Today we look at our 4th offering of Jean Guy, from a 3rd producer, this one is produced by Tilray. Counting the countdown, this is the 2nd time I’ve seen a Jean Guy from Tilray and the 1st time I’ve seen it from their Canaca brand.
Quality wasn’t memorable and the price point was high. I felt the tastes were good at the time, but I can’t tell you that was a lasting feeling. I can’t think of a reason I’d go back to it. The likeable olfactory elements are likely not enough to steer consumers away from the better quality namesakes, like the 7ACRES version, or cheaper ones, like the Good Supply version. If the quality was a better, this price point could serve as an alternative to the high price of the 7ACRES product, but what you see in this review is much closer to the low quality Jean Guy than it is to the high quality ones I’ve seen.
Phonetically I think it’s Jin Ghee. Or Jean Guy. I don’t know, I’m from Alberta so I pretty much say it John Guy. And I say it wrong a bunch of times in the video below, and the formal review follows.