To produce our signature live resins, we first harvest plants at peak ripeness. The harvested material is then frozen immediately and extracted at sub-zero temperatures. This cold process allows us to retain more terpenes, which leads to a more flavorful dabbing experience. Budder tends to retain a smooth consistency like butter or cake frosting, while badder can sometimes have a looser consistency closer to sauce. Others look more like crumble with a bumpier texture. Budder and batter concentrates can be made using trim, cured nugs, or a freshly harvested plant (live resin). Dabbing is the most common way to consume these concentrates. Using a dabber or dab tool with a flat tip — as opposed to dabber with a scoop-style tip — allows consumers to pick up the budder and keep it tacked on the tool. When the flat-tip dab tool makes contact with a heated nail, the budder vaporizes almost instantly. From there, you can place a cap over the nail to inhale the concentrate vapor. Budder are most often used with handheld dabbers and vape pens. You can also sprinkle small amounts on a bowl or in a blunt to add more potency to your smoking experience.