Cactus OG #6
Strain: Cactus OG #6
Contributor: Asia Mayfield
Cactus OG #6
Dogwalkers is a socially conscious brand. They promise to donate a portion of every sale to animals in need. So, you can get high and feel like you’re doing something good in the world. I love cannabis brands with a strong ethos, like that. They’re awesome.
To be honest, however, I would have snagged the Cactus OG #6 pre-roll 5-pack no matter who the grower was. 5 tiny joints for $18. It’s such an enticing offer.
The container is adorable. Each pre-roll is packed with 0.3g of fluffy weed. Rip open one of the pre-rolls, and a wave of elf-green weed, laced with orange speckles, will gush out.
Dogwalkers’ buds have a pungent, musky smell that’s a bit intoxicating. The joint paper can barely contain the aroma.
The taste is where the strain falters. I could detect a sharp, earthy flavor that collected in the back of the throat. It desperately needs another flavor to soften the overall taste.
I was surprised by how good this weed is. The THC content isn’t overly impressive, at just 21%. But, that’s nothing to sneeze at. That sort of number can get a hardcore smoker to start drooling.
However, I was knocked into another realm by Cactus OG #6 when I smoked it. I was in a weird spot during this session. I wanted to keep smoking because it was so good, but I knew I didn’t need to. I was insanely high after only two puffs.
Cactus OG #6 pre-roll pack by Dogwalkers recreational prices (taxes NOT included): 5-pack prerolls ($18)
Full disclosure: I’ve already gone back, and purchased a couple more packs. They’re irresistible. The tiny container is smaller than a pack of Altoids. It easily slips into a pocket, or purse compartment.
I live for convenience. It’s why I live in Las Vegas. The Cactus OG #6 pre-roll 5-pack is the definition of portable. Each micro joint is the perfect size to spark up, while you’re out running errands, or hanging out with friends. You can take a few quick hits, without engaging in a full-on smoke session.
If you’re a tourist trying to sneakily smoke a joint in your hotel room, or in the parking garage, you’ll enjoy the convenient size of these pre-rolls. They’re perfect.
1736 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Phone number: (702) 727-3187
Hours: 9 a.m. - 3 a.m. daily
Blackjack Collective is practically on the Strip. It’s on Las Vegas Boulevard, just a little bit south of The Stratosphere. Tourists naturally flock to this spot. However, the outside of the dispensary is surprisingly drab. The walls are charcoal gray, unrelieved by any lighter shades. Even the billboard announcing the dispensary’s presence is small and muted. The Denny’s next door demands more attention.
Inside, you hand your ID to the receptionist, who adds your name to a list. You can go back to the main dispensary when your name is called. This is where the experience at Blackjack Collective starts to break down.
I arrived at 9:30 in the morning, a half hour after they open. The building was flush with employees. Despite this, the lobby was full of annoyed-looking people when I walked in. They were all tapping their feet, while looking pointedly at their watches, or letting out short, impatient grunts of anger. As the minutes dragged on, a few people began verbally complaining.
I ended up waiting for about 15 minutes. This doesn’t sound like much, but it makes me not want to come back to Blackjack Collective. Especially since there are a bunch of other dispensaries in the area. The only reason I might come back is for the staff. No one is going to win any awards for efficiency, but they’re kind, patient, and know how to yap about cannabis. Honestly, I’m torn. I’m stuck in a love-hate relationship with Blackjack Collective, and I’m not exactly sure how to feel about it.