Ghost Train Haze is bred by Rare Dankness, an US breeder and cultivator; it has won cups and high THC contests. Several licensed producers in Canada grow Ghost Train Haze, and here we’ll look at several market measures for each of the brands offering Ghost Train Haze. CannStandard looks at the market as a whole, specific brands, stores, cultivars and more. Have a cannabis product or strain that you would like us to take a closer look at? Let us know!

Ghost Train Haze Marketshare by Province

Here, we look at the brands’ marketshare over time, and in total (pie graph bottom right). This is the relative share of sales we’ve observed. First, we show the summary of all provinces, then break it down by province.

As we can see here, there’s 4 brands in the market that are really managing to conquer the Ghost Haze marketshare—WeedMD’s Color Cannabis, alongside Aqualitas’ Reef Organic, make up 75% of sales, with an even split between HEXO’s UP Cannabis and Aurora, and tiny slivers given to the other brands.

Why do you think one cannabis product of the same type outperforms another? Let’s take a closer look.

Brand Details

Here, we show average package price for any package size, average unit price (price per gram), and the number of stores each brand is listed in.

As we can see below, Color Cannabis is listed in the most stores and, likely consequently, has the most sales. Reef Organic’s Ghost Train Haze product is listed in fewer stores, but garners above-average sales in Ontario.

Top Selling Stores

Next, we check marketshare for Ghost Train Haze by the store. This gives us insights on how this particular cultivar performs across all cannabis stores, and we feature the top selling stores here. Some stores far outsell others for Ghost Train Haze.

In the video below, one block represents one store that lists a Ghost Train Haze product, stores that list more brands are larger. Stores with above average sales are displayed in gold.

The ten stores with the highest sales are listed by province, along with the number of Ghost Train Haze products offered.

Ghost Train Haze Across Brands

There are multiple reasons why Ghost Train Haze has such an interesting cannabis marketshare story, and it’s a story that has to do with price, with distribution, and with marketing. For your interest, we’ve broken down some information on each of these 4 top brands’ products, as seen on the Ontario Cannabis Store.

Color Cannabis’ Ghost Train Haze

THC: 17-23%
CBD: <1%
Terpenes: Beta-Caryophyllene, Beta-Pinene, Limonene, Myrcene, Terpinolene
Grown in: Ontario
Description: Unlike typical Sativas, Ghost Train Haze grows dense buds blanketed in white, crystal-capped trichomes. The dense flowers are a lighter green with orange/golden complementary tones. Ghost Train Haze has notes of floral, citrus and hints of spice. Our product is grown locally in Strathroy, Ontario just West of the city of London. Grown in state of the art hybridized, greenhouses, our flowers and tops are dried naturally to preserve the integrity of our plants and hand finished to exact standards.

Reef Organic’s High Seas

THC: 22-26%
CBD: <1%
Terpenes: Myrcene, Limonene, Terpinolene
Grown in: Nova Scotia – South Shore
Description: Reef’s High Seas owes its very strong THC potency to its lineage. High Seas is the name we’ve given to our batches of Ghost Train Haze with particularly high percentages of THC. Ghost Train Haze, a sativa-dominant strain born from a cross between Ghost OG and Nevil’s Wreck, produces dense buds that are laden with resinous, crystal trichomes. With a terpene profile that includes terpinolene, myrcene, limonene, beta-pinene and ocimene, High Seas’ aroma is fresh and earthy and its flavour is citrusy. High Seas is grown in organic, living soil with no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. The flowers are machine-trimmed before hand-finishing and inspection. As Canada’s first recipient of Clean Green Certification, our dried flower maintains its rich terpene profile as it does not undergo gamma irradiation.

UP Cannabis’ Ghost Train Haze UP20

THC: 20-26%
CBD: <1%
Terpenes: Beta-Caryophyllene, Beta-Pinene, Limonene, Ocimene, Terpinolene
Grown in: Quebec
Description: Ghost Train Haze is a heavy-hitting sativa known for its fluffy, bright green buds and dense, frosty trichome coverage. Expect to be hit by this runaway train of sour citrus and floral aromas, derived from the dominant terpinolene and complimentary pinene, ocimene and caryophyllene. We take extra care and attention during cultivation and post-harvest to ensure you get the fresh terpenes you expect from this strain. Its legendary genetics are known for potency, so conduct yourself accordingly. That was a train pun.

Aurora Cannabis

THC: 16-22%
CBD: <1%
Terpenes: Alpha-Pinene, Geraniol, Myrcene, Terpineol
Grown in: Luduc, AB
Description: Ghost Train Haze is a high-THC sativa strain featuring airy, light green buds. Its earthy, pungent aroma with hints of lemon and pepper comes from a terpene mix that includes terpinolene, limonene, and myrcene. Historically this strain can be tracked back to Ghost OG and Neville’s Wreck. This “haze” strain is grown in a state-of-the-art facility specifically designed to deliver consistent, superior quality cannabis.

Have you tried Ghost Train Haze from any of these producers? What province and store did you buy in? How was your product and sales experience? If you haven’t tried any, which would you choose, and why?

Let us know in the comments below!