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Product Highlights


- Extracted from cannabis plants cultivated in small batches.
- Plants grown naturally, using organic fertiliser at high altitudes.
- All-year round photo-period of 12 hours sunlight per day.
- Tested for over 100 terpene types. Perfect entourage for your products. 
- Reported therapeutic properties for health products.

- Dominant terpene profiles: alpha and beta-Pinene, Linalool, beta-Caryophyllene and Humelene.

- Reported effects: euphoric and creative, alleviates anxiety and pain.

- Well-rounded skunk smell with spicy, herbal and floral tones.

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Back Story

One of our Columbian-grown all-time favourites, this Shoreline terpene was extracted from cannabis plants grown over altitudes of 2,000 metres, making their terpene variety, aroma and flavour unlike any other terpenes we've come cross (read more here about the research).

Organically grown with jungle substrates and compost of organic fruits (coconuts, bananas, mangoes, coffee and humus), these cannabis plants are exposed to 12 hours of sunlight per day, all year-round, further enhancing their terpene concentrate and their functional properties.


A sativa-dominant strain, the Shoreline has been reported to induce euphoric and creative effects for its users, while alleviating the effects of anxiety and pain. Users have a preference to use it for clarity and focused work.

Aromas and Flavours

A well-rounded skunk smell is characteristic of this strain with spicy, herbal and floral tones.

Dominant Terpenes

The main terpene content of this legendary profile is alpha and beta-Pinene, Linalool, beta-Caryophyllene and Humelene.


This versatile terpene can be used in a variety of applications, including aromatherapy, beer brewing and medicinal oils. Its complex and layered flavour profile makes it an excellent choice for use in a wide range of cannabinoid products, e-liquids, tinctures, and edibles.