Candy Jack Extract by Burnwell
First Impressions
Total Score


  • CBDA: 0%
  • CBD: 0%
  • Total THC: 70.1%
  • Total Cannabinoids: 82.7%


  • B-Caryophyllene: .76%
  • D-Limonene: .96%
  • b-Myrcene: .81%
  • Nerolidol: .20%
  • Total Terpenes: 3.67%


Burnwell’s branding is sleek and minimal, something that is sorely lacking from the cannabis space. A simple black package with lettering for the brand, and a white band with black lettering for the strain. Easy to read with no over-done graphics to distract. I personally love it. The back of the package explains that the indoor cannabis it’s extracted from is grown using a more environmentally friendly method. The 502 label includes all of the CBD, CBDA, THCA, and THC info, along with terpene details which is always nice. It’s also a relief knowing Burnwell uses sustainable packaging methods whenever possible. So the container is glass and the package is recyclable. Not a single complaint about the packaging, it’s perfect.


The concentrate had a nice waxy texture that was easy to dab with. You could tell by looking at it that it was the kind of extract that you can easily get out of the jar, and not end up with that annoying little bit wasted at the end. The color was golden and perfect. This concentrate’s fragrance wasn’t overly strong but it was definitely noticeable. I got some whiffs of fruity and pine scent when I unscrewed the lid.


Maybe this is just my own ignorance, I will follow up and find out, but I’m not entirely sure what extraction method was used for this concentrate. The label listed ETOH, BHO, PHO, and I don’t know if that means ethanol, butane, and propane, or either or. Going to chalk this up to my own lack of knowledge and not blame the processor. I thought it had to be either or, but maybe you can use multiple methods for more refined oil? I’ll have to research. Whatever the case may be, this certainly didn’t dab like normal BHO. It dabbed at low temperatures, if the rig got too hot it didn’t dab well. Which is good for your health. When dabbed at the proper temperature the flavor was excellent, sweet, fruity, spicy, and pine. The high was a true sativa high, no CBD so not much of a body high. Strictly a perky, daytime high perfect for getting stuff done this holiday season.


As you can probably tell from the above review, this concentrate’s packaging is pretty ideal for my tastes, which is of course a major bonus. When it comes to the actual extract, if you’re looking for something a little different, that smokes at a low temperature, has a subtle and unique flavor profile, and gives you a killer sativa high, then this Candy Jack extract by Burnwell is a must try.