Purple Punchsicle by Dymond

Published on February 10, 2023 by David Wylie

Photo: David Wylie/the oz.

Vapes have been hit and miss for me.

It’s iffy whether I actually feel anything from them, and they usually sit in my stash unused.

Dymond Concentrates 2.0’s Purple Punchsicle is definitely a hit.

The 510-thread vape cart was recommended to me by a North Okanagan store owner. Dymond, based in nearby Enderby, BC, has years of experience with concentrates.

It shows in Purple Punchsicle’s look, taste, and effect.

The packaging does its job, securing the cart firmly inside; it does take a bit of effort to get it open.

The one-gram cart itself is slick. It has a nice design and the oil inside is a beautiful colour and consistency.

The glass mouthpiece feels great and the vapour just rolls out of it for smooth hits.

Its pleasant taste is a cross between a purple freeze pop and classic cannabis.

The Diamond Sauce vape combines THCA diamonds and ‘high terpene sauce.’ It hits hard with a heady high that melts down into the body.

The cart is 78.3% THC and is a Hybrid extract.

It was $37 before taxes, including BC’s vape tax, bumped the total by another $10.

I’ll look for more Dymond products in the future.