Georgia Pie by Cookies (Noya Grow) came in one big beautiful Nug weighting 3.76 grams! Yes, Georgia Pie is very expensive. But, Georgia Pie’s “high” is very enjoyable. We got what we paid for?
Total Terpenes: 4.3% (Trans-Caryophyllene 1.2%, Limonene 1.0%, Farnesene 0.7%, Others 1.4%)
Cost: $59,95 for 3.5 grams
Would we buy this again? No. Were we meant to buy it again? At $60 for 3.5 grams, this is a sampler. As a sampler, Georgia Pie was satisfying delivering a very respectable 25.18% THC Terpenes rich “high.” Comparable cheaper options with equally psychedelic properties would have to include Broken Coast’s Ruxton, or Sugarbud’s Mule Fuel.
On an investment note, TerrAscend’s acquisition of Gage Cannabis combines two successful Canadian Cannabis LPs operating in the US. We think this is one of the more interesting cannabis mergers and acquisition combination. And, Noya Grow is Gage’s Radicle Cannabis renamed.