Old Pal Sativa Pre-Rolls 2-Pack
Ranked 9 of 9 in Pre-Rolls for Effect
Activation time: 1/5
Overall Score: 1
Head High None
Body High None
We feel like Old Pal should have paid us to smoke these pre-rolls. Since they only contained low-quality trim anyway, selling these pre-rolls is basically just recycling a waste product.
Sure, there was THC in our Old Pal pre-rolls, and we noticed its effects almost immediately. Pre-rolls are tricky birds, however, and if the plant material isn’t high-quality enough, the smoke produced will be so acrid and hard to get down that any potential effects will be majorly diminished.
We suppose there’s something inherently convenient about slipping a small canister of pre-rolls in your pocket whenever you want to have a smoke handy. This is a terrible product, though, that’s only worth buying for the semi-reusable container it comes in.
We can’t say enough negative things about the flavor and aroma of these Old Pal Sativa pre-rolls. They were downright disgusting, and we wouldn’t recommend them to anyone. Any underlying deliciousness of the cannabis plant was drowned out by sub-par cultivation and processing.
Stick to one joint per session. Prepare to be unable to make it through a single repulsive joint, though.
Old Pal is targeting smokers on a budget with these low-quality pre-rolls. You’re just throwing money away, though, if you buy Old Pal joints. There are lots of pre-rolls out there for around the same price that deliver a lot more bang for your buck.
No, Old Pal pre-rolls are among the worst joints we’ve ever smoked. We would heartily recommend that you stay far away from these low-quality pre-rolls. There are plenty of better options out there in the same price range.
Amazingly enough, no, Old Pal pre-rolls do not appear to be intoxicating. As a THC-rich cannabis product, you’d expect Old Pal’s pre-rolls to get you high, but the clouds of smoke we managed to choke down seemed about as effective as the bag of catnip your friend’s older brother sold you in high school.
No, Old Pal pre-rolls are not worth any amount of money. Targeted at lower-income smokers, Old Pal joints contain the worst-quality flower imaginable, which wouldn’t be so bad if there weren’t plenty of other $7 pre-roll 2-packs in California that are so much better.
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1 Joint, .5g THC
Target Age Group
Flower and Oil
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written by Samuel Popejoy