Various products by Tommy’s Craft

Published on September 16, 2022 by David Wylie

A selection of Tommy's Craft products. Photo: David Wylie/the oz.

Ever wonder what Tommy Chong would smoke?

We tried a selection of four Tommy’s Craft products purchased for us out of Alberta.

A variety of flavour and look, they were all impressive.

Photo: David Wylie/the oz.

Pink Mandarin

As the name suggests, you’re greeted with a citrus scent off the top. The bud was really nicely trimmed though a little dry.

There were a few good size buds with some scraggly bits that all together came in right on weight.

The smoke experience was pleasant, giving a little mouth tickle and burning with white ash.

With a THC level of 21.5% with 2.13% terpenes (Myrcene, Caryopyllene, and Linalool), it provided an active high.

Photo: David Wylie/the oz.

Grape Galena (Pre-rolls)

It would have been great to see the Grape Galena in flower format; however, apparently this cultivar grows in small buds so it’s milled and made into pre-rolls.

These short, stubby joints are all rolled consistently.

They have a nice grape smell, though not nearly as dank as Organnicraft’s Platinum Grapes.

It clocks in at 22.1% THC with 2.79% terpenes (beta-Caryophellene, Limonene, alpha-Humulene).

The joints burned evenly with blackish ash around the outside but light grey in the middle.

The high hit fast and hard.

About an inch from the cardboard filter, these started to taste off – not ideal with such short joints.

Photo: David Wylie/the oz.

Cherry ’47

Bred from AK 47 and Purple Punch strains, Cherry ’47 has a delightfully fruity smell that brightened up the room.

A good deep sniff provided notes of chocolate and cherry as well.

Though packaged nearly a year ago the buds were tight and beautiful.

It burned light grey.

The high is creative and functional.

It has 21% THC, with 2.81% Terpenes (beta-Caryophyllene, D-Limonene, beta-Myrcene).

Photo: David Wylie/the oz.

Bassdrop Crescendo

This one really packs a punch on the nose with a pungent gassy scent that leans into the cheese. It rolled up well but tended to go out sporadically once it was lit and burned with a much darker ash than the others.

It’s the heaviest THC hitter of the bunch at 22.7%, but a lightweight in terpenes with only 2.12% (beta-Myrcene, beta-Caryophyllene, alpha-Humulene.)

Overall thoughts

All four Tommy’s Craft products are flavourful and unique. Yet they still seem to have an undertone of cheese that’s even more pronounced on dry pulls.

Though the package dates were on the older side, the flower held up over time.