The sun-grown cannabis from Santa Barbara-based Pacific Stone is popular in California.
How popular, you ask? Well, its cannabis took over 4.7% of the profit of sales in the first quarter of 2021, which was more than any other company in the state. It’s quickly climbed to the best-selling placement among flower brands for its consistency, affordability, and chic yet straightforward design. You can find its cannabis for sale in over 500 dispensaries, all grown in the Central Coast and then distributed across the expanse of the state of California.
Is Pacific Stone good weed? Yes, both consumers and cannabis content judges (and our lovely reviewers) say it really is good weed. Its Wedding Cake strain won 1st place for Best Hybrid Flower at the 2018 SoCal High Times Medical Cannabis Cup.
“You’ll feel the immediate chatty, creative spark from the Triangle Kush, and the relaxing body high when the Animal Mints kick in. With every inhale of every joint, you’ll receive a rich, tangy flavor with quite a bit of earthy pepper undertones, with a vanilla cake frosting aroma.”
Pacific Stone was founded in 2015 by family and friends, with its current CEO Skip Motsenbocker taking the helm in April of 2021.
The greenhouses for Pacific Stone are sprawling. They are full-sun indoor cultivation spaces that take advantage of the Santa Barbara sun with a glass ceiling and supplementary lighting if needed. This allows the company to save on energy costs by utilizing the natural solar power that cannabis loves so much.
The cultivators are sixth-generation Dutch greenhouse farmers, applying that knowledge to cannabis as an innovative farming technique. Some of the strains Pacific Stone is known for: award-winning Wedding Cake, Banjo, 805 Glue, OG, Blue Dream, 805 Sour, Orange Cookies, Sunset Sherbet, and Private Reserve OG.
Emjay has a series of honest Pacific Stone reviews from our cannabis reviewers (they have the best job under the sun, just ask Jimmy Kimmel). In these reviews, we take a look at Pacific Stone Sauce cartridge in 805 Glue, the Wedding Cake eighth, and the Private Reserve pack of OG prerolls.