A cannabis concentrate with a dry, powdery consistency—it crumbles easily, hence its name. Crumble, sometimes called “honeycomb” because of its appearance, is one of the driest forms of concentrate and is made through an extraction process similar to shatter, using a chemical solvent such as butane, propane, or CO2. Crumble tends to have a yellow color and can have up to 90% THC.
What is crumble?
Crumble is a dry cannabis concentrate that is powdery and crumbles easily. It is made through a chemical extraction process similar to shatter, using a solvent such as butane, propane, or CO2, though CO2 tends to yield a wetter concentrate, more like a sap.
Crumble can have a THC potency close to 90%, and can range in color from pale to deep yellow. With age, it tends to harden and turn amber in color. Crumble can be made either from dried buds or fresh frozen cannabis, which would make a live resin crumble.