Cresco live resin cartridges are manufactured by Cresco Labs. Started in 2010, it is a company that is among the fastest growing in the newly formed cannabis industry. Operating in 11 states and with 15 active production facilities, they’re a true powerhouse in the market. They create an array of cannabis products from flower to shatter, manufacturing everything in-house.
All of their products are classified into one of three color coded sections by strain. Rise, which is sativa dominant and color coded red. Refresh, which is a hybrid and color coded green. Rest, which is indica dominant and color coded blue. Their vape cartridges make use of CCELL technology and are available for retail purchase in California and Illinois.
In this review we’ll be checking out their Dream Walker cartridge and see if it can have us walking on the clouds.
Cresco prices a bit high for its compromises
At a price point of $25 for a half gram, that’s not bad, but it’s not fantastic either. Overall I’d say you certainly get what you pay for on the potency and efficiency side of things, with each cart providing plenty of high potency hits. However it fails to deliver anything standout or overly memorable like the Korova Super Silver Haze cart did. They’ve got a bit of a way to go to compete on that level, one can hope that with as large a company as they are they can make the adjustments necessary.
Not providing tests isn’t a good look for Cresco Labs
The packaging for the Cresco cartridge provides only incredibly vague unhelpful information and nothing in the way of any verification for what they have. No testing results is pretty common on carts, however at this price we did expect it. cresco live resin cartridge
This definitely negatively impacts the perception of the oil regardless of its otherwise seemingly good quality. When even cheaper carts like NUG freely provide their testing it’s not encouraging for higher end cartridge manufacturers not to. It makes one wonder if they have something to hide even if that isn’t necessarily the case.
Cresco Labs cart could use some refinement
While the high it delivers is definitely pleasant and long lasting it falls short on flavor, leaving nothing memorable. Its packaging is also so simplistic that it leaves very little impression and, overall, this makes for a very unmemorable cartridge. Combined with the lack of testing and at the high price point it is that’s something that’s not easy to accept. An organization the size of Cresco should be showing lab results. This definitely puts them on a losing foot against the likes of Kurvana, Jetty and Airo Pro. cresco live resin cartridge