• Tilray (TLRY) announced the newest addition to its Good Supply vape lineup with the launch of Peppermint Phatty 510 vape
  • Peppermint Phatty is packed with peppermint and vanilla aromas and topped off with a slight cooling sensation
  • Tilray is a leading global cannabis-lifestyle and consumer packaged goods company
  • Tilray Stock (TSX:TLRY) is down 15.51 per cent, trading at C$5.34 per share at 2:00 pm ET

Tilray (TLRY) announced the newest addition to its Good Supply vape lineup with the launch of Peppermint Phatty 510 vape.

Peppermint Phatty is packed with peppermint and vanilla aromas and topped off with a slight cooling sensation. The company claims that these 1g 510 cartridges deliver its most potent vape yet and provide a refreshing touch with every minty pull.

Michelle Morin, Brand Manager at Tilray, commented on the announcement.

“With the launch of Peppermint Phatty, our most refreshing tasting vape yet, customers can expect the same features like high-quality cartridges and innovative flavour formulations that have made Good Supply so recognizable and respected among Canadian cannabis enthusiasts.”

Good Supply’s Peppermint Phatty vape is now available across Canada.

Good Supply is one of Canada’s leading cannabis brands in flower, pre-rolls, vapes, and concentrates and has become a favourite among consumers and budtenders. The brand is known for its innovative take on its products across its expansive portfolio.

Tilray is a leading global cannabis-lifestyle and consumer packaged goods company. Its production platform supports over 20 brands in over 20 countries, including comprehensive cannabis offerings, hemp-based foods, and craft beverages.


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