We tried it: Cheeba Chews' new caramel & chocolate taffy


I could be way off here, but I’ve noticed an interesting phenomenon of fatigue proliferating across a variety of industries. In Hollywood, for example, even the biggest superhero movies are underperforming at the box office — first and foremost because of the pandemic, but also because your average audience member has a wicked case of superhero fatigue. In the cannabis industry, it seems among consumers and industry insiders alike, there’s a nagging sense of edible fatigue out there.  People are tired of the same old super-sweet snacks and subpar gummies, and they’re ready for a higher quality edible cannabis experience. But here’s the thing: as the edible market gets more and more diverse in its arsenal of product categories, I think there’s going to be a renewed interest in edible “treats” that people can incorporate into their consumption habits with greater deliberation and specificity.  If any of this resonates with you, and you’re still looking for a convenient, tasty, and appropriately sweet edible that offers a well-rounded high, Cheeba Chews’ new line of caramel and chocolate taffy might be for you. For this review, I’ll be trying Cheeba’s Trifecta and Sleepy Time taffy chews.  First impressions Going on a decade now, Cheeba Chews have been a well-respected staple of the cannabis edibles market. Born in Boulder, Colorado, from founder James Howler in 2009, Cheeba Chews came about out of a desire to make edible lab testing more accountable and provide an imminently accessible edible that delivers on quality and consistency.  The new additions to the Cheeba Chews line — the Trifecta caramel taffy with a 1:1:1 CBG:CBD:THC ratio and the Sleepy Time chocolate taffy with a 2:1 THC:CBN ratio — come in sleek yet inviting packs of 20 bite-sized chews. The gold-tinted aesthetic of these packages brings to mind the…

Excerpt only …
Source : We tried it: Cheeba Chews' new caramel & chocolate taffy

reposted by Cannabis News World

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.