Category: Rosin Major Keys

How to Cure Rosin

Rosin curing has become an integral part of modern concentrate making. But what is rosin curing, and how do you do it? Here we’ll take a look at what curing is, what it’s good for and also learn how to cure your own solventless rosin. What is Rosin Curing? Curing is a process of maturation that principally boosts the long term stability of rosin, but can also improve taste and texture. Just like how a fine wine is aged to improve its flavor, rosin can be aged too, and the results can be otherworldly. Why Cure Rosin? Curing practices...

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Rosin Pressing: Key Temperatures Guide

Why is it so important?  When it comes to extracting premium rosin, the phrase “quality in, quality out” is heavily tossed around, and for good reason. With that said, the quality of your starting material is not the sole dictator of your end product. Temperature also plays a pivotal role in solventless concentrates both in the overall quality as well as taste. But with so many types of starting material to choose from, and often inconsistent test results for said material, developing a methodical and consistent approach to pressing rosin can remain difficult, especially when it comes to selecting...

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Cannabis Cultivation Tips for Making Rosin

Rosin making is all about the trichomes. The resin packed glands that grow over the surface of cannabis are responsible for every taste, aroma, and effect we associate with the plant, and the more the merrier when it comes to solventless rosin. It’s the reason top rosin makers go out of their way to source the most trichome packed bud they can find – because it simply produces better end results. As experienced growers will know, however, the quantity and quality of a plant’s trichomes depend on two important factors: its genetics and how well it was cultivated. So...

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Rosin Clarity: How to Make Beautifully Clear Rosin

A light color and clear consistency are hallmarks of top quality solventless rosin. But for many beginner rosineers, achieving that level of refinement can be tricky – or might even seem impossible. However, with the right know-how and technique, clear rosin is right around the corner. So, if your solventless rosin looks dark or has an inconsistent appearance to it, then dive into our clarity guide! We’ll show you exactly how to make beautifully clear rosin. Starting Material Quality As with all aspects of rosin making, the quality of your starting material has the biggest impact on your end...

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First Time Rosin Presser: 5 Mistakes Not to Make

There’s never been a better time to jump into making your own solventless rosin. It’s a simple and relatively easy process to perform, but despite that simplicity, there are still a number of mistakes first time rosin pressers will encounter. So let’s go over the main offenders to help you avoid some classic noob rosin mistakes. 1. Using Poor Quality Starting Material “You get out what you put in.” You’ll hear this saying a lot when it comes to rosin, and for good reason. That’s because, one of the most common mistakes new rosin pressers make is to use...

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