Police seized 6.48 kilogrammes of "flavoured" marijuana hidden in speaker boxes at a warehouse in Point Lisas on Tuesday.
In a release, they said the drugs are worth approximately $1.6 million.
Police said officers of a specialist unit within the Ministry of National Security and the Customs and Excise Division went to the warehouse, where they seized a package containing two speaker boxes.
"Through diligent police work, officers identified a package being imported into Trinidad from Canada and co-ordinated an operation with officials of the Customs and Excise Division.
"Checks of the boxes resulted in a quantity of marijuana with the markings of different flavours," the release stated.
The packages were labelled with different flavours, including cookies and cream, blackberry pie and LA confidential.