Canadian hashish big Aurora Hashish Inc. (NASDAQ: ACB) (TSX:ACB) revealed Wednesday it can roll out three new proprietary cultivars beneath its adult-use hashish model San Rafael ’71. The three cultivars are dubbed Stonefruit Sundown, Lemon Rocket, and Driftwood Diesel.
The latest plant varieties have been produced within the firm’s state-of-the-art analysis facility, Aurora Coast, which is concerned in selective hashish breeding. The Alberta-based firm additionally touts one of many most intensive genetic libraries on the planet.
The indica cultivars and new hybrid are the primary recreational-use flower merchandise Aurora has commercialized from this facility.
The entire firm’s San Rafael ’71 dried flower merchandise are grown in step with the best high quality necessities and are hung dried and hand bottled. Aurora provides a humidity pack to every jar to assist the product keep contemporary.
These three new merchandise can be obtainable in Canada beginning in July.
“Utilizing insights from shoppers and sufferers, our cultivation and breeding group at Aurora Coast developed and screened over 7,000 particular person plant genetics to seek out these three elite cultivars, bred from probably the most in-demand genetic households – Cake, Gasoline, Gelato, and GMO,” John McEachern, Senior Director, Model Advertising at Aurora Hashish said.
“Our focus was to develop new and differentiated merchandise with excessive efficiency ranges and terpene content material that fulfill shoppers’ distinctive and complex wants. We’re excited to satisfy these client wants by way of the brand new lineup of San Rafael ’71 strains. Our strong genetics library is nicely poised to proceed delivering new and differentiated product choices throughout our manufacturers,” McEachern concluded.
New Cultivars Particulars
Stonefruit Sundown This can be a hybrid pressure developed from Gasoline and Gelato cultivars, providing 19-25% THC. It additionally brings an unique aroma mixture of sherbet, berries and gasoline from its key terpenes Caryophyllene, Limonene, and Myrcene.
This hybrid pressure comes from a cross of Gasoline and Cake, boasting 20%+ THC. Aurora claims it affords a “very pungent aroma of gasoline” with a contact of lemon from its key terpenes Limonene, Caryophyllene, and Myrcene.
This indica pressure is a mix of GMO and Gasoline cultivars containing 21-27% THC. Its aroma is alleged to be very highly effective and totally different, coming as a mix of “chem and bitter style with earthy, nutty and musky notes.”
Aurora’s shares have been buying and selling 4.37% greater at $10.49 per share on the time of writing.