A recreational marijuana dispensary in Las Vegas (USA) sold for 9,600 euros an exclusive cannabis cigar wrapped in paper made of 24-carat gold, local media reported today.
The Nuwu Cannabis Marketplace dispensary, which belongs to the Paiute native tribe, sold the exotic product to a Los Angeles buyer who preferred to remain anonymous and who made the transaction on Friday night through Brandon Hawkins, owner of a restaurant in the Californian city.
The product consists of a cigar that contains 24 grams of marijuana and hemp flowers, wrapped in 24 carat gold leaves, and which was placed in a thin wooden box and velvet.
As reported by the media Las Vegas Sun, for the luxurious article Hawkins paid in cash in bills of 20 dollars (17 euros).
The cigar is the result of an alliance between Virtue, a grower company in Las Vegas, and Leira, a firm in the state of Washington, that have launched a range of exotic cigars, some of which are sold in the Nuwu dispensary. the center of Las Vegas.
Benny Tso, former president of the Paiute tribe of Las Vegas, predicted that exotic products such as the aforementioned marijuana cigarette will be increasingly sought after and requested by customers.