The High and Mighty Overview:
The High and Mighty is an elegant cannabis lifestyle brand creating cannabis tools worth displaying. They are based out of Montreal Quebec and their first product is a multicoloured Rolling Pick that can be customized.
Accessing The High and Mighty:
The High and Mighty has been promoting their Rolling Picks through Instagram since early 2017. Around the same time they created an Esty page to sell Rolling Picks, stickers and embroidered patches. It appears that the Esty page will be closing down and replaced with their own website launching July 1st 2018. There is currently a clearance sale on their Esty page.
The High and Mighty Pricing & Selection:
The High and Mighty have created a few cannabis products that consist of pot leaf stickers, embroidered patches and Rolling Picks. The pot leaf stickers retails for $8/pair, with the embroidered High and Mighty logo and pot leaf retailing for $6 each. Their signature product, the Rolling Pick retails for $7-$8 each, depending of the colours used and number of colours. You can also order a set of three Rolling Picks for $16.
Unique to The High And Mighty:
The High and Mighty is creating a simple, but elegant pokey tool that eliminates the last minute awkward poking with scissors, pens, car keys, or whatever you can get your hands on. The Rolling Pick is fills this need by assisting in the packing of a bowl or a joint. The pointed end helps distribute cannabis as you shape your joints.
Rolling Pick Feel, Functionality, Quality:
Each Rolling Pick is hand made so no two are the same; you can even see the fingerprints of the person who made it. The material used is sturdy, but bends when pressure is applied. This flexibility means you wont every need to worry as you carry it around in your pocket or bag.
Rolling Pick Looks & Visual Appeal:
Every Rolling Pick is unique in its dimensions and colouration. The Rolling Picks are 2 – 2.5 inches long and come in over 10 different colour schemes. The majority of the Rolling Picks incorporate two colours, but some include three, and even glow in the dark.
Experience with Rolling Pick:
I received a Rolling Pick as part of a gift bag as I entered the High Canada Lift Pre-Party. I think it’s an interesting idea as we move towards legalization, I understand people will want nice accessories to go along with their cannabis. I wonder though at what point it becomes too niche? With that being said it is nice to have a tool designed for the job rather than always scrounging around looking for a pokey tool as you hold a half rolled joint in one hand. The Rolling Pick worked just as described, using the narrow end to distribute the cannabis along the rolling paper, and the blunt end to pack it tight.