Baghead Boy Gummies (400mg): Baghead Boy Gummies
Your go-to sweet treat from childhood just got an upgrade. If you don’t get yourself a real pack of gummies, you’ll wake up six hours later with an empty bag of edibles and find yourself passed out on the couch. Make sure you grab yourself a pack of gummies.
Your mouth will be puckering up from the sourness, but your mind will be relaxing thanks to the high.
The Baghead Boys are likely the most well-known premium edible brand in the District of Columbia because they provide customers with a reliable and consistent experience. Too frequently, edible brands will either appear to be counterfeit, actually be counterfeit, or simply be gross.
As we discussed in the review of edibles that we published the week before, masking the taste of cannabis in edible products is sometimes essential when it comes to crafting the overall experience. Baghead Boys come very close to accomplishing this feat by combining their THC extract with these incredibly sour and sweet look-alikes of Sour Patch Kids candies. It didn’t seem like any amount of weed flavor (or any other flavor, for that matter) could compete with the intense, sour taste of the gummy itself. As for the flavor, how is it? The Baghead boys get our seal of approval, and they earn bonus points because their products are gluten-free and vegan.
Regarding the effects, I have to say that Baghead Boys hit me fast and they hit me hard all at the same time. The Baghead Boys will provide you with a quick grab-and-go experience in order to achieve your desired level of inebriation if that is what you are looking for. With three different product variations (4x50mg, 4x100mg and 4x200mg) these gummies are great for anyone looking to “right-size” their experience.
The Baghead Boys’ infusion technique is our one and only potential reservation about working with them. It has been brought to the attention of the staff here at Toker’s Guide that the Baghead Boys “infuse” the THC into their gummies most likely through the use of a spray-on method.
You might be thinking to yourself, “Okay, but what?” How is applying THC through a spray any different than incorporating it into a gummy through the use of an oil or extract? To be honest, we have no idea what will happen. If what you heard is true, it just won’t be the same, and to be honest, it doesn’t really feel like it is now. If what you say about them spraying is accurate, it would be a bit of a letdown for me to buy another bag of them, but other than that, I wouldn’t hesitate to do so. Using a cheap “infusion” method would be a step in the wrong direction in my opinion, given that the brand is so transparent about their other ingredients (once again, they are gluten free and vegan). Why can’t they just keep things as they are? I guess there’s a reason why the (high-quality) small-batch guys are still around!