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Subscription Review: The CannaBake Box

Subscription Review: The CannaBake Box

Subscription Review: The CannaBake Box

Hey there PNW CannaReviews readers! You know we love our unboxing videos for the stoner subscriptions out there and we have another one for you! Today we have a new (sort of, don’t worry we’ll explain) box for you! Introducing the CannaBake Box! From what I can tell this is a rebrand of the Green Bake Box, but we’re always willing to give a second chance. Let’s take a look shall we!

The CannaBake Box:

CannaBake Box has three different levels to choose from  so you get to choose just how much you want to get each month. We received their Standard Box, the lowest of the three tiers coming in at $29 + Shipping each month.

The box comes with an assortment of small items like most do but they didn’t really curate the box well. It feels like a bunch of smalls just tossed in without much regard to a theme.

In the box you get:

  • Doob Tube brand joint tube
  • Cyclone brand clear cones
  • Flexible joint tray.
  • Sticker (like 6 or so but at least 4 were the same repetitive sticker)
  • Clipper Bic-style lighter
  • PotPocket wooden joint holder
  • CannaBake Box branded grinder card
  • WoodE Box dugout
  • Salmon colored spoon
  • Plastic pop-top stash jar
  • Poprocks candy

You get a random pop top container which was odd to me, we all have better stash jars at this point don’t we? Or TONS of those fucking jars from the local dispensary? This was a total waste and put me off right away.


You get your usual suspects in joint materials, but no crutches or papers. Just lighting and storage utensils. A few stickers, and a silicone, flexible joint tray and you’re done with the smalls in the box. It feels really light to some others we’ve reviewed, like the Toker Pack or the Dollar High Club.

We enjoyed the larger items in the box. The WoodE Box dugout has a super unique design with a grinder card attached and that was neat. The grinder card is a welcome addition to our wallet and the PotPocket wooden joint case will go EVERYWHERE with us on our #AStonerinPNWonderland adventures!

Sadly the spoon is ok but has some flaws. The twisted cane rope is a nice touch but there are spots where the color is missing entirely and you’re looking into a clear bowl. Seems like a mass production throwaway.

I want to talk about one more thing, the damn Poprocks. I’m not 12, they aren’t fun for me any more! I also don’t ingest crap like that anymore. As cannabis consumers we’ll get munchies, but it’s up to us to choose better options. To add insult to injury, this pack was so old that the candy was one solid sheet and not “rocks” at all. They barely popped when we opened the bag and sprinkled a bit of water on them too. I don’t know how old they were, but they snapped when I bent the pack. Sadly, it’s a not for resell pack so there aren’t any expiration dates on it…………I almost gave them a zero just for that, but let’s be fair shall we?

In the end, this doesn’t earn the PNW Badge of Approval. It’s not a bad box, it will come in close to a 7/10. but it just doesn’t quite stack up to the connoisseur level we have come to expect after a couple of years of an evolving industry.


CannaBake Box











  • Nice wooden joint holder
  • Not too expensive for basic tier


  • Repetitive smalls
  • Not well curated
  • Shipping extra
  • Spoon is flawed
  • Old candy
Family man and ganjapreneur, I am an Pacific NW resident who loves to test and review cannabis related products! I love to hike, swim, and explore Oregon and the Northwest. My family and I go on plenty of adventures!