Swisher Grows Natural Products Line witth Hemp-Based Cones and Wraps

 

As demand grows for all-natural alternatives, Swisher has introduced hemp-based cones into its Hempire product line.

Hempire Cones deliver a clean, smooth and slow-burning smoking experience, according to the company. The cones are vegan, non-GMO and ultra-strong, maintaining their all-natural characteristics by remaining unbleached and unflavored.

“We continue to look for ways to provide adult consumers with options so they can enjoy a more authentic and higher quality smoking experience,” said Nicolas Pettersson, senior brand manager at Swisher. “Hempire Cones bring a new alternative to the category, and unlike some all-natural products, retailers and adult consumers can enjoy a high-quality cone at a less expensive price point.”

Hempire Cones are available in three sizes, 1 1/4, 98 millimeter and King.

The brand also makes Hempire Wraps, organic hemp wraps that serve as an alternative to tobacco wraps. Hempire is the #1 hemp rolling paper brand by volume in the United States.

Hempire Wraps are the modern “green” take on the traditional tobacco blunt wrap without the tobacco and nicotine. Made with exclusively U.S. farmed organic, high-quality hemp, the all-new Hempire Wraps are infused with aromatics and terpenes that are truly unique in the hemp category. The all plant-based taste lineup includes a variety of blends like Strawblurry Clouds™, Blueblurry Blaze, Honey Fu-Fu, Cäli Cream, Rilla-G, and Clemen-Terp. Hempire Wraps are packaged in pouches of 4 rillo-sized wraps, vs. competitors with standard-sized wraps, and come with 15 pouches per display. As with all Hempire products, Hempire Wraps are vegan, GMO-free, and pesticide-free.

While tobacco wraps and cones are more well known in the category, hemp wraps and cones stand apart because of the absence of nicotine.

Beyond its products, Hempire is a brand for freedom seekers, risk takers, and pioneering adventurers to gather together to make great times even better through hemp. Hempire is where individual expression brings people together under a single value – freedom. The freedom to pursue dreams, follow passions, and create a sustainable future for all.

Swisher’s lines include Swisher Sweets Cigar Co. (large and little/filtered cigars), Fat Lip Brands (smokeless), Dre Estate (premium cigars), Hempire (hemp products) and Rogue (modern oral nicotine).

swisher.com

 

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