The cozy dispensary of Cross Genetics was created in 2013 by Malcolm and Wendy, and they already have two locations in Denver. They currently only serve medical patients, but they may start serving recreational patients as soon as this summer. Cross Genetics emphasizes variety as well as compliance when its comes to cannabis, and since everything is grown on site, the smell of cannabis permeates the premises.
“The owners think it is important to promote local art and cannabis culture, which is why the outside of the store is adorned with beautiful murals of musical icons, commissioned by a local Colorado artist.”
Cross Genetics has one of the largest varieties of cannabis flowers and concentrates on the market. Carrying around 40 to 50 strains at a time, this dispensary boasts both quality and quantity. All of the cannabis is grown on site in this vertically integrated facility, and there are plans to add an extraction lab in the near future. They carry a smaller array of edibles, focusing on an eclectic catalogue of buds and strain-specific concentrates. All of the cannabis is freshly harvested and hand-trimmed on a weekly basis.
Debuted off Evans Boulevard in 2013, the dispensary has specifically catered to medical patients with its vast and enticing spectrum of cannabis strains and concentrates for the past three years. Its second medical dispensary opened off of Smith Road last October, and they hope to start serving recreationally by summer 2016, but there are strict quotas on how many recreational stores can open in a given year. Meanwhile, the brand is flourishing: plans include a clothing line, an extraction lab, and a kitchen, as well as cannabis tours and swap-meets to be hosted in the near future.