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Big Pete’s Treats Take N Bake Snickerdoodles Review

Big Pete’s Treats puts the power of edible making in your own hands, ensuring you always have access to fresh from the oven edibles. With their take n’ bake cookies, now everyone can be an edible maker. Perfect for parties, pick up a tub of Big Pete’s Treats Take n’ Bake for your next get together.

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Each tub contains twelve cookies in little frozen 20 mg balls that will soon become your pot cookies. You don’t have to make them all at once. Pulling out and baking only as many as you choose. For best results, the instructions suggest you thaw the dough before cooking. We didn’t because we were stoned and wanted cookies.

Arrange the dough balls evenly on your cookie sheet, leaving room between them. Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees and then go smoke a bowl. When you are done and the oven is good and hot, bake your cookies for 7 minutes – longer if they are frozen.

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Watch your cookies closely. We over cooked ours because we were stoned and forgot we were making cookies. They turned out light and crispy. And you know what to do when bad life choices give you crispy cookies.  You dunk them in milk.

We tested the Snickerdoodle cookies for our review, and they were deliciously sweet and cinnamon. There was no noticeable cannabis taste for such small cookies, despite packing 20 mg of THC, and at just 45 calories per cookie, they offer a low calorie choice in an edibles market full of fatty baked goods.

Like most baked edibles, the high came on slowly.  But when it did, it continued to build to a red eyed haze. With a reasonable 20 mg per cookie, it is easy to multiply your doses. We had leftovers, so I took some cookies to the local coffee shop the next day and found them just as good as when fresh baked.

I was able to concentrate and work s they first kicked in.  But I eventually took to distracted voyeurism, curiously eyeballing everyone who walked in.  This was soon replaced with bouts of daydreaming, each a mini-vacation away from lingering senses of responsibility.

For more information, visit the Big Pete’s Treats website.

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Posted by | September 30, 2016 | Edible Reviews, Marijuana News, Reviews

Hubby’s Dark Chocolate Edible Review

his is our first time reviewing the ever popular chocolate bars from Hubby’s Edibles. These edibles have been on the shelves of Southern California dispensaries since long before the Review was founded. They are a staple medication for many of the patients we talk to, so it is long past time for us to do a review.

For our first outing, I chose the dark chocolate bar, and only partly due to its eye catching gold wrapper. I love dark chocolate, and its bitterness interacts best with the cannabis taste. The chocolate was buttery and smooth but thick against the tongue.  I found it had a warm taste with some hint of cannabis oil, but only if held long in the mouth. It wasn’t the bitter dark chocolate I had hoped for. Instead, I found it rich and velvety.

The Hubby Bar proved to be a consistently potent edible. The whole bar contains 130 mg or just over 20 mg per piece, and the segmented bar makes dosing a snap. If the chocolate is held in the mouth, activation is speeded thanks to sublingual uptake. The high was stoney and hazed over, definitely not for when you need to be active or responsible but perfect for an afternoon in the hammock or a night on the couch watching movies. Pain and anxiety slip away and are replaced by easy, loose-limbed relaxation.

Hubby’s edibles are available at Hand in Hand Patient Care

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Posted by | September 30, 2016 | Edible Reviews, OCWeedReview.Com, Reviews

Same Taste, New Name: Incredibles Medibles Now Perrywinkles

My first encounter with Perry Anzilotti came about nearly two years ago at the Monkey House Cafe in Huntington Beach. We were meeting to discuss reviewing the Incredibles Medibles product line for our website.

Without knowing what he looked like, I got to the coffeehouse a minute before him and got in line. After ordering my blueberry muffin and latte, I stepped aside to wait. It was then that Perry ordered his own blueberry muffin. When the barista informed him I had gotten the last one, I sheepishly wandered away to grab a table under the faux tree that anchors the middle of the room. It was then that my phone rang. On the other end was, you guessed it, Perry. We made eye contact across the room, him with disappointing oat bran muffin in hand and ironic smile on his face when we realized who each other was.

That first meeting lasted a couple hours, not the norm for my business meetings. Most last no more than a few minutes, and some samples practically get tossed out car windows at me in parking lots. But with the rare few, brands and personalities line up and things just make sense synergistically, and I find myself chatting about the industry for hours. It was much this way with Perry. We chatted about branding, dispensaries, regulations, and, eventually, past lives.

Perry didn’t always craft infused edibles. He started his career as an actor. Besides stints onCoach, Cheers, and Seinfeld, Perry was the face of the popular NABISCO SnackWells commercials where he, as the SnackWells man, is chased by women craving his products, a commercial I distinctly remember nearly 20 years on.

Aside from keeping busy with work acting, Perry is now chasing a new role, creating his edibles line, a career started with an undertaking as common and innocuous in the stoner world as baking pot brownies. But for Perry, it sparked a passion to perfect his extraction techniques, establishing the consistency needed to develop and sell a full line of infused edibles. Starting out supplying a single dispensary, Perry’s product line can now be found in dispensaries across Southern California, developing a loyal following along the way.

We enjoyed the samples we received after that first meeting so immensely that we threw ourselves behind the company, running online giveaways for Perry’s cookbooks, complete with branded apron, giving away samples of their edibles to prop. 215 patients at OC NORML meetings, and featuring the full line of Incredibles Medibles products on the OC Weed Review website.

The cannabis industry has blossomed in the years I’ve known Perry, and the name Incredibles has been now been used by countless other companies. It became time for Perry and Incredibles Medibles to re-brand themselves to help them stand out on the dispensary shelves and better represent their company’s core identity. So Incredibles Medibles has become Perrywinkles, a nod to their founder, whose passion has been a driving force behind the company’s rapid growth.

The rebranding is meant to allow them to break from the pack of edibles with similar monikers and become a unique household brand. Beyond the new name, though, Perrywinkles now have improved new packaging, heat sealed and resealable to retain peak freshness. The new packaging will also help keep the company remain compliant as new regulations and possible recreational legalization loom in California’s future.

Underneath it all though, the edibles themselves are still the same great tasting treats you fell in love with. “The Perrywinkles product line comes with four different types of baked goods. Their top seller, a light and dark chocolate brownie called: Bi-Racial Brownie along with Blueberry Haze Cake, Banana Spliff Cake and Carrot Quake. Salty-savory items include their A Fish Called Juana Crackers, Scoobie Dewbie Pretzel Nuggets and Cinco De-High-o Crackers. However, it is the Really Coo Coo for Cocoa Puffs that still get my mouth watering after all this time.”

If your local dispensary doesn’t carry Perrywinkles edibles, talk to your budtender and ask they that add them to their shelves.

Read full reviews of Perry’s edibles at ocweedreview.com or visit the brand’s website atwww.perrywinklesedibles.com

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Flurish Watermelon Gummies Edible Review by OCWeedReview.Com

We have been eying the Flurish line of edibles for a review for some time now: seeing them pop up in all the shops and visiting their booths at all the shows. So when we finally got our hands on a couple of packs, we set right to work.

Flurish gummi edibles come in a range of summery fruit flavors, including pineapple, mango, and sour apple. For my review, I had the watermelon, which has remained my favorite after trying them all, though I’ve been pleased with every flavor.

The delicious soft gummies are sugary sweet and flavorful, yet just 27 calories per serving. As a certified gummi bear addict, I have to say these Flurish are really something. Buttery soft in texture and available in four flavors to keep from getting bored. The real challenge for me was not overdosing due to their irresistible texture and flavor.

It is a good thing I refrained. At 150 mg of THC for the whole box, there is potency to spare. Each piece is a more manageable 37.5 mg per piece. Thanks to testing through SC Labs, you can trust the consistency of Flurish edibles. Each box comes with 4 conveniently sized gummi pyramids. The are small enough to be discreet but large enough to break into smaller servings if necessary.

Our test box said it was a sativa/indica hybrid, and the perfectly rounded high attested to that. Most patients these days look for this balanced hybrid effect, capitalizing on the fullest range of medicinal effects

The high comes on slowly, as most edibles do, and the earliest measurable effects arrived almost an hour after eating. However, after a couple hours, the full force of the edible is felt, giving hours of relief. Comforting without knocking you out, and heady without the paranoia, these hybrid watermelon Flurish hit every need throughout my day for a perfect medicating experience.

Visit the Flurish website for more details.

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Big Pete’s Treats Take N Bake Snickerdoodles Review by OCWeedReview.Com

Posted by | August 24, 2016 | Edible Reviews, OCWeedReview.Com, Reviews

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Big Pete’s Treats Take N Bake Snickerdoodles Review by OCWeedReview.Com

Big Pete’s Treats puts the power of edible making in your own hands, ensuring you always have access to fresh from the oven edibles. With their take n’ bake cookies, now everyone can be an edible maker. Perfect for parties, pick up a tub of Big Pete’s Treats Take n’ Bake for your next get together.

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Each tub contains twelve cookies in little frozen 20 mg balls that will soon become your pot cookies. You don’t have to make them all at once. Pulling out and baking only as many as you choose. For best results, the instructions suggest you thaw the dough before cooking. We didn’t because we were stoned and wanted cookies.

Arrange the dough balls evenly on your cookie sheet, leaving room between them. Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees and then go smoke a bowl. When you are done and the oven is good and hot, bake your cookies for 7 minutes – longer if they are frozen.

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Watch your cookies closely. We over cooked ours because we were stoned and forgot we were making cookies. They turned out light and crispy. And you know what to do when bad life choices give you crispy cookies.  You dunk them in milk.

We tested the Snickerdoodle cookies for our review, and they were deliciously sweet and cinnamon. There was no noticeable cannabis taste for such small cookies, despite packing 20 mg of THC, and at just 45 calories per cookie, they offer a low calorie choice in an edibles market full of fatty baked goods.

Like most baked edibles, the high came on slowly.  But when it did, it continued to build to a red eyed haze. With a reasonable 20 mg per cookie, it is easy to multiply your doses. We had leftovers, so I took some cookies to the local coffee shop the next day and found them just as good as when fresh baked.

I was able to concentrate and work s they first kicked in.  But I eventually took to distracted voyeurism, curiously eyeballing everyone who walked in.  This was soon replaced with bouts of daydreaming, each a mini-vacation away from lingering senses of responsibility.

For more information, visit the Big Pete’s Treats website.

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Posted by | August 18, 2016 | Edible Reviews, OCWeedReview.Com, Reviews

Moxie Lemon Cookies Cake Batter Review – by OCWeedReview.Com

Although I am a large proponent for Moxie’s incredible line of golden shatters, my first experience with their wax has left me equally impressed time and again. Their Lemon Cookies cake batter has all the potency and purity I’ve come to expect from Moxie, but in a much easier to work with medium.  For those hot summer days, when shatters would start to budder, Moxie’s cake batter offers a much more stable solution.

Coming packaged by the half gram in glass jars, Moxie’s Lemon Cookies was a delicate pale yellow, almost white, which is a testament to Moxie’s clarity. As soon as you screw off the top, you are hit with its rich lemon scent, a scent that fills the room when dabbing.

Dabs of Moxie’s cake batter are easily prepared, with an overall texture not unlike that moldable kinetic sand. We moved ours to a silicone jar immediately to make working with it even easier. When dabbed, the taste loses the sweet lemon for a more earthy vapor.  But still with the nose tickling terps we expect from Moxie.

A good dab session with Moxie’s Lemon Cookies left me slow and heavy headed, but dynamic and creative in my thinking. Great for low-key nights in with select friends and intimate conversation, focused work on your favorite hobbies, or any quiet moment alone. Calming and introspective, Lemon Cookies was a wonderful addition to our evenings.

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Posted by | July 19, 2016 | Edible Reviews, OCWeedReview.Com, Reviews

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’ve always loved goldfish crackers. So when I found out that site favorite Incredibles Medibles made cannabis infused goldfish, I knew we had to get our hands on them to review, and once we did, we weren’t disappointed.

One of the more popular of the Incredibles Medibles line, their A Fish Called Juana medicated goldfish are more than just sprayed store boughts. Incredibles Medibles uses a proprietary blend of spices to give their goldfish a cheddar and garlic bite unlike any others on the market. With such a flavorful seasoning, A Fish Called Juana goes great with a sandwich for lunch.

Also a great munchable, we took our Incredibles Medibles fish to the beach and out on the trails, but they would be just as fitting for a day at the park or shared among friends at the ballgame. As with most edibles, the high builds slowly and peaks strong because the active compounds are altered by the liver. Don’t get antsy and eat too many, it’s not easy to dose out crackers like this with any specific accuracy. Take it slow and ease your way in, lest the full heft of the 160 mg per bag take its toll.  Enjoyed responsibly, A Fish Called Juana gives a mellow, happy feeling for hours at a time.

Visit Incredibles Medibles for more information on their line of edibles.

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Orange-U-Glad THC-Infused Chocolate Orange Review

Posted by | July 9, 2016 | Edible Reviews, OCWeedReview.Com, Reviews

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Orange-U-Glad THC-Infused Chocolate Orange Review

You know how the old joke goes. Knock, knock. Who’s there? Orange? Orange who? Orange you glad I didn’t say banana? Yes, because in this case we are talking about orange flavored, THC-infused dark chocolate slices from Orange-U-Glad.

These medicated chocolate oranges are modeled on the classic Terry’s Chocolate Orange, which were first manufactured in 1932 at the art deco style Chocolate Works in York, England. The original whack-n-peel chocolate orange, Terry’s Chocolate Oranges are a source of nostalgia for many and are often tied to memories of Christmas past.

Orange-U-Glad has reproduced the time-honored whack-n-peel orange exactly, with the happy addition of a 50/50 blend of premium, lab tested indica and sativa extracts sourced from California. Made with all natural ingredients, including natural orange oil for flavor, these artisanal dark chocolate slices are a delectable way to medicate.

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And with 200 mg of THC per orange, there is plenty of potency for multiple sessions. After you take the chocolate orange out of the box, but before you unwrap it, give it a good whack on a sturdy surface. Now, when you remove the foil you should be left with 20 perfect slices at 10 mg of THC per slice.

As with the original chocolate orange, Orange-U-Glad products are meant to be shared. Nothing grabs the attention of guests like the thwack made from hitting the orange on the table, and everyone loves watching the slices fall loose when the foil is peeled open. Combining low potency per slice and 20 servings per chocolate orange, Orange-U-Glad is an accessible alternative to alcohol at any gathering.

Visit the Orange-U-Glad website to find their products near you and pick up a couple to bring to your next party.

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Posted by | July 9, 2016 | Edible Reviews, OCWeedReview.Com, Reviews

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Subtle Tea Infused Tea Review by OCWeedReview.Com

Tea has long been recognized as a near sacred ritual by civilizations around the world. As has cannabis use. Put them together, and you have a moment of precious enlightenment in this work-a-day world. From the pause it takes in your day to heat the kettle to the few minutes you wait for the tea to steep, Subtle Tea will force you to slow down and take a moment for yourself.

Green Tea: The first tea we tried was Subtle Tea’s green tea. More than with the other flavors, be sure not to over steep green tea, 1-3 minutes will do it. Made with sencha green tea, it is packed with antioxidants and can prevent issues with the brain and heart, as well as prevent cancer.

Black Tea: I cannot turn down a rich ceylon black tea. Adding cannabis only sweetens the deal.  I like my black tea with cream and sugar for an invigorating beginning to my day, and it has long been my replacement for an early morning coffee.

Chai Tea: Bold and lively but naturally caffeine free, chai tea is the spicy alternative to ceylon tea. Good for after dinner while relaxing on the porch. Because it is caffeine free, you don’t need to worry about being kept up all night.

Sleep Well Tea: I’ve gotten used to drinking tea before bed as a nightly ritual, so this caffeine-free pm formula is the perfect night cap to my day. The gentle high and warm tea will help you drift softly off to sleep. The herbal tea is a mix of spearmint, west indian lemongrass, hawthorn and orange blossoms infused with chamomile, tilia estrella, and valerian to promote a full night’s sleep.

Each tea bag in the Subtle Tea line contains 40 mg of THC.  A good moderate dose for most experienced patients, but beginners need to be cautious.  These teas are difficult to dose out fractionally, though it is possible after the tea has been steeped.

A great alternative to fatty edibles, Subtle Teas have zero calories unless milk and sugar are added. I do suggest adding milk to help absorption of the active cannabinoids into your system since cannabinoids are fat soluble. The high starts much faster than when using traditional edibles, making drinking cannabis a popular trend among those who prefer not to smoke but don’t care for the wait of edibles.

Take a moment for yourself today and steep yourself a cup of Subtle Tea.

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Betty Khronic Raw Vegan Energy Bar Review

Posted by | June 18, 2016 | Edible Reviews, OCWeedReview.Com, Reviews

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Betty Khronic Raw Vegan Energy Bar Review

Ok. Yes. These energy bars look like something you might leave out for the local finches or swallows, but they are the single healthiest edible I’ve reviewed to date and a welcome reprieve from all the brownies and chocolate bars I’ve endured… well, endured isn’t the right word, but you get my point. Typical edibles give my sweet tooth a cavity and my waistline another notch in the belt, so I was pleased to discover that these edibles from Betty Khronic were as delicious as they were good for me.

Unless you are prepared to craft your edibles yourself, the health conscious medical marijuana patient has few options in the dispensaries. However, Betty Khronic’s energy bars are gluten and GMO free. For those adhering to specific diets, they are also raw, vegan, and paleo. Regardless of whether you have specific dietary needs or just want to watch what you put in your body, these wholesome edibles from Betty Khronic are for you.

Betty Khronic Raw Vegan Energy Bar Review

Each energy bar is packed with almonds, chia seeds, organic dates, and pepitas for lots of all-natural pep. This wholesomeness is sweetened with cacao and, of course, blended with sativa infused coconut oil for a focused, cerebral high.

Each box of Betty Khronic energy bars come with a pair of edibles individually wrapped. Each energy bar includes 40 mg of THC, for a total of 80 mg per package. I took the first energy bar on a hike, because that seemed like the most fitting context for an edible such as this. Eaten in the first moments of the hike, the high peaked as I neared the summit, perfect to help inspire the experience and motivate the hike back down. The second bar was used on a family outing where discreet medicating on the go was a must. Somewhere between the museum and shopping, the sativa’s uplifting effects kept my mood elevated, while the energy bar’s ingredients gave me the fuel I needed for a long day out.

In a sea of sugary edibles, health conscious patients will find a nutritious alternative in these Betty Khronic energy bars. Visit Betty Khronic online to learn more.

 

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Posted by | June 2, 2016 | Edible Reviews, Reviews

Ok. Yes. These energy bars look like something you might leave out for the local finches or swallows, but they are the single healthiest edible I’ve reviewed to date and a welcome reprieve from all the brownies and chocolate bars I’ve endured… well, endured isn’t the right word, but you get my point. Typical edibles give my sweet tooth a cavity and my waistline another notch in the belt, so I was pleased to discover that these edibles from Betty Khronic were as delicious as they were good for me.

Unless you are prepared to craft your edibles yourself, the health conscious medical marijuana patient has few options in the dispensaries. However, Betty Khronic’s energy bars are gluten and GMO free. For those adhering to specific diets, they are also raw, vegan, and paleo. Regardless of whether you have specific dietary needs or just want to watch what you put in your body, these wholesome edibles from Betty Khronic are for you.

Betty Khronic Raw Vegan Energy Bar Review

Each energy bar is packed with almonds, chia seeds, organic dates, and pepitas for lots of all-natural pep. This wholesomeness is sweetened with cacao and, of course, blended with sativa infused coconut oil for a focused, cerebral high.

Each box of Betty Khronic energy bars come with a pair of edibles individually wrapped. Each energy bar includes 40 mg of THC, for a total of 80 mg per package. I took the first energy bar on a hike, because that seemed like the most fitting context for an edible such as this. Eaten in the first moments of the hike, the high peaked as I neared the summit, perfect to help inspire the experience and motivate the hike back down. The second bar was used on a family outing where discreet medicating on the go was a must. Somewhere between the museum and shopping, the sativa’s uplifting effects kept my mood elevated, while the energy bar’s ingredients gave me the fuel I needed for a long day out.

In a sea of sugary edibles, health conscious patients will find a nutritious alternative in these Betty Khronic energy bars. Visit Betty Khronic online to learn more.

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Kaneh Co Chocolate Chip Cookie Review by OCWeedReview.Com

Posted by | June 2, 2016 | Edible Reviews, OCWeedReview.Com, Reviews

A new line of cannabis baked goods has been finding its way into the coolers and fridges of Orange County dispensaries, and it’s high time we reviewed them for our readers.  Kaneh Co. produces a range of edible potencies in a list of over 20 flavors, meaning that there is likely a favorite Kaneh Co flavor out there for you, but for this review, we were lucky enough to try their chocolate chip cookie.

Kaneh Co. bakes a large, flat cookie, just like it was fresh from your grandma’s cookie jar.  There are no fancy bells and whistles, just a basic but enticing chocolate chip cookie.  Much of this is due to Kaneh Co.’s use of natural, made-at-home ingredients, like eggs, butter, brown sugar, and vanilla.  Light and airy, patients needing the full potency will find it easy to complete in a single sitting.

For our review, we tested the 100 mg cookie.  However, stronger potencies are also available in Kaneh Co. edibles, ranging all the way up to 1000 mg.  Although clearly aimed at the high dose user, the relatively large size of the Kaneh Co. edibles means that the 100 mg versions can effortlessly be split into smaller doses for those new to edibles and unsure of their baseline potency.

I had my sample cookie early in the evening after a long day of work.  Physically and mentally fatigued, the Kaneh Co. chocolate chip cookie hit me with a strong, stoney high.  Physically relaxing and mentally distracting, it provided all the effects I needed after a high stress afternoon.  Paired with a favorite TV show, video game, or hobby, this is the way to unwind and end your busier days.  Just don’t forget a glass of ice cold milk in which dunk your cookie.

For more information, visit Kaneh Co. online.

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Posted by | May 21, 2016 | Cannabis Review, Edible Reviews, OCWeedReview.Com

o Whom It May from The Art of Edibles is the epitome of high class edibles. We were first introduced to the brand through their advertising, which was unlike anything the cannabis world has had to offer thus far. Left salivating, we couldn’t wait to get our palates on these delectable treats.

The Art of Edibles brand exists on two principles. Edibles should be accessible, and edibles should be tasty.

To accomplish the first, To Whom It May edibles are available in four potencies:  2 ½ mg, 5 mg, 15 mg,  and 45 mg. With such a range of potencies, these edibles fit almost everyone’s tolerance levels.

Beginners, especially, will like the fact that they can precisely dose with the single digit potencies. With 5-10 mg being the threshold for psychoactivity in most patients, you can delicately balance your effects. Although geared heavily on the low end, even moderate dose patients can get in on the game with the 45 mg chocolates.

The second principle is achieved with four amazing flavors, each as delicious as the last.

Vivienne is a gorgeously tart and bitter bon bon style chocolate due to the combination of unsweetened cherries and red wine. This is balanced by dark chocolate and sweetened just slightly by honey. Then, after the complexity of it all settles, there is a fiery finish from the cayenne pepper.

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I followed the unexpected spiciness of Vivienne with Zak, a nutty and chocolate concoction. A truffle style treat, Zak has a sweet, nutty flavor, creating a complex combination that is integrated so well, it tastes simple. Only after letting the flavors settle does the house-made, maple-smoked almond butter, raw honey, and roasted almonds truly start to manifest against the chocolate.

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Myra brings back the filled bon bon style. Dark chocolate is filled with rich brandy, raw honey, and roasted hazelnuts. The brandy makes for a rich, fruity kick among the sweet honey and cocoa.  Crunchy from the nuts, the brandy dominates the aftertaste as well.

Finally, we finished with Ralph, a rolled truffle featuring house-made hazelnut butter, dark chocolate, cocoa powder, raw honey, and hazelnuts. Rather than being the dense chocolate I expected, Ralph was surprisingly light and crispy with a strong roasted flavor. A delicate balance of creamy butter, chocolate, and smokey nut.

Looking back over my notes, I see a certain zen poetry to each edible. They are simple, but complicated. Obvious, but nuanced. Each bite reveals something hidden, and as far as I could tell, there was no change in taste with potency, which is a pretty impressive feat for any edible company.

Fine chocolates indeed, these artisan treats will impress anyone you present them to. They come packaged in a sharply designed box of 4, 8, or 24, making them fantastic to share among friends or gift to someone special. Personally, I chose to horde all the goodness for myself, and you won’t be judged if you do the same.

Visit The Art of Edibles or To Whom It May website for more information or to place your order today.

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Posted by | April 4, 2016 | Edible Reviews, Reviews

Altai Cherry Vanilla Soothers Review by OCWeedReview.com

Sometimes, when the day is done and the responsibilities fulfilled, I like to indulge with a high dose baked edible: the cookies, brownies, and cake pops of the cannabis world that are sometimes brimming with up to 1000 mg of THC.  But for the rest of the day, I need a reasonable, discreet edible like Altai Soothers that allow me to function and perform while still enjoying a level of medicating.

What first drew our attention to the Altai brand were the beautiful details that go into packaging their edibles.  The Soothers, like most of their product line, come in a metal tin to keep them safe during travels and storage.  Medication does you no good when it needs to be left at home.  Take your relief with you and be prepared for when you need it with these highly portable containers.

More than just gorgeous design, though, Altai provides reliable edibles that you will go back to time and again.  Over the months since we first gave them a try, Altai has only grown in our high regards, continuing this trend with their Soothers — small, round hard candies that fit comfortably in the mouth.  Made with natural vanilla bean and cherry flavors, they have a smooth, delicious taste that lingers with just a hint of bitter cannabis.

Altai Cherry Vanilla Soothers Review

Understanding that different patients have different medicating needs, Altai Soothers come in both indica and sativa, covering the spectrum of this plant’s capabilities, and varying doses to best address patients of contrasting tolerances.

Thanks to the fast acting sublingual absorption provided from hard candies, you begin to feel the effects by the time you finish the mint, though the full dose may take up to an hour to manifest.  The tin we tested contained 12 candies.  At 10 mg each, they fall firmly in the low dose category of edibles, perfect for new patients or those who prefer milder effects.  More moderate patients will find it to be a complement to their normal medicating routine.  I relied on them most because of their sheer convenience.  As a medium tolerance patient, I preferred the Altai Soothers because they were useful for on the go dosing, especially when I had important things to do.  Knowing I wouldn’t get too high or smell like marijuana smoke all day, I could medicate with impunity and no one was the wiser.

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Posted by | March 9, 2016 | Cannabis Review, Edible Reviews, OCWeedReview.Com

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Zuma Chocolates Edible Review by OCWeedReview.Com

More and more skilled chefs, bakers, and chocolatiers are getting into the edible business, infusing a stunning range of delicious foods with cannabis, as is the case here with Zuma Chocolates’ lovingly crafted truffles from chef Sam Christopher.  An award winning expert in chocolates and desserts, Sam brings 20 years of experience to creating the recipes for Zuma Chocolates in his quest to make a higher plane of edible.

Zuma Chocolates Edible Review

The boxed set of infused chocolates we received to review contained an assortment of three different flavors among five total pieces.  Each edible had its own personality and taste profile, leaving patients with plenty of tempting variety in their medicating choices.

Coconut White Chocolate with Brownie Chunks: This first truffle of the set contains a creamy white chocolate filling, enhanced with shredded coconut.  The brownie chunk is totally unexpected when you bite into one and shows Zuma’s playfulness in flavors and textures when crafting these edibles.

Peanut Butter and Pecan Pie: A golden dusting across the outer milk chocolate invites you to indulge in this rich and buttery treat.  Velvety in the mouth and nutty against the tongue, it pairs very well with either a glass of milk or a cup of coffee, both of which play off the fluffy peanut butter flavor.

Orange Passion Fruit Chocolate Martini Bon Bon: A refreshingly citrus flavor exists under this galaxy patinaed bon bon.  When you first bite into the edible, the outer dark chocolate and inner fruit filling intermingle in a burst of flavor, while the more subtle flavors like the orange vodka continue to fuse well into the aftertaste, making this our favorite flavor in the box.

Zuma Chocolates Edible Review

Each artisanal truffle contains 20 mg of THC, a bit strong for some beginners, but a good start for more seasoned patients.  These chocolates are as decadent a way to medicate as I’ve experienced.  The melt in the mouth texture encourages a faster uptake and leaves the flavors to mingle along your tastebuds.  I was torn with every bite between the desire to savor each truffle and the desire to devour them all.  In the end, I split the box among 3 uneven servings, for a mild, relaxing high each time.

Whether purchased as a gift, for yourself, or to share with a loved one, these artisan cannabis infused chocolates are a beautiful way to treat someone important to you to a day of wellbeing, even if that person is just yourself.

Visit the Zuma Chocolates website for more information.

ible Review by OCWeedReview.Com