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Decibel Announces the Launch of 6 New Products Including Two New Cultivars From Thunderchild Cultivation Facility

CALGARY, ALBERTA – October 21, 2021 –Decibel Cannabis Company Inc. (the “Company” or “Decibel”) (TSX-V:DB) (OTCQB:DBCCF), a premium cannabis producer, is pleased to announce 6 new products available for retailers in Ontario today, including two new flower cultivars.

“We are incredibly excited to launch 6 new products for our retail partners in Ontario and consumers to enjoy” said Paul Wilson, Decibel CEO.” This is the start of the roll out of our much anticipated new set of cultivars launching in Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan over the next 6 weeks.  With the ramp up of our Thunderchild Cultivation facility in full effect we are bringing meaningful innovation and variety in dried flower and derivative products for retailers and consumers.”


With all of Decibel’s flower and pre-roll cultivar offerings now fully listed in all its major markets, these new cultivar launches are the start of Decibel’s full product rotational strategy. Alongside listing objectives now being complete, the Thunderchild Cultivation facility has achieved run-rate production while maintaining Qwest’s high-quality standards, and strongly positions Decibel’s flower strategy with enough volume to meet demand as additional cultivars are being introduced over the coming weeks.

Decibel’s two new cultivar drops in Ontario from the Thunderchild Cultivation facility:

  • jarred flower (Papaya x Wedding Cake) with 29.1% THC
    • pre-rolls (Papaya x Wedding Cake) with 25.7% THC
    • jarred flower (Banana x OG Kush x Trophy Wife) with 29.7% THC

Papaya Cake and Banana OG are available for licensed Ontario retailers to order today and will be available for consumers to purchase next week at their local licensed retailer or on OCS.ca. These cultivars will become available in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan in November.


The Company continues to drive innovation and execute its premiumization strategy with vape and concentrate offerings, now launching its first solventless product in market under Pressed by Qwest. In addition to this new product format, Decibel is launching a new flavour of its distillate vape line up and expanding its Kootenay Fruit live resin vape distribution into Ontario, which has seen strong demand in Western Canada.

  • Sunset MAC solventless cold cured rosin with 84.3% total cannabinoids and 12.4% total terpenes
  • Strawnana distillate vape in two size formats
  • Kootenay Fruit live resin vape in a trial size, 0.45g format

These General Admission and Pressed by Qwest products are available for licensed Ontario retailers to order today and will be available for consumers to purchase next week at their local licensed retailer or on OCS.ca. They will be available for Alberta retailers to order this Friday, October 22nd from the AGLC.

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About Decibel

Decibel is uncompromising in the process and craftsmanship needed to deliver the highest quality cannabis products and retail experiences. Decibel has three operating production houses along with its wholly owned retail business, Prairie Records. The Qwest Estate in Creston, BC is a licensed and operating 26,000 square foot cultivation space which produces the widely championed, rare cultivar-focused brands Qwest and Qwest Reserve, which are sold in six provinces across Canada. Thunderchild Cultivation, is a licensed and operating 80,000 square foot indoor cultivation facility in Battleford, SK. The Plant, Decibel’s extraction facility, in Calgary, AB has 15,000 square feet of Health Canada licensed extraction and product development space. This production house will fuel the growth of our brands Qwest, Qwest Reserve, Blendcraft, and General Admission, into new and innovative product formats like concentrates, vapes, edibles and beyond.

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