Phillips & King International Introduces High Tea Herbal Wraps

High Tea Herbal Wraps are available in the U.S. via Phillips & King

Phillips & King will be bringing High Tea Herbal Wraps to market. Crafted from mate teas and blended with rich hemp and cacao for strength and texture, High Tea Herbal Wraps were developed for people looking to remove or omit the tobacco element from their cannabis smoking experience, and retain a flavorful, satisfying alternative to traditional wraps.

High Tea Herbal Wraps are designed to attract sales and profits for retailers. The product will be eye-catching, will feature modern packaging and sleek display. It also offers top value to customers, with flavor that lasts throughout the whole smoke, and 5 wraps included in the resealable pouch, while competitors offer fewer wraps per package. This innovative new product will be available through both of Phillips & King’s monthly product publications, the Price Kutter and the PK>FWD. The High Tea Herbal Wraps have a suggested retail price of $2.49 per pouch.

This product was first launched in Canada and will make its U.S. debut during this year’s Tobacco Plus Expo (TPE) in Las Vegas, the first big buying show of the year, held in Las Vegas, NV Jan. 31-Feb. 1. The product is available in four distinct flavors: Mad Melon (refreshing watermelon), Mango Dream (rich and tropical), Juicy Grape (classic tart fruit), and Royal Sweet (hint of sweetness).

“Blunt wraps have been extremely popular for a long time out of necessity. As the number of cannabis consumers continues to grow, the variety of preferences is widening. People want a cleaner smoke. It’s interesting to see how these changes affect the modernizations found in the auxiliary market,” remarks Brittny Peloquin, brand manager of High Tea Herbal Wraps. “High Tea Herbal Wraps are so much easier to use than some other products in this category because of the self-rolling design. They’re destined to be an instant consumer, and retailer, favorite.”

For more details on this product, visit