Jeff Rowse talks with Co-Owner of Teal and High Five, Adolphus Busch V
Adolphus Busch V is carrying on his family legacy — but instead of alcohol, he’s pioneering cannabis. In this episode of The Feels, Adolphus shares what led him to this new industry and how his family reacted. He dives into behind-the-scenes business decisions around the two Missouri companies that he co-owns, Teal and High Five, plus he shares some of his personal preferences and thoughts on where the industry is headed.
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Here’s an outline of what Adolphus and Jeff discuss during this show:
0:00 Welcome and Introduction
0:33 When did you decide to get into cannabis?
1:45 How did your family react when you decided to get into cannabis?
2:23 Why did you decide to focus on edibles and concentrates?
3:27 Can you tell us about new products at High Five?
4:01 How do you decide on new cannabis flavors to produce?
5:19 How did you choose the name Teal Cannabis?
8:27 Where does the name “High Five” come from?
9:54 Why did you decide to use botanical terpenes in your vape pens?
11:57 Do you think the industry should shift away from Sativa, Indica, Hybrid?
15:16 How can you tell if a product is high quality when shopping?
19:58 What’s your favorite kind of concentrate?
21:28 Are concentrates truly hash?
23:08 What tools do you dab with?
24:32 Do you think concentrates will ever be more popular than flower?
25:35 Are concentrates healthier than smoking flower?
26:59 Thanks and closing
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