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Are you a Terp Chaser? Take the Quiz!

Last summer, we introduced the concept of "Terp Chasers" to the world — a term that began as an internal catchphrase that encapsulated our focus on chasing terpenes and not just THC when it comes to growing cannabis.


As true Terp Chasers ourselves, last 7/10 we launched our live hash rosin vape pens, celebrating the intricate flavors and effects that terpenes bring to the cannabis experience. Now, we're excited to share our passion with you through our fun personality quiz, helping you discover whether you're a THC Snob, a Name Nerd, or a fellow Terp Chaser. Take the quiz to see where you fit in the cannabis connoisseur spectrum!






THC Snob

As a THC Snob, you’re all about chasing that ultimate high. You focus on THC percentages when selecting your cannabis, seeking out the strongest strains to maximize your experience. While your commitment to potency is admirable, there’s a whole world of flavor and effect nuances you might be missing out on.


Terpenes play a crucial role in the overall cannabis experience, influencing not just the flavor but also the effects of each strain. By broadening your focus to include terpene profiles, you can elevate your cannabis journey, discovering strains that provide a more balanced and enhanced high. Think of it this way: if you’re seeking the best possible high, don't disregard the impact of terpenes — they can make a significant difference in how a strain affects you, often providing a more nuanced and enjoyable experience.


We personally look for flower between 18-26% THC with at least 2% terpenes. If it has 30% THC but only 1% terpenes, we won't even touch it. Next time you shop, consider giving terpene-rich options a try. You might just find that the best highs come from a combination of high THC and robust terpene profiles!




Name Nerd

As a Name Nerd, you’re all about the lineage. You carefully select strains based on their genetics, seeking out those with familiar names and proven histories. Your approach ensures that you consistently find cannabis products that deliver the effects you’re looking for, but it also means you might be missing out on some exciting new experiences.


Genetics and lineage are important, but did you know that the reason these strains produce similar effects is often due to their terpene profiles? Terpenes are the aromatic compounds that give cannabis its distinct flavors and contribute significantly to its effects. By paying more attention to the terpenes in your favorite strains, you can fine-tune your selection process even further, ensuring you get the most out of your cannabis experience. Check out our Terpene Wheel here!


So next time you’re shopping, look beyond just the names and dive into the terpene profiles — something we make available for all our flower strains and hash rosin! You might discover new strains with similar lineages that offer even more enjoyable highs and flavors.




Terp Chaser

Congratulations, you’re a Terp Chaser — just like the Robust team! You’re a rare breed of cannabis connoisseur who understands that the key to finding the dankest weed lies in chasing terpenes, not just THC. You value the flavor and complexity of cannabis, seeking out strains that offer a crafted, multisensory experience.


Your adventurous spirit and enthusiasm for exploring new flavor combinations set you apart. You know that terpenes play a crucial role in the effects and enjoyment of cannabis, and you’re always on the lookout for that perfect profile. Whether it’s the citrusy zing of limonene or the relaxing effects of myrcene, you appreciate the subtle nuances that terpenes bring to the table.


Keep doing what you’re doing, and continue to educate others about the importance of terpenes. Your passion for the plant and its flavors not only enhances your own experience but also helps elevate the cannabis community’s understanding of what makes for truly exceptional weed.


Looking for the terpiest cannabis concentrate this 7/10? Check out our team's favorites:





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