Bart carts cartridges is a distillate oil cartridge that claims to contain premium oil and while the advertised quality captured our interest, the brand was what convinced us to test out the product. In an attempt to educate ourselves with further details on Bart carts and its THC level, we did a thorough internet search about the product. Unfortunately, Bart Carts cartridges do not have an official website for its product, and the little information we could obtain from their Instagram site and pictures of their packaging was worrisome. The data we gathered about this product was only the alleged quality of the “premium” oil, strains in each flavors, range of 82%-87% THC level, and that Bart carts may be a recent product that has entered the market late last year (an inference we have made based on the first posting of their product on their Instagram site that is dated September 2018). Furthermore, as one of our main concerns before trying a cartridge, we hope to verify the THC levels and components within the cartridge. Unfortunately, we have yet to find information on these cartridges ingredients, we are still missing lab results or any legitimate lab verification of the Bart carts cartridge quality and contents.
One of our main concerns that we often highlight to our readers when choosing a cartridge is the branding. A troubling red flag that screams out to us about any vape cartridge is the logo it contains. When a logo is familiar to someone because it depicts a character in our social medium, in this case, Bart from the Simpson, we get skeptical, as should you. At this moment from a business perspective, a famous worldwide sitcom such as the Simpsons, will not enter the weed market without making a public announcement, and will especially not enter a market that is illegal in the majority of the states. There has been no public announcement about Bart being used for the marijuana market, therefore it is safe to infer that this is not sponsored by the owners of the Simpsons.
Thus, the quality should not be compared to what the Simpsons brand can offer, and this most often means that the cartridge is being filled with oil by individuals rather than a company. Since the oil can come from multiple sources there is the potential of getting a range of quality oil. With that being said, it’s a luck of a draw, the THC cartridge quality will be dependent on your local supplier.
For being a newly marketed vape cartridge we had a large selection, relative to its time in the market, of flavors to choose from and a range of strains from Sativa to Indica to Hybrids. The list of flavors being offered to date are the following:
The vape cartridge is the common cartridge you often find black market cartridges, in other brands, and they have a variety of either a silver or gold metal tip, depending on the flavor you try. We decided to first try the Purple Punch and to our satisfaction the flavor was delicious, it had a taste of a grape soda/juice. It produced a mental and body high that felt extremely relaxing; however, we aren’t sure where those effects are stemming from because we haven’t received information on the elements or chemicals in the vape oil. Another flavor we tried was the Maui Wowie which gave us a hint of a lemon or lime flavor, something we didn’t expect as a Maui Wowie flavor should have a more tropical flavor.
Luckily, even though the flavor was surprising we did get a quality sense of relaxation from the high it produced. While the quality of high it produced was nice, the oil seems to appeal only to those who don’t mind the size of the cloud it produces, because both vape cartridges did not produce much cloud. While we had a good experience with this vape cartridge, we did note that other people have reported bad experiences, experiences that have been affected by the potency and flavor.
We can't recommend these unregulated black markt THC oil cartridges. They are too similar to other prefilled cartridges such as Mario Carts and Exotic Carts. These cartridge brands also do not have lab test results available nor any website with additional details about them. These are typical red flags to determine a good THC oil cartridge from a bad one.