Pot home delivery firm taps stoners to rate weed
Queens-based delivery service The Cannabis Place is turning to seasoned stoners for their quality control process. Disabled Marine veteran and CEO Osbert Orduna relies on a network of 26 cannabis users to sample the quality of weed products, which will determine which products make the cut and to the website shelves. Testers are given questionnaires that grade flowered weed, edibles and other THC-infused products on a scale of 1 to 10. The company only stocks products graded an eight or higher, ensuring only the highest quality products make it to their virtual shelves. One of the testers is businessman Gilbert Nieves, a friend of Orduna’s from his time at Long Island University. Nieves has tested 24 varieties of marijuana so far but given an eight rating to only about a third of them. He commented that the King Kong strain is the most popular among customers, describing it as having a “nice cruise control effect, definitely an evening strain”.
1. Is The Cannabis Place a legal marijuana delivery service?
Yes, The Cannabis Place operates in a state where marijuana is legal.
2. How does The Cannabis Place ensure the quality of their products?
The Cannabis Place relies on a network of 26 seasoned stoners to sample their products and rate them on a scale of 1 to 10. Only products graded an eight or higher make it to their shelves.
3. How does The Cannabis Place deliver their products?
The Cannabis Place offers home delivery services to customers.
4. Can anyone become a tester for The Cannabis Place?
No, the company has a network of 26 testers and is not currently accepting more applications.
5. What is the most popular strain among Cannabis Place customers?
According to the company’s website, the King Kong strain is the most popular flowered marijuana among customers. It is described as having a “very pungent earthy aroma, with very skunky wood like flavors” and “very sedating with euphoric waves that wash over the body as it calms the muscles and settles the mind into a state of happy contentedness”.
Pot Delivery Business Enlists Cannabis Enthusiasts to Evaluate Marijuana
A new marijuana home delivery service is seeking experienced stoners for quality control. The Cannabis Place, run by disabled Marine veteran Osbert Orduna in Queens, relies on a network of 26 cannabis users to sample the quality of weed products, determining which ones will make the cut. Testers are given questionnaires to grade flowered weed, edibles and other THC-infused products on a scale of 1 to 10. The service only accepts products that score 8 and above, ensuring that quality is prioritized over quantity. One of the reviewers, businessman Gilbert Nieves, is a long-time cannabis user and enthusiast who looks for the right taste, impact, longevity and density of the bud. Of the 24 varieties he has tried so far, only about a third received an 8, no 9s or 10s. The King Kong strain, described as very sedating with euphoric waves, is the most popular flowered marijuana among The Cannabis Place customers.