7 Points Oregon’s Best-Selling Cultivar Is the Product of a “Random Accident”

They call it Voyager 1.

(Ian Stout)

Location: Portland

Signature Strain: Voyager 1, a pleasant and pleasing citrusy bouquet reminiscent of limoncello or kumquats that produces a focused, cerebral high.

The 7 Points setup, inside an average-looking warehouse in Southeast Portland, is fairly unremarkable—except for the fact a "unicorn" was born there. They call it Voyager 1. "It came to us from a single bag seed via one of our growers," says sales and production manager Danny Pineda. "The odds that a single plant from some random accident went on to become our best-selling cultivar is like literally winning the lottery." But it's more than luck that makes the green grass grow. The name of the company may be 7 Points, but when it comes to producing great cannabis, the team prides itself on three points of emphasis: providing the best possible growing environment, using quality organic inputs, and good, old-fashioned, tried-and-true love. Since placing first in the THC Indoor category at Cultivation Classic 2018, Voyager 1 has emerged as the queen of 7 Points' Clean Green Certified kingdom of chemovars and it's a case study in helping each plant reach its full potential to ensure "the cleanest most flavorful cannabis possible." TIARA DARNELL.

Where to Find It: Electric Lettuce, Farma, Oregon's Finest, Serra.

(Ian Stout)

Willamette Week’s reporting has concrete impacts that change laws, force action from civic leaders, and drive compromised politicians from public office. Support WW's journalism today.