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The pinnacle of flavor for the palette of the cannabis purist

The pinnacle of flavor for the palette of the cannabis purist

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Our Fine Cannabis Products are made with the highest quality cannabis sourced from licensed and reputable growers.

We believe in consistent flavor that exceeds expectations and impeccable attention to detail.

All of our products are tested and labeled for purity and potency.
We set out to select the most widely popular classic varieties we could obtain, hunting the most flavorful phenotypes and their descendants, and we classified them according to flavor. We eventually narrowed to a solid set of Flavor Profiles which are the cornerstones of our Fine Cannabis Label.
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* This White Label example indicates a Corona-sized cigar made with Jack Herer that has a Fruity / Floral Flavor Profile
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Jack Herer is known for its delightfully fruity sweet aroma and taste, and this batch is no exception. A hint of berries, pine, with a sweet floral overtone. Silky smooth textured smoke with moderate to medium expansion in the lungs. Light fluffy pungent buds, fuzzy with trichomes and crisp to the touch. Grown in direct sunlight by the loving hands at Bisseurs LLC.

Certified Organic Pesticides :
Nuke em, Azamax

Harvest Date : 3/29/2016

Jack Herer is known for its delightfully fruity sweet aroma and taste, and this batch is no exception. A hint of berries, pine, with a sweet floral overtone. Silky smooth textured smoke with moderate to medium expansion in the lungs. Light fluffy pungent buds, fuzzy with trichomes and crisp to the touch. Grown in direct sunlight by the loving hands at Bisseurs LLC.

Certified Organic Pesticides :
Nuke em, Azamax

Harvest Date : 3/29/2016

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WARNING : Possession of Cannabis and Cannabis Products that contain Tetra-Hydro-Cannabinol (THC), either flower, concentrates, or infusions, may be unlawful outside of Washington State • Smoking products are not advised for women that are pregnant or nursing • This product can impair concentration, coordination, and judgment • Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence • Individuals with anxiety disorders who experience increased anxiety or paranoia while using cannabis should discontinue use • Consumption of cannabis may be habit forming
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Terpenes are important chemicals; they can determine resilience to environmental stress, build more complex molecules, repel predators, attract pollinators, and act as signals with other plants/animals. Many terpenes compliment and/or buffer each other and some will catalyze or inhibit formation of different compounds within a plant.

Terpenes form the basis of all plant flavors and odors, the ratios of which can radically transform the properties of a plant. How do cannabis strains have such drastically different aromas and flavors? How do some varieties leave lingering notes of coffee and sweetness while others have the striking scent of fruity pebbles? How can some give vague hints of citrus, while still others assail the nose with a skunk-like musk? How do Bubble Gum strains come out with a slight hint of Big League Chew?

The study of how terpenes interact is the basis for understanding how flavor compounds mimic each other in the chemical world.

Our focus as a brand is influencing these interactions naturally using basic horticultural knowledge, soil, nutrients, and environmental controls, to achieve consistent and superior flavor and quality.
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Myrcene concentration dictates whether a strain will have an “Indica” or “Sativa” effect. Varieties containing over 0.5% of myrcene produce a more sedative high akin to Indica, while varieties containing less than 0.5% myrcene have an energizing effect akin to Sativa.
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α Pinene is the expresser of cannabis’ familiar odor, whose name is suggestive of “pine”, and is responsible for the turpentine scent associated with strains such as “Sour Diesel”, and “Skunk #1”. α Pinene is the most common naturally occurring terpenoid and acts as both an anti-inflammatory and a bronchodilator.
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Linalool has a floral essence similar to flowers, but with spicey flavor notes. It possesses potent sedative properties and is effective as an anxiety and stress reliever. It has also been used an analgesic and anti-epileptic.
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Bright, and tart. Limonene is a dominant terpene in strains with a pronounced Sativa effect. It is also found in the rinds of citrus fruits. Limonene aids in the absorption of other terpenes through the skin and mucous membranes, and has been used to treat anxiety and depression. 
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Ocimene is frequently used in fragrances and perfumes. In nature, this terpene contributes to a plant’s defenses and possess anti-fungal properties.  Floral/Earthy tones dominate when this terpene is in abundance.
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Terpinolene is a sedative that compliments THC and contributes to the sleepiness one can feel with some varieties. Terpinolene also strikes a fruity/floral chord.
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Valencene is present in valencia oranges and contributes to the fruity and tart flavors found in some prized strains.
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β Caryophyllene is the terpene that is used by your body’s endocannabinoid system. It produces anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.
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Also present in geraniums, geraniol emits a floral scent that makes it a popular perfume additive. It is an effective mosquito repellent and shows a potential protective effect against neuropathy.
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α Humulene contributes to the "hoppy" aroma of cannabis. Appetite suppressor and with potent anti-inflammatory properties. 
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Terpenes are important chemicals; they can determine resilience to environmental stress, build more complex molecules, repel predators, attract pollinators, and act as signals with other plants/animals. Many terpenes compliment and/or buffer each other and some will catalyze or inhibit formation of different compounds within a plant.

Terpenes form the basis of all plant flavors and odors, the ratios of which can radically transform the properties of a plant. How do cannabis strains have such drastically different aromas and flavors? How do some varieties leave lingering notes of coffee and sweetness while others have the striking scent of fruity pebbles? How can some give vague hints of citrus, while still others assail the nose with a skunk-like musk? How do Bubble Gum strains come out with a slight hint of Big League Chew?

The study of how terpenes interact is the basis for understanding how flavor compounds mimic each other in the chemical world.

Our focus as a brand is influencing these interactions naturally using basic horticultural knowledge, soil, nutrients, and environmental controls, to achieve consistent and superior flavor and quality.
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Myrcene concentration dictates whether a strain will have an “Indica” or “Sativa” effect. Varieties containing over 0.5% of myrcene produce a more sedative high akin to Indica, while varieties containing less than 0.5% myrcene have an energizing effect akin to Sativa.
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α Pinene is the expresser of cannabis’ familiar odor, whose name is suggestive of “pine”, and is responsible for the turpentine scent associated with strains such as “Sour Diesel”, and “Skunk #1”. α Pinene is the most common naturally occurring terpenoid and acts as both an anti-inflammatory and a bronchodilator.
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Linalool has a floral essence similar to flowers, but with spicey flavor notes. It possesses potent sedative properties and is effective as an anxiety and stress reliever. It has also been used an analgesic and anti-epileptic.
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Bright, and tart. Limonene is a dominant terpene in strains with a pronounced Sativa effect. It is also found in the rinds of citrus fruits. Limonene aids in the absorption of other terpenes through the skin and mucous membranes, and has been used to treat anxiety and depression. 
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Ocimene is frequently used in fragrances and perfumes. In nature, this terpene contributes to a plant’s defenses and possess anti-fungal properties.  Floral/Earthy tones dominate when this terpene is in abundance.
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Terpinolene is a sedative that compliments THC and contributes to the sleepiness one can feel with some varieties. Terpinolene also strikes a fruity/floral chord.
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Valencene is present in valencia oranges and contributes to the fruity and tart flavors found in some prized strains.
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β Caryophyllene is the terpene that is used by your body’s endocannabinoid system. It produces anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.
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Also present in geraniums, geraniol emits a floral scent that makes it a popular perfume additive. It is an effective mosquito repellent and shows a potential protective effect against neuropathy.
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α Humulene contributes to the "hoppy" aroma of cannabis. Appetite suppressor and with potent anti-inflammatory properties. 
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Flavor Profiles

DIESEL

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DIESEL Varieties that express this quality tend to give off a very familiar pungent scent, the kind which stinks up an entire house if not contained in an air-tight enclosure.

α Pinene is the terpene expresser of this familiar odor, whose name is suggestive of “pine”, and in higher ratios is responsible for the turpentine/gasoline aroma associated with “Sour Diesel” and strains with similar scent qualities. It puts the Dank on it.

EARTHY

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EARTHY Strains profiled as “earthy” have a more subdued and woody/spicy scent, often picking up notes of the soil they were grown in. Examples would be the strains from the gold coast of Africa, Malawi Gold, and darker colored varieties like Grand Daddy Purple, Blackberry Kush, and similar.

α Pinene in lesser quantities than in Diesel/Skunk or Sour varieties, and Linalool in combination seem to be the primary expressers of this quality, with α Humulene contributing to an overtone reminiscent of hops.

FRUITY

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FRUITY Bright, tart, berries, notes of citrus and a wide range of sweeter expressions.

Strong in Limonene and Valencene. Limonene is a dominant terpene also found in the rinds of citrus fruits. Valencene is present in valencia oranges and also contributes to the subtle citrus scent. 

SKUNKY

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SKUNKY Dank. Stink. Another classification that will stink up a place without air-tight containment. Possibly the most famous of all cannabis aromas.

Strains that express this profile are strong in Limonene and α Pinene.

α Pinene is responsible for the strong odor, which, mixed with notes of Limonene, create a bright familiar Skunky scent.

PURPLE

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PURPLE Purple flowers. What more needs to be said?

This profile is characterized by very smooth mild smoke and subdued subtle flavors. Often picks up the best of the soil elements used to flower the plant.

Pronounced body effects, ranging from mild relaxation to couch-lock sedation. Mycene is usually in high content here and these are usually an indica or hybrid strain.

FLORAL

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FLORAL Flavors ranging from mild and subdued to bright and crisp, expressing qualities found in perfume and other flower/extracted essences.

Ocimene and Geraniol dominate this classification. Ocimene is frequently used in perfumes for its pleasant odor. Floral tones dominate when this terpene is in abundance.

Also present in geraniums, geraniol emits a rosey scent that makes it a popular perfume additive.

Linalool has a presence in this flavor profile, and expresses an essence with spicy overtones.

SOUR

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SOUR Pungent and tasty.. Another flavor profile that has very pronounced odor that’s nuances are boldly distinct.

Lots of the “cheese” varieties contain a large ratio of α Pinene, interacting with other terpenes, and result in a scent that attacks the nose.

Often mixed with Diesel notes, this flavor profile is more common in strains with a “Sativa” type effect.
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The Cannabisseurs Hand-Rolled Cigars are prepared using specially modified methods imported from the traditional cigar world. The result is a solid, firm, and decadent cannabis experience that burns slowly and tastes amazing.
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Lasting Enjoyment

Total smoke time varies depending on the size of the cigar. Larger cannabis cigars need not be consumed in one or two days and will last for many sessions. Average total burn time is over 2 hours of continuous smoking.

Flavor and scent of cannabis may be impacted negatively when keeping naked cannabis cigars in traditional wooden humidors.

Acrylic humidors such as the Boveda humidor are recommended for long term storage of cannabis cigars.

For best results, store in a dark cool place with sufficient humidity control.

Ideal storage conditions are 50-60% Humidity, 50-65 Degrees Fahrenheit.
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CONSULTING SERVICES

We are now pleased to offer our services to a broader clientele!

If your farm/company is interested in delivering a world class cannabis cigar product in partnership with us, we have the tools and knowledge you need.

We specialize in:

Cannabis Cigar Commercial Scaling
Cannabis Cigar Production Training
Advanced Curing Methods
Terpene Flavor Profiles
Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing of Customized Hemp-based Tools