What do you get when you mix a citrus explosion with a smoked nutty flavor and a huge chill-out feeling?
A: Sunset Lake’s Special Sauce CBD kief.
What is Kief?
From the Arabic word Kayf, meaning “pleasure,” kief is another word for the trichome heads that break off hemp flower. The trichome head is where, when the flower is budding, the production of CBD and other cannabinoids occur.
Because kief is largely a collection of these trichome heads, by weight it is a more potent source of CBD and other cannabinoids than hemp flower. Kief is especially sought after by smoking enthusiasts as it’s both a solventless concentrate and makes for a powerful additive to any flower.
How we gather our kief
Sunset Lake’s Special Sauce CBD kief is dry sifted off of our hemp flower and dry trimmings via a 45µg screen. The result is a sandy, golden blonde collection of solventless CBD concentrate.
What do you do with kief?
Special Sauce CBD Kief makes a wonderful addition to any bowl or joint you’re rolling. Just sprinkle it on top and mix it in with other materials. Smoking pure kief can prove tricky, so pick your medium wisely.
Some have even experimented with adding a little kief to their morning coffee or tea. A word to the wise: make sure your beverage is hot enough.
The top three terpenes tested in our Special Sauce Kief are:
𝛃-Myrcene – Also found in mango and hops, Myrcene has long been used in some cultures as a sedative and muscle relaxant. Myrcene is also responsible for beer’s peppery and balsam aroma.
𝛃-Caryophyllene – Commonly found in cloves, hops, and rosemary, beta-caryophyllene has the distinctive spiciness of black pepper.
ɑ-Pinene – Especially aromatic, Pinene is a terpene that smells a lot like pine trees. It can be found in a few of our favorites— pine needles, rosemary, basil, and orange peels.
Packaging, Options, and Shipping
Sunset Lake’s Special Sauce CBD kief is currently available in three sizes: 3.5 grams, 7 grams, and 28 grams.
All retail packages are shipped discreetly right to your door with accompanying certificates of analysis, travel documents, and Sunset Lake’s grower’s registration.