Closing Soon: Fast Flower Farms SPV Investment Opportunity

February 16, 2021 15:14:14

Fast Flower Farms & The Artisanal Cannabis Connoisseur

While cannabis companies have recently raised hundreds of millions in an attempt to bring ‘craft cannabis’ to scale, many consumers prefer cannabis that is cultivated by craft growers rather than large corporations. Enter artisanal cannabis products.

Artisanal Products

Artisanal products create value via limited production, emphasis on quality, and creation by industry connoisseurs. Artisan flower is grown in small batches and is manicured by hand, unlike commercial flower which is done with machines. Artisanal production combined with superior genetics that have limited market availability increases consumer demand and builds brand loyalty.


Solventless ‘Live’ Extracts

Solventless extraction is a process of extraction that uses cold water and agitation to separate the medicinal part of the plant, trichomes, from the leafy green material. This methodology keeps cannabinoids and terpenes intact and has emerged as the preferred extraction trend for high-end consumers, over the use harsh solvents. Another step up the quality ladder is using the solventless extraction process is to create a ‘live’ extract. This involves freezing freshly harvested flowers, eliminating terpene, cannabinoid and trichome degradation caused by the oxidation process of drying. The extracts from this process are considered the ‘holy grail’ of extracts.


Michigan has quickly emerged as a powerhouse for cannabis companies, ranking #2 in the nation for medical cannabis patients – behind only California. Its average basket size is a whopping 30% greater than California’s at $84.58 vs. $64.13, a number even more striking when one looks at average annual household income – $56,697 in Michigan, compared to $101,493 in California.

Fast Flower Farms

Fast Flower Farms, a company based in Bay City, MI, boasts years of cannabis experience and a deep genetic library.  Specializing in artisanal flower and ‘live’ solventless extracts, Fast Flower Farms is poised to appeal to the high margin artisanal cannabis connoisseur.

Investors can now participate in Fast Flower Farm’s journey, starting at $5,000, via MAZAKALI’s SPV in the company.  This SPV has already been funded and will close in one week, on February 23rd, 2021.

Please access the opportunity HERE and reach out to with questions.

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