The Scratch-And’-Sniff Wallpaper That Smells Like Weed Thanks To Real Cannabis Terpenes

The distinctively sweet, skunky aroma of cannabis is recognised the world over. And for those people who can’t get enough of it, they can now plaster it all over the walls of their home. 

That’s thanks to one quirky company from Brooklyn, New York who has spent the last 8 years developing a scratch-and-sniff wallpaper that smells like real cannabis. The result is Cannabliss Wallpaper featuring real cannabis terpenes. 

Flavor Paper, which specialises in unique and custom-designed wallpaper designs, worked with another company, Aroma Release, to create the scents. After experimenting with many types of compounds, including fake terpenes, the team settled on using micro-­encapsulated essential oils from hemp – a legal variety of cannabis. 

The micro­-encapsulated essential oils consists of cannabinoids such as CBD, terpenes, flavonoids, and other botanical compounds. 

The design of the green wallpaper features a traditional damask pattern. Look closely, however, and you’ll notice the pattern itself is adorned with elements of cannabis plants woven in.

The product listing on their website says: “Cannabliss is an homage to herbal remedies via a classic looking damask that only upon further inspection reveals itself to be marijuana. Classy yet definitely sassy. 

“Available as a scratch and sniff that was in development for many years, we have nailed a very pleasant yet dank scent that is made from true flowering hemp terpenes to ensure we’re keeping it real. CBD for your eyes and ol factory. Dope.

“For a limited time every Cannabliss order will be blessed with limited edition Flavor Paper rolling papers!!!“

About Jack Woodhouse

A passionate cannabis proponent, Jack has been immersed in cannabis culture for over a decade. He launched High & Polite in 2017 and has since reached millions of people. He is the author of Overcoming Weed Dependence: The Truth About Addiction And The Secret To A Healthy Relationship With Cannabis

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