How you — yes, you — can be a judge for the Colorado Cannabis Cup

How you — yes, you — can be a judge for the Colorado Cannabis Cup
Denver Post

Have you ever dreamed of judging a cannabis competition? Good news: You’re high-ered! The High Times Cannabis Cup has returned to Colorado and is currently seeking judges to try locally-made products, including flower, topicals, edibles and concentrates and help determine the best of their kind available in the Centennial State. (See the full list of categories below.) Entries into The Cannabis Cup, started in Amsterdam in 1988, were traditionally judged by panels of experts, but in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, “High Times” reshaped the event into a virtual format and opened judging to the general public. It’s now billed as a “People’s Choice” competition and anyone 21 years or older is eligible to judge. In addition to Colorado, competitions are also taking place in Michigan, Illinois, California, and Alaska. Judging is not limited to longtime consumers and no prior competition experience is necessary. All you need to do is stop by one of High Times partner dispensaries and purchase a judging kit in one of 12 categories. Or heck, purchase and judge in multiple categories if you’re so inclined. Related Articles Cannabis | Man who pleaded guilty to Aurora murder sentenced to 32 years in prison Cannabis | Marijuana labeling system “not an effective or safe way” to detail what’s inside the products, CU study finds Cannabis | PHOTOS: Inside Colorado’s first cannabis “bar,” JAD’s Mile High Smoke in Denver Kits, which went on sale June 5, range $80 to $220 depending on the category and include a wide variety of samples. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so call ahead to ensure the dispensary you plan to visit still has some in stock. Guidance on how to score your products is included in each kit, and don’t feel the need to sample everything at once.…

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