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From innovative pop-ups to collaborations with top artists including Coi Leray, Zushi is painting the town pink, blue, and yellow.
by Nofel Abirou · January 12, 2024
Today, let's dive into the world of Zushi, a name that's been rolling off the tongues of cannabis connoisseurs faster than you can say “pass the lighter.” Powered by The Ten Co (you might remember them as Team 10 Extracts), Zushi has not just entered the cannabis arena; it has burst in with a flamboyance that’s as colorful as its strains. From innovative pop-ups to collaborations with top artists like Coi Leray, Zushi is painting the town pink, blue, and yellow.
Zushi isn’t just a strain; it’s a cultural movement. It represents a shift in how we perceive and consume cannabis. No longer confined to the shadows, cannabis is now a centerpiece in social gatherings, artistic expressions, and lifestyle choices. And Zushi, with its bold branding and quality products, is leading this charge. Providing Connoisseurs with some of the best and most sought-after terps, The Ten Co’s Zushi lineup has something for every kind of smoker.
Blue Zushi, the epitome of cool, is like the jazz music of cannabis strains. A cross of Zkittlez & Kush Mints that provides effects as soothing as its name suggests, offering a calm that washes over you like a gentle wave. This strain has become a go-to for those seeking a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. It's not just a strain; it's an experience – one that lulls you into a state of blissful tranquility.
Yellow Zushi, on the other hand, is like a burst of sunshine on a cloudy day. It’s the strain you reach for when you need a pick-me-up. Known for its uplifting effects, Yellow Zushi is perfect for social gatherings or creative endeavors. It’s like having a cup of coffee with your best friend in a sun-drenched café – energizing, warm, and utterly delightful.
And then, there's Pink Zushi – the brainchild of a collaboration with none other than Coi Leray. This strain is as bold and vibrant as Coi herself, featuring the Ten Co's world famous Zkittlez Genetics crossed with Mag Landrace. Pink Zushi has carved a niche, especially among younger audiences, blending the worlds of cannabis and pop culture seamlessly. It’s more than just a strain; it’s a statement – a symbol of the harmony between music, art, and cannabis.
What sets Zushi apart is not just the quality of its strains but also the innovative ways it engages with its audience. Zushi’s pop-up events are not just places to buy merchandise; they are cultural hubs where enthusiasts gather to celebrate the plant in all its glory. These events often feel like a cross between an art gallery opening and a laid-back lounge, reflecting the diversity and creativity of the cannabis community.
Zushi has managed to do what many strains aspire to but few achieve – it has become a part of the cultural lexicon. Mention Zushi in a group of cannabis enthusiasts, and you’ll likely spark a lively discussion. It’s a testament to how cannabis is evolving, no longer just a product but an integral part of our social fabric. Zushi isn’t just riding the wave of cannabis innovation; it’s creating the wave. With its distinct strains – Blue, Yellow, and Pink – and its fusion with pop culture and community engagement, Zushi is more than a cannabis brand. It’s a cultural icon, a symbol of the modern cannabis era. So, whether you’re chilling with some Blue, energizing with Yellow, or making a statement with Pink, remember – you’re not just enjoying a strain, you’re partaking in a movement.