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Whether you’re entertaining high-flying friends or on a solo mission, Caitlin Agnew rounds up the latest in stylish cannabis accoutrements to take your sessions to the next level.


Toronto design firm Castor partnered with Tokyo Smoke on this pink glass grinder, ashtray and storage set that evokes the dignified daintiness of your grandmother’s candy dish.

Castor x Tokyo Smoke Heirloom Stack, available Aug. 9 for $225 through tokyosmoke.com.


For the cannabis-enthused foodie, go beyond basic brownies with the Levo. This countertop device infuses oil and butter with the flavours and nutrients of herbs, fruits, flowers and more that can then be used in cooking and baking.

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Levo Oil Infuser, US$200 through levooil.com.


Whether smoking indoors or out, an ashtray that reflects your personal style is a critical accessory, and one that’s not to be overlooked.

Vanity by Versace for Rosenthal Ashtray, $422 through williamashley.com.

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Handmade in the United States of snakeskin or crocodile, this luxe travel tube was designed by Beverly Hills-based boho jeweller Jacquie Aiche to keep joints protected until you’re ready for your next on-the-road session.

Jacquie Aiche Snake Skin Doob Tube, US$440 through jacquieaiche.com.

LAURA LAYERA


Give your joints some extra sparkle with 24-karat gold rolling papers. Their eye-catching shine is guaranteed to get likes in real life and on Instagram.

Shine 24K Gold Rolling Papers 2-Sheet Pack, $26.99 through shinerollingpapers.com.

ANDREW CEBULKA


Designer Tom Dixon was inspired by British industrial machinery when he created this stylish brass piece that’s as much a design objet as it as a stash jar.

Tom Dixon Cog Container, US$75 through shop-tetra.com.


Toronto-based cannabis lifestyle store 1066 collaborated with local artist Robyn Molnar of Nightshift Ceramics on this mug and pipe set created especially for the unique needs of the early riser.

1066 Wake and Bake Set, $105 at 1066 Lifestyle Store (1066 Dundas St. W., Toronto).

Steve Carty

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