Strain: Blueberry Flavored Distillate
The defining characteristic of Spoil’d is craftsmanship. That is why the Washington state-based company produces distillate from cannabis flower grown in the house. Allowing Spoil’d to have complete control over the final product. Spoil’d products and cartridges are available at all Cinder locations. Cinder is Spokane Washington’s premier cannabis retailer.
Spoil’d cartridges use a ceramic coil to gently heat the distillate without burning or losing any cannabis flavor. In addition to this, Spoil’d cartridges are offered in numerous options, enhanced with natural, cannabis-derived terpenes, and food grade flavor terpenes.
A C-cell cartridge with the typical golden color you want to see in a top shelf item.
Half Gram $27.00 Full Gram $45.00
A very light and pleasant flavor with a hint of blueberry. An exceptionally smooth cartridge.
Similar to the taste, the cart had a sweet, berry aroma, like blueberry pie, but with very subtle hints of earthiness.
A lovely high,
accompanied with energy and a calm euphoria that instantly relaxed me without
making me feel tired. Spoil’d blueberry flavored carts are a great all day smoker! Highly recommend
An excellent option for anyone looking for an all-day smoker that doesn’t sacrifice on flavor or quality
Every Wax Wednesday and Saucy Saturday, all cartridges, concentrates and infused prerolls are 25% off.
This review is brought you by Jason, a budtender at the Spokane Valley location.
- Products listed are available at Cinder locations: Cinder North, 6010 N Division St, Spokane, Wa 99208; Cinder Downtown, 927 W 2nd Ave, Spokane, WA 99201; and Cinder Valley, 1421 N Mullen Rd B, Spokane Valley, Wa 99206
- This product has intoxicating effects and may be habit-forming. Cannabis can impair concentration, coordination, and judgment. Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of this drug. There may be health risks associated with consumption of this product. For use only by adults twenty-one and older. Keep out of the reach of children.
Article by Seth Pickens (Blueberry Cartridge not pictured in photos)