Kelowna, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – January 27, 2021) – Fiore Cannabis Ltd.(CSE: FIOR) (OTCQX: FIORF) (“Fiore” or “Company“), a licensed multi-state Cannabis cultivator, producer and retailer, is pleased to announce the results from it’s North Las Vegas Apex Facility January Harvest, highlighting strong THC percentages, outstanding terpene profiles and yields.
January’s harvest included 8 distinct strains including Fiore Super Glue, which won 1st place at the 2019 Las Vegas High Times Cannabis Cup. Super Glue, which is an Indica dominant strain, had the highest THC results from the harvest at 26.73%. Super Glue draws its origins from Northern Lights and Afgani and boasts over 20mg of total terpenes, providing a very sticky feel with a great terpene profile derived from the top 4 terpenes (Caryophyllene, Limonene, Myrcene and Humulene).
Amongst the other strains in the harvest Fiore Gold also produced strong THC levels testing at 26.61%. Fiore Gold is a sativa dominant strain with strong tangerine/citrus aromas. Fiore Gold provides an uplifting sensation due to strong Limonene and Linalool terpenes.
Not to be left out of the conversation, Fiore’s Black Mamba tested at 24.41% THC and is a truly Indica strain with origins tied to Grandaddy Purp and Black Domina. The frosty purple appearance is aesthetically pleasing, and it is a perfect option to unwind with at the end of the day with Limonene, Ocimene and Pinene terpenes.
With all strains testing over 20% and strong indicative consumer demand Fiore is expecting to kick off 2021 with an impressive revenue ramp as it moves towards the goal of hitting positive cash flow from operations in the 1st quarter.
Given the evolving nature of our proprietary living soil growing methodology, crop yields, potency and terpene profiles will continue to evolve with successive harvests. These first crops from our reboot of the