size. For example, four Petites come in one tube, whereas only one whole joint comes in a tube.
As far as the strains produced by the farm, they are as follows:
- Blue Magoo
- Golden Lemons
- Grapefruit Diesel
- Shiatsu Kush
- Jack Wreck
- Pie Face
- Sour Tangie
- Strawberry Blue
- Trinidad OG
- Sour Banana Sherbet
- Cherry OG
Cascade Valley Cannabis Review
Regardless of what kind of cannabis you like, it’s clear that Cascade Valley knows how to grow some buds. While we would prefer to see some additional products in the company’s lineup, we also understand that it’s hard for such a small operation to expand outside of rolling some joints and cultivating some flowers.
As you can see, Cascade Valley tends to prefer Sativa-dominant strains, which is fine with us. As with most cannabis enthusiasts, we tend to take Indica at night, meaning Sativa works well for daytime use or going out on the town. All the strains Cascade Valley produces are top-notch, although we haven’t had a chance to sample them all.
One thing we appreciate is that CVC uses high-quality flowers for its products. All too often, pre-rolls are filled with sticks and stems and parts of the bud that don’t look very presentable. However, because this farm doesn’t sell buds directly, there’s no reason for any subterfuge.