Review: Robhots Edibles

Provided By: Robhots Edibles Indica/Sativa Ratio: Hybrid Robhots Edibles’ blueberry mango gummies tasted like a favorite fruit chew and had me feeling great. These edibles come in distinct, colorful r…

Review: Bong Brilliance

The ubiquitous resin that coats pipes has long been a scourge of smokers everywhere. The unbelievably sticky, smelly substance is nearly impossible to get off small pieces, let alone heavy-use bongs t…

Kind Love

Kind Love’s garden grows in an 80,000-square-foot space somehow hidden away in a row of nondescript warehouses. The cultivation staff can each produce 60 to 100 clones in a day—up to 2,000 total—thank…

Review: Cross Genetics

Cross Genetics Shelves The Place 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 patien…

Review: Kingpin Kush

As I cracked into the Kingpin Kush, vibrant orange-shocked purple leaves sprang from within the regal buds. Pungent citrus whiffs with minty hints point me back up the family tree to the parents, Girl…

Review: Colorado Chem Cola

Colorado Chem Cola The Sour Power Flower by Herbal Healing Chem 91 is a sativa-dominant Chemdawg variant and NYC Diesel is a strong sativa hybrid. Colorado Chem Cola is a combination of the two. The e…

Review: Shum-Met Chocolate Bars

It is apparent why Shum-met Chocolates won best CBD edible last year in the 2015 Denver Cannabis Cup. The buttery rich flavor of the supple Red Velvet White Chocolate bar brought a deliciously relaxin…

Review: Ajoya

Glass Selection The People Ajoya is a dispensary run by a dedicated team that shares a profound respect for cannabis as both a medication and a cultural symbol. Director of dispensary operations Nicol…

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