Before conducting this Nashville Flower review, we’d like to note that the site seemed a little unfinished. We contacted them and we waited for an update, but the site remained unchanged and we didn’t get a response.
As a result, we’re not entirely sure if it is operational or if it will be anytime soon.
Maybe it will be updated by the time you read this, maybe not, but it’s worth taking a look, nonetheless.
About Nashville Flower
The Nashville Flower website has been fleshed out with copy, images, and an e-commerce platform. It has product pages, a variety of hemp flowers, a checkout process, and it seems to be possible to place an order.
According to the WHOIS data, the site has also been active since September 2018.
So, what’s the issue?
Well, not only did we not get a response to our requests, but some of the products don’t have a great deal of information on them.
There are product descriptions, but most of them contain duplicate and misplaced content, such as a description about “pre-rolled hemp cigarettes” on all jars of loose flowers.
More importantly, the brand’s social media pages haven’t been updated since the summer of 2020 and the site’s footer has a lot of placeholder information, including template texts telling the developer where to place payment icons and external links.
Hemp Flower Varietals
We’re going to go ahead and discuss the strains and products available at Nashville Flower, just in case this inaction is temporary and the site is up and running soon. However, we recommend contacting them for confirmation before placing an order.
If you don’t get a response, don’t make a purchase.
If the site was backed by a brick-and-mortar dispensary, we wouldn’t be quite so reluctant. It’s not uncommon for dispensaries to be slow on the uptake when it comes to moving their services online, and even if you order during this transition period, your products will still be packed and shipped quickly.
However, Nashville Flower is online-only, so there’s no guarantee.
- Happy Kamper: An Indica-dominant strain grown in Tennessee.
- Special Sauce: A sharp, tangy, and toe-curling strain with uniquely gassy, citrusy, and bitter flavors.
- Pre-Rolls: Readymade joints listed at $5 each. There is no information on what or how much they contain.
- Hog Rolls: Chunkier and heftier pre-rolls priced at $12 each. As with the pre-rolls, there is no further information.
- CBD Softgels: A PureVibe branded pack of softgels containing cold-pressed hemp seed oil and hemp extract.
Hemp is an incredibly versatile product and as the industry grows and competition increases, producers and resellers are trying their best to create unique products. We’ve seen a few unusual attempts, but Nashville Flower tops them all with its “Bud Necklace,” which is exactly what it sounds like.
It’s a necklace with a “bud pendant”: A chain with a hemp flower attached.
The problem is that there isn’t any other information available. We don’t know what it’s treated with, what the chain is made out of, and if the flower has been coated/protected. It’s merely listed as a “$100 Charm.”
As noted at the outset of this review, we tried contacting the company for more information, but they didn’t respond. It’s more proof, if you needed it, that the site might not be 100% operational.