Canopy Growth Corporation (the Licensed Producer formerly known as Tweed) has several brands on the legal market. These brands differ in their price point, approach, packaging and niche.
Canopy’s mainstream brand, it’s built on the LP’s original name.
Dried flower is sold in black, rectangular, plastic/metallic tins. Most of their oils are in spray format in black, plastic containers. Capsules and soft gels are sold in black, plastic containers.
Their naming scheme revolves around textile names, like Houndstooth or Argyle, but have the occasional far out product name, like Boaty McBoatface.
Tweed Product Names
- Boaty McBoatface
- Tweed CBD
In Canada, we can’t call this brand by the same name it’s found in the United States (because of anti-celebrity endorsement laws), but we can tell you that this is a more upscale brand, bred by experts at Canopy but chosen by a nose as keen’s as a dog’s *cough*. No shizzle.
Dried flower is sold in white, rectangular, plastic/metallic tins. Most of their oils are in spray format in white, plastic containers. Capsules and softgels are sold in white, plastic containers.
Their naming scheme derived from nature.
LBS Product Names
- Ocean View
- Palm Tree CBD
Did you know that awards are considered endorsements? That’s why we can’t say that a brand has won awards. DNA Genetics is an upscale brand, with proprietary cultivars.
Dried flower is sold in navy, rectangular, plastic/metallic tins. Most of their oils are in spray format in navy, plastic containers. Capsules and softgels are sold in navy, plastic containers.
They name their products as per the cultivated variety’s name.
DNA Product Names
- Chocolate Fondue
- Kosher Kush
- Sour Kush
- Lemon Skunk
- Sour Tangie
The Tokyo Smoke brand was acquired by Canopy when the latter purchased the Hiku Brand Company. Their brand is focused on sleek design and a minimalist approach.
Their dried flower is sold in grey, rounded plastic containers, their naming scheme is action-based… or inaction, if it’s an indica.
Tokyo Smoke’s Product Names
A surprise every time you buy it! Some weeks, it comes in as a mid. Other weeks, it’s a high THC strain. Great for value-minded people who love discovering new strains.
They’re naming scheme is as straightforward as a surprise gets: their name is either the type of cannabis used, or whether it contains an equal amount of THC and CBD.
Twd. Product Names
- Twd. Indica
- Twd. Sativa
- Twd. Hybrid
Van der Pop
Women-in-Weed trailblazers (pun totally intended), this female-centric brand was acquired by Canopy Growth when the latter acquired the Hiku Brands Company.
Sold in pink (peach?) plastic containers, the naming scheme revolves around natural phenomena.
Licensed Provider Lookup articles go over the different brands a single Licensed Producer sells. Follow up articles will take a deep-dive into the various cultivated varieties (cultivars, strains, product, SKU – whatever you want to call what differentiate’s one weed producer’s product from another) each brand has.