Ripple has released its third offering in a series of small-batch live rosin collaborations.
The latest drop is the result of a partnership with cannabis extractor DabLogic and artist Ellie Paisley.
The Live Rosin Ripsticks pair DabLogic’s award-winning Hazelnut Cream live rosin with Ripple’s powderization techniques. The low-temperature process preserves and enhances Hazelnut Cream’s unique terpene and cannabinoid profile.
“Live Rosin is the next frontier for Ripple,” said Keith Woelfel, director of R&D for Ripple. “We’ve spent the past decade refining and improving our powderization process, and we’ve revolutionized the edibles space with our proven fast-acting products. Pairing our unique expertise in food science and powderization with DabLogic’s fresh, whole plant extract changes the game for discerning consumers.”
“Partnering with Ripple was a natural choice for us,” added Julian Casellas, founder and CEO of DabLogic. “Ripple’s focus on high-quality, innovative products perfectly mirrors our own. We share a commitment to providing consumers with the best the cannabis plant has to offer.”
Each package of Live Rosin Ripsticks contains 10 terpene-flavored powder packets designed to be poured directly onto the tongue, delivering a total of 100 mg of full-spectrum THC.
Each package also features singular label art from Ellie Paisley, whose psychedelic sensibilities have graced live painting sessions for acts such as The Wu-Tang Clan, Ice Cube and Dead & Co.
Ripple previously collaborated with Nokhu Labs on two Live Rosin Quckstick offerings: Lost Cause and Tropicana Banana.
With a suggested retail price of $24, Live Rosin Ripsticks are now available at more than 70 dispensaries across Colorado while supplies last.